LEVEL 2 - Safeguarding and Child Protection Advanced Course (1 Day)
One-Day Course (10am to 3:30pm)
£295 (inc VAT)
This level 2 CPD-Certified one-day course is...
an advanced level for those who have completed the level 1 and need to
go deeper with their child protection knowledge including people who
'work with children' such as teachers... Lunch provided and CPD-Certified certificate issued.
Dates and Venues (1-Day)
12th Oct 2016
LONDON - Woodford Green
If you have a group (e.g. schools) we can come to you to train. Please call 01992 787242 for a quote.
Or take this course online:
(ONLINE LEVEL 2) Safeguarding and Child Protection training
For more information about Schools INSET, view here:
(School INSET) Safeguarding and Child Protection training
CPD Certification: The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
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Who is this course for?
This level 2 CPD Certified one-day course is for those who have completed a level 1 course and require an advanced knowledge of Child Protection. This includes people who 'work with children' such as teachers. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01992 787242
Arrival and refreshments
Welcome & introductions
‘Every Child Matters’ – current status
Referrals (Section 47)
The law – scope and responsibilities
Policies and Procedures
Designated Person / CPO explained
Allegations against professionals
Where you go from here
Aims and Objectives
To enable you to:
1. Know what to do if you believe that a child is at risk
2. Understand your role in relation to child protection
3. Devise child protection strategies
4. Understand the framework for safeguarding children
5. Develop the knowledge and skills necessary to work together on the processes for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
6. Have an opportunity explore potential conflicts and professional dilemmas
By the end of the session, participants should be able to:
Describe inter-agency roles and responsibilities for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children
Understand and contribute to the processes detailed in ‘What To Do If You’re Worried A Child Is Being Abused’
Understand the importance of collaboration between agencies to achieve intended outcomes for the child and family members
Understand the safeguarding procedures, including sharing information across professional boundaries, within and between agencies, and how to record within the process
Understand the way in which professionals, children and families can work effectively together throughout the process, including contributing to meetings
Have an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of everyone who is involved
Outline the timescales which govern the completion of assessments, making plans and timing of reviews
Understanding the rationale for the new ‘Child Protection Plans’
Be aware of their position if they disagree with the response given by agencies following a referral or at any stage throughout the decision and planning process
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