- Created By The Safeguarding Alliance
- Last Updated February 28th, 2024
NOTE: For our e-learning training you will require a connection with camera and microphone ability. When training, cameras are expected to be on, and when asked to respond via the chat, comments to be added. This is to show engagement and attendance. If there is no camera or engagement certification cannot be issued.
|Online Face to Face session
|What is Included
Deadline booking date
Wednesday 20th March
Date and time of training
Monday 25th March 2024
1:00pm to 5:00pm (UAE Time)
PRIMARY and SECONDARY
Delegates who wish to develop the skills and knowledge required to keep children and young people safe. This course is for delegates who wish to gain an understanding of the principles of safeguarding or have a duty of care to children and young people.
- Teachers and teaching support staff
- Health workers
- Nursery support workers
- Registered childminders
- School ancillary staff
- Health and Safety officers
- Working in a classroom group setting, you will learn how to act appropriately and confidently to safeguard children in your care.
- The expectation is that participants would have previously completed an introductory online safeguarding and child protection training course.
Taught by experienced professionals from a social service, education, or policing background you will learn to:
- Identify the relevant legislation within your geographical context and guidance that safeguards children and young people.
- Identify what is meant by safeguarding and child abuse.
- Name the categories of child abuse and neglect.
- Identify the barriers to children and adults reporting concerns.
- If applicable, understand how safeguarding is implemented in an international context.
- Recognise possible child abuse.
A professionally based course offering the opportunity for delegates to demonstrate an achievement of practical skills, consolidate knowledge and understanding of safeguarding of children and young people. The course examines current safeguarding legislation and explores how to recognise and respond to disclosures, critical incidents, including illness, injury, security events and emergency situations. The course focuses on identifying, responding, reporting and referring concerns that a child or young person has been abused, harmed or bullied.
Designated Safeguarding Lead Training is also available for delegates who has completed Safeguarding Training.