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Safeguarding Training

Our Training & Learning team is now leading the provision of Safeguarding Children Training.

The Service is an active member of the Yorkshire & Humber Multi Agency Safeguarding Trainers (YHMAST) regional group and all safeguarding training courses offered at levels 1, 2, and 3 meet recommended standards for multi and single agency training.

The information below provides an insight into our core training. Please login or signup using the link at the top of the page and then search the term ‘Safeguarding’ to book.

We also deliver a range of training on other related topics and would welcome the opportunity to discuss these with you. Please complete the form below and an adviser will be in touch to discuss your requirements.

 

Delegates will:

  • Increase understanding of the legislation and guidance under-pinning ‘safeguarding children’ work
  • Look at the implications of guidance and legislation on practice
  • Establish a basic understanding of the types of abuse which can be experienced by children and young people
  • Increase awareness of the indicators of abuse
  • Increase awareness of ‘peer abuse’, including links with technology and CSE
  • Dealing with disclosures
  • Understand responsibilities to record, report, and share information
  • Start to explore perpetrators behaviour in order to work preventatively

This training helps whole school staff to:

  • Increase understanding of the legislation and guidance under-pinning ‘safeguarding children’ work including Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016
  • Look at the implications of guidance and legislation on practice
  • Establish a basic understanding of the types of abuse which can be experienced by children and young people
  • Increase awareness of the indicators of abuse
  • Increase awareness of ‘peer abuse’, including links with technology and CSE
  • Dealing with disclosures
  • Understand responsibilities to record, report and share information
  • Recognising existing services and signposting for support for children and families
  • Identify the Designated Safeguarding Lead for Child Protection

This course provides delegates with an understanding of the Child Protection Pathway including strategy meetings, core groups and child protection conferences. It will enhance working within the Child Protection Pathway and give participants an understanding of the nature and impact of roles and responsibilities within the child protection system for ensuring effective multi-agency work. 

The training also includes responsibilities regarding risk analysis and decision making. This is suitable for Designated Safeguarding Leads in Schools, Colleges and Early Years Settings, adult mental health workers, professionals working with children and young people and those in the voluntary sector who work regularly with vulnerable children, young people and families. It is training for any professional who may be invited to conference.

Delegates will:

  • Increase understanding of the legislation and guidance under-pinning ‘safeguarding children’ work
  • Look at the implications of guidance and legislation on practice
  • Establish a basic understanding of the types of abuse which can be experienced by children and young people
  • Increase awareness of the indicators of abuse
  • Increase awareness of ‘peer abuse’, including links with technology and CSE
  • Dealing with disclosures
  • Understand responsibilities to record, report, and share information
  • Start to explore perpetrators behaviour in order to work preventatively

This training helps whole school staff to:

  • Increase understanding of the legislation and guidance under-pinning ‘safeguarding children’ work including Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016
  • Look at the implications of guidance and legislation on practice
  • Establish a basic understanding of the types of abuse which can be experienced by children and young people
  • Increase awareness of the indicators of abuse
  • Increase awareness of ‘peer abuse’, including links with technology and CSE
  • Dealing with disclosures
  • Understand responsibilities to record, report and share information
  • Recognising existing services and signposting for support for children and families
  • Identify the Designated Safeguarding Lead for Child Protection

This course provides delegates with an understanding of the Child Protection Pathway including strategy meetings, core groups and child protection conferences. It will enhance working within the Child Protection Pathway and give participants an understanding of the nature and impact of roles and responsibilities within the child protection system for ensuring effective multi-agency work. 

The training also includes responsibilities regarding risk analysis and decision making. This is suitable for Designated Safeguarding Leads in Schools, Colleges and Early Years Settings, adult mental health workers, professionals working with children and young people and those in the voluntary sector who work regularly with vulnerable children, young people and families. It is training for any professional who may be invited to conference.

Interested in Safeguarding Training?

Let us know your details and one of our account managers will be in touch with some more infomation