Everybody is responsible for safeguarding children and young people. This is regardless of your occupation, how frequently you work with children and young people, or how often you interact with their families. We all have a responsibility to keep children and young people safe.
Overview: The training provides you with the knowledge and skills you need to safeguard children and young people. It describes the common types of abuse, how to recognise them, and how to respond to your concerns. The training uses real-life case studies to help you understand your responsibilities. It explores the Children’s Act 1989 and 2004 and is guided by the statutory guidance on working together to safeguard children (2015) document. It teaches you to identify, assess and meet the needs of children and young people regarding your responsibility to co-operate with the local authority and other agencies where there are safeguarding concerns. It equips you with the process for reporting safeguarding concerns to the MASH including reviewing and completing the relevant safeguarding forms.
At the end of the training participants will be able to:
This training is suitable professional of all levels, including managers, supervisors, full-time staff, part-time staff, and volunteers. Examples of people who may wish to take this training include: Teachers, nursery workers, teaching assistants, carers, and childminders, Doctors, nurses, paramedics, and health workers, Social workers, council staff, and immigration workers, Youth workers, activity leaders, and volunteers, Sports coaches and teachers, Church leaders, religious leaders, and volunteers.
This webinar will be accessed through MS Teams, prior to the sessions please check you have access to MS Teams and that you have picture and sound on your device. No refunds will be issued, but tickets can be transferred to events of equivalent value.