Child Protection and Safeguarding for Designated Safeguarding Leads, Two-Day Course - 25 February 2019 & 4 March 2019
This training aims enable Designated Safeguarding Leads in Early Years settings, Out of School provisions and childminding arrangements, to fulfil their statutory obligations to recognise and act on any concerns about abuse, neglect or other forms of harm for children and young people in their care.
Designated Safeguarding Leads in Early Years settings, Out of School provisions and childminders.
All our trainers are qualified and highly experienced in the delivery of safeguarding and child protection training to designated safeguarding leads, and multi-agency professionals.
DSL Statutory Requirements
Designated Safeguarding leads need a comprehensive understanding of their roles and responsibilities, as set out in the Statutory framework for the Early Years foundation stage 2017. Ofsted inspections will focus on whether safeguarding requirements are met, and also on Early Help that is offered to children and their families when concerns about a child’s development are first raised. The training offered will enable DSLs to carry out their role confidently and effectively.
Areas of training covered encompass:-
Legislation, policies and procedures
Identifying abuse, neglect and forms of harm, such as FGM and radicalisation
Learning from Serious Case Reviews
Culture, diversity and personal values
Supporting and informing staff
Safer working practices: staff behaviour policies, recruitment and monitoring, POTS referrals
Information sharing, recording and reporting practice; whistleblowing
For a comprehensive list of Learning Outcomes please see www.family-action.org.uk/training
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