This course will help you and your staff become familiar with the role and responsibilities of the designated senior person for safeguarding children in a school or further education college.
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£225 per day
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It will develop both your competence and confidence in carrying out this role.
Those working within schools, colleges or further education establishments in Wales who are named as having responsibility for safeguarding/child protection.
Designated staff in schools and colleges in England should apply for the course Designated safeguarding lead for schools and colleges (England).
This is an advanced course designed for those who have received previous child protection training, for example the NSPCC's Introduction to child protection training.
The course features a range of methods linked to developing both knowledge and skills. These include small and large group exercises, formal input, case study materials and a DVD.
Varied and up-to date, socially and culturally sensitive.
Wide range of materials and resources provoked thought and discussion in a positive manner.
The course was over and above what I expected. Lots of evaluation of institution and professional conduct - very useful.
Perfect for the environment in which we work. The tutors even factored in additional aspects which the students requested.
I feel I am much clearer with regards to the legal procedures and support systems in place to help deal with child abuse.
I now feel much better equipped to deal with our vulnerable pupils and support them through difficult situations.
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Essential guidance and resources for those with a lead responsibility for child protection in schools and colleges, including: