This course will equip all those who come into contact with children with the knowledge and understanding they need to respond to neglect, abuse and extra-familiar harm to help prevent future serious child safeguarding incidents.
This free course looks to raise awareness about critical learning from Serious Case Reviews(SCR) and potentially help save lives by equipping those who come into contact with children, with the knowledge and understanding they need. Learners will be able to identify and refer concerns, assess and intervene and work effectively within the multidisciplinary safeguarding system.
The course takes a child centred approach by drawing on the real lived experiences of children who have experienced neglect, abuse and extra-familiar harm, and is informed by the SCR findings published in the past two years. The course also explains the statutory process for managing serious child safeguarding incidents under Working Together 2018.
This course will take up to 1 hour to complete and comes with a downloadable certificate.
Safeguarding for Children Level 2 introduces key areas of safeguarding and is suitable for a range of roles including; administrators, teaching assistants, and early years practitioners. This course will ensure you have up-to-date knowledge of safeguarding policies, legislation and guidance, and includes ways you can reduce the risk of abuse, the signs and symptoms of different types of abuse, and the impact well-known child abuse and neglect cases have had on legislation.
Safeguarding for Children Level 3 is one of our most in depth courses and is designed for managers/practitioners who frequently come into contact with children and their families. This online course outlines the core responsibilities of lead workers as well as why safeguarding is important, serious case reviews, key terms, reducing the likelihood of abuse, signs and symptoms of abuse, what to do if you suspect abuse, and the importance of whistleblowing.
With our Safeguarding Everyone Level 3 package learners will be able to identify and then act after recognising signs and symptoms of abuse, and the ways in which to reduce the risk of abuse of vulnerable children, young people and adults. Discover the impacts well-known cases have has on legislation, the importance of multi-agency cooperation and whistleblowing.