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LEVEL 3 (Optional Day 2) Child Protection Practical Scenarios Masterclass For Designated Persons Course (Safeguarding Children) 1 Day

Half-Day Course
10:00am to 3:30pm

This level 3 (Day2) CPD-Certified one-day course is...

for those who have already completed our level 3 Designated Persons course and are looking for even more insight and practical scenarios. As you will see from the course outline, this course is a fantastic compliment to our level 3 course. If you are a Designated Person looking for the next step and want to spend more time with one of our senior trainers, don't miss this opportunity! Lunch provided and CPD-Certified certificate issued.

Dates and Venues (1-Day)

On Site Training only - Call 01992 787242 for details

CPD Certification: The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.

Booking Line 01992 613780
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Who is this course for?

This CPD-Certified Level 3 Day 2 Practical Scenarios Masterclass is for those who have already completed our level 3 Designated Persons course and are looking for even more insight and practical scenarios.

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 safely.
Email andyd@graffhamconsulting.com or call 01992 613780.

Course Outline

Arrival and refreshments

Session One
Welcome and Introduction

1. Overview of Child Protection and Safeguarding

  • What is abuse?
  • What is abusive behaviour?
  • The behaviour bullseye
  • What are we looking out for?

2. Our responsibilities in the school / organisation

  • Understanding the policy
  • Observing/listening
  • Recording and reporting
  • Maintaining the three Rs: registers, records, reassurance

3. Our behaviours

  • Towards colleagues
  • Towards children
  • Towards parents
  • Expectations

4. Dealing with practicalities – What do I do?

  • A child has disclosed information to me
  • I’m concerned about something I’ve overheard
  • I’ve seen something that’s really worried me
  • Someone has expressed concerns about a child

5. What support is there for us?

  • Our colleagues
  • The school’s / organisation’s management team
  • External support
  • Ourselves

Session Two

1. Neglect – scenarios
2. Physical abuse – scenarios
3. Emotional maltreatment – scenarios
4. Parents and families as cause for concern – scenarios

Tea break

6. Handling a disclosure interview

  • What to say
  • What not to say
  • Non-verbal communication
  • What to do if I am not comfortable

7. Dealing with conflict, disagreements or differing opinions with colleagues

Session Three

1. Our rights and responsibilities when dealing with parents and families
2. Challenging behaviour in parents and families
3. Sensitive conversations with parents and families
4. Working through case studies
5. Wrap up

What have we learned?
Where do we go from here?

Aims and Objectives

To enable you to:

  • Be aware about possible child abuse in different forms
  • Have confidence in recognising and responding appropriately to concerns about a child
  • To feel confident in dealing with safeguarding issues and with challenging behaviour in parents/carers

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