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ONLINE: Dealing with Allegations of Abuse against Head Teachers and Senior Staff for Independent School Governors (England, UK version)

Course overview

Dealing with allegations of abuse against head teachers and senior staff - For independent school governors (England, UK version) To understand the process of how to deal with a situation should it arise and to know the role of the governor and other agencies. Be aware of how to best support those involved and to know what best practice looks like. Certificate awarded.

(England, UK only)
Course length: Approx 2 hrs

Course aims

  • To gain knowledge of the legal and regulatory context to allegations and their management.
  • To understand the role of a governor in situations where allegations have been made.
  • To be aware of the processes that must be followed and the roles of external agencies where allegations are made.
  • To understand how best to support those involved.
  • To be aware of what best practice looks like where allegations are made.

ONLINE: Dealing with Allegations of Abuse against Head Teachers and Senior Staff for Independent School Governors (England, UK version)

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Note: This online course is currenltly awaiting CPD-Certificaton

Who is this course for?

Independent Schools Governors in England, UK

Course outline

  • Terms of use
  • Welcome
  • What to expect
  • Course Aims
  • Background and scope
  • Responsibilities and key principles
  • Allegation or complaint?
  • What might constitute and allegation?
  • The employer
  • Who is the employer?
  • Giving support: employers' responsibilities to parents / carers
  • Giving support: employers' responsibilities to employees
  • First things to consider
  • Initial considerations and explanations
  • Secondary considerations
  • Practicalities
  • Reasonable force
  • Confidentiality and information sharing
  • Suspension
  • Managing exits from the school
  • Records and references
  • After a criminal investigation or prosecution
  • What happens next?
  • Unfounded or malicious allegations
  • Governance and management processes
  • Closing thoughts
  • Sources of additional information
  • Course test
  • Help
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"The course is easy to navigate and very informative. I've learnt loads and feel more confident with child protection responsibilities and what to do - I would recommend this online course to you." Course: Child Protection Awareness (Online level 1) (England UK version) Mrs A. Poore

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