Safeguarding Training and Consultancy

Safeguarding

Schools play an important role in protecting children from different forms of abuse and staff in school are often chosen as the trusted adult for children, in difficult circumstances, to turn to. They have regular contact with children and young people, so are in a strong position to identify different signs of abuse.

Schools with the most successful safeguarding have a clear safeguarding ethos and policy, alongside high quality training that ensures every member of staff knows what to do and carries it out consistently across the school.

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Regulated Level 3 Safeguarding Training for Safeguarding Leads

FAA Level 3 Award in Principles of Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young People or Vulnerable Adults

This qualification is designed for Designated Safeguarding Leads or Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads who have contact with children, young people or vulnerable adults in their working environment including voluntary work. It promotes awareness and sensitivity to safeguarding enabling learners to be able to identify issues and emphasises the responsibility to ensure that concerns are reported and acted on appropriately.

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

This is an Ofqual regulated qualification that has set learning outcomes and assessment criteria. The assessment criteria state the skills, knowledge and competence a learner will be required to demonstrate during the course assessment. A learner must successfully achieve all assessment criteria to be awarded the qualification.

Learners will:

  • Gain an understanding of how to safeguard and protect children, young people or vulnerable adults in the workplace.
  • Identify key elements of the law on safeguarding Children, Young people and Vulnerable adults.
  • Describe how practitioners can take steps to protect themselves from allegations and complaints within their everyday   practice in a work setting
  • Describe ways in which concerns can be reported for:
  1. Children
  2. Young people
  3. Vulnerable adults
  • Know how to respond to evidence or concerns that a child, young person or vulnerable adult has been abused.
  • Describe the characteristics of different types of abuse concerning:
  1. Children
  2. Young people
  3. Vulnerable adults
  • Explain actions to take in response to evidence of abuse according to agreed ways of working.
  • Describe how to respond to disclosures of abuse according to agreed ways of working.
  • Identify those people who the information of abuse or suspected abuse may be shared with

The qualification has 7 assigned guided learning hours and 8 hours total qualification time. An assessment will take place at the end of the course.

Certification

A learner must successfully pass a written assessment paper containing 10 open and multiple choice questions needing to achieve a minimum of 7 out of 10 to pass and gain the certification. The qualification does not have an expiry date but refresher training and keeping up to date with changes to policies, procedures and new legislation through ongoing CPD is vital. At ASP we recommend attending update training every 2 years.

Course cost per person

£249 + VAT  (Reduced rate of £199 + VAT if booking for 3 members of staff)

Regulated Level 2 Safeguarding Training for Governors and School Staff

QNUK Level 2 Award in Safeguarding and Protecting Children and Young People (RQF)

This is an Ofqual regulated level 2 safeguarding course.

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria

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Understand how to safeguard and protect children, young people and practitioners in the workplace.

  • Identify key elements of the law on safeguarding children and young people.
  • Describe how practitioners can take steps to protect themselves from allegations and complaints within their everyday practice in a work setting.
  • Identify ways in which concerns about children and young people can be reported.

Know how to respond to evidence or concerns that a child or young person has been abused.

  • Identify the characteristics of different types of child abuse.
  • Describe actions to take in response to evidence that a child or young person has been abused or is at risk of being abused
  • Describe how to respond to a child or young person who discloses abuse.
  • Identify those people who the information of abuse or suspected abuse may be shared with.

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  • Governors
  • Headteachers (The Designated Lead should attend the higher Level 3 regulated course we offer)
  • Senior Leadership Team
  • School Business Managers
  • School SENCO’s
  • Middle Leadership
  • Family Support Advisers in schools

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see Training for Safeguarding Children and Young People with Disabilities

There is evidence that disabled children are three to four times more likely to be abused or neglected (Jones et al 2012, Sullivan & Knutson 2000) than non-disabled children.

Children with disabilities have additional needs which requires them to need protection. Learning from serious case reviews shows a year on year increase in the number of children with disabilities involved in reviews and the risks from significant harm have not been recognised. (Brandon, 2015)

This course redresses this balance by focussing on assisting those working with children with disabilities to recognise risks. Using a balance of research, guidance, practice and case studies to show how the voice (even when non-vocal) of the child can be raised.

propecia tablets for sale What you will learn

  • To understand the specific vulnerability to abuse of children with disabilities and special needs.
  • To raise awareness of the particular safeguarding needs of disabled children and identifying safeguarding concerns
  • To recognise disruptive or distressed behaviour not just as a result of a learner’s disability but also of potential safeguarding concerns.
  • Finding ways of making the child’s voice heard
  • Learning from sexual exploitation, cuckooing and the vulnerabilities of children and young adults with disabilities

Who should attend

This training is suitable for all staff working within specialist Special Educational Needs settings or for schools supporting learners’ disabilities

Ofsted

Ofsted recognises the importance of effective safeguarding training for all school staff. Our extensive experience shows the effectiveness of face to face training in supporting staff to keep children safe.

Ofsted 2018 ‘Safeguarding is not just about protecting children, learners and vulnerable adults from deliberate harm, neglect and failure to act. It relates to broader aspects of care and education, including children’s and learners’ health and safety and well-being, including their mental health and meeting the needs of children who have special educational needs and/or disabilities

Agenda

Half Day Training Course/Twilight Training Course

Recognising different types of abuse and neglect

  • Physical, Emotional, Sexual, Neglect, Domestic, CSE, HBV including FGM, CME (not exclusive)
  • To understand the specific vulnerability to abuse of children with disabilities and special needs.
  • To raise awareness of the particular safeguarding needs of disabled children and identifying safeguarding concerns
  • What action needs to be taken to safeguard children and young people

Learning from serious incidents, learning reviews and enquiries

  • What is the data telling us about why children with disabilities are more at risk?
  • What are some of the early signs that were missed
  • Ensuring a higher focus on communicating with the child as well as listening to parents
  • Transitions into adult safeguarding linked to cuckooing

How do we focus on the voice of the child?

  • Exploring children’s health and development needs to find ways to promote communication using non-verbal forms of communication.
  • To recognise disruptive or distressed behaviour not just as a result of a learners disability but also of potential safeguarding concerns.

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  • Understanding the statutory guidance Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018) in relation to children with disabilities

Key legislation and statutory guidance

Outline of key legislation for safeguarding children and young people with disabilities Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018) Keeping children safe in Education (2018)

Course Fee

In-house training

£30 per person with a minimum of 30 members of staff.

£25 per person for 30+ staff

Training at Venue £99 per person

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Schedule

Regulated Level 3 Safeguarding Schedule

 

Location

Dates

Reading26th November 2018
London29th November
Bristol11th December
Birmingham14th December
Swindon4th January
Oxford7th January

About Us

Since 2006, we have specialised in ASP (formerly RAISEonline) and Fischer Family Trust Consultancy and Training for all schools and local authorities, analysing your school’s performance and progress data together with your staff.

Our mission is to provide quality and multifaceted consultancy in education and training in Early Years settings, Primary Schools, Secondary Schools, Special Schools, Church Schools and Independent Schools.

ASP training and consultancy sessions can be personalised to support the professional development needs of your school team and offer consultancy support to Head Teachers, Deputy Head Teachers, Senior Management Teams, Subject Leaders, SENCO’s, Gifted and Talented Leaders, Class teachers, Newly Qualified Teachers, Learning Support Assistants and Governors.

We are here to support you with using tools such as ASP, Ofsted IDSR’s, Excel, FFT and MIS Systems as well as provide guidance for Governing Bodies, creating your school’s data story, EYFS, SEN, Gifted and Talented, Leadership and Management, School Improvement and Ofsted Preparation.

You can select your audience – Training can be 1:1 for Headteachers and Deputies, for particular focus groups or whole staff teams.

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