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Safeguarding and Child Protection for Designated Safeguarding Leads Course (Level 3) 1 Day CPD-Certified
One-Day Course (10:00am to 3:30pm)
£450 (inc VAT)
Discounted from £475
Booking Line 01992 787242
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Accreditation: CPD Certification - The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
This one-day accredited Safeguarding and Child Protection for Designated Safeguarding Leads Course (Level 3) is CPD-Certified.
The training is for those who are already Designated Safeguarding Leads (also known as Child
Protection Officers) and those working towards the role. This is also a popular course with senior school staff, GPs and those who are responsible - as the lead or deputy - for safeguarding within their organisation.
Book this course if you have completed levels 1 and 2 and are ready to move to the next level. Lunch is provided and CPD-Certified certificate issued. The course is packed with information about the role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead, Multi Agency working, current government guidance, protocols and strategies. See full course outline below.
Dates and Venue (1-Day)
24th May 2018
14th Jun 2018
28th Jun 2018
5th Jul 2018
20th Sept 2018
18th Oct 2018
15th Nov 2018
6th Dec 2018
All training dates are held at our hotel venue in Woodford Green, London. Buffet lunch is provided with refreshments upon arrival and during the day.
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Who is this course for?
level 3 CPD Certified one-day course is for Designated Safeguarding Leads (Child
Protection Officers (CPOs) or those who are working towards becoming a
Designated Person / Child Protection Officer and have completed levels 1&2.
This course is particularly useful for School designated senior staff, headteachers, school governors, leaders of youth organisations, managers, bursars, senior
staff, GPs and the NHS - 'those responsible for safeguarding
children within their organisation'. It is also useful for those who are involved in recruiting staff and volunteers
Email email@example.com or call 01992 787242.
Arrival and refreshments
Welcome and introductions
Reviewing current knowledge
What is safeguarding and child protection?
Types of abuse and protection
Role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead
Bichard and the DBS
Safeguarding adults in our environment
Fundamentals of safeguarding children
Problems at home – when to get involved
Local Safeguarding Children Boards
Protocols and strategies
Intervention versus non-intervention
Where do we go from here?
Continuing professional development
Useful books, links and contacts
Aims and Objectives
- To promote safe practice and challenge poor and unsafe practice
- To identify instances in which there are grounds for concern about a child’s welfare, and initiate or take appropriate action to keep them safe
- To prevent unsuitable people working with children and young people
- To contribute to effective partnership working between all those involved with providing services for children and young people
(From: ‘Safeguarding children and safer recruitment in education’ © Crown Copyright 2010)
Employers are responsible for ensuring that their staff are competent to carry out their responsibilities for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and creating an environment where staff feel able to raise concerns and feel supported in their safeguarding role.
(Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015 © Crown Copyright)
NB: ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children’ 2015 does not provide as much direct guidance as the 2010 version. The guidance taken from the 2010 version remains generally accepted as providing standards of good/best practice and so is referred to within this document.