This goes beyond awareness training – whilst we can deliver awareness training, we find that most settings have already provided this to their staff. Most settings are looking for up-to-date and relevant training that's contextual to what's going on both locally and nationally.
Our training is bespoke to the needs of the workforce which we derive from local data (e.g., public health, the results of the s.175 Audit and intelligence from the Local Safeguarding Partnership), and national updates (COVID-19 government guidance, updates in Legislation and statutory guidance).
For a fulfilling experience we recommend you protect 2.5 hours, including time for a break in the middle.
These courses are based on what's available locally, and aim to develop an awareness level of topical safeguarding issues across the whole staff body.
Examples of course topics include FGM, Child Exploitation, Domestic Abuse and Child on Child Harm etc.
Each course includes:
Each course will allow time for discussions and exercises to support learning as well as a break in the middle.
This course will give you the skills and knowledge to carry out your role as a lead practitioner. This is not Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) training, but aimed at pastoral staff who are likely to be supporting vulnerable students – this could include heads of houses, tutors and/or learning mentors.
The course includes:
Each course will allow time for discussions and exercises to support learning, including breaks throughout. Practitioners will have access to resources to support direct work with children and young people.
Maintained or Academies
*20% discount to reflect contribution to funding of the Safeguarding in Education Team via the Designated Schools Grant.
Independent or Free Schools
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