Title: Safeguarding Children
Duration: 1 Days
Maximum Students: 12
Certification: Awarding Body or In House
Introduction to Safeguarding Children course is a positive first step towards increasing and improving your knowledge and will provide you with a thorough overview of how to recognise the warning signs of abuse, what to do with any concerns that you may have and how to feel confident in protecting children from harm.
Safeguarding children is a responsibility of all professions and so this training course is suitable for anybody required to take training as part of their role. It is a requirement for all those working with children and/or their families to have knowledge of how to safeguard children and by taking this training course you will fulfil that obligation.
This course is written at an introductory level and so no previous knowledge is required. The course is also suitable for workers of all levels, including managers, supervisors, full-time staff, part-time staff and volunteers.
Examples of people who may wish to take this training include:
• Teachers, nursery workers, carers and child-minders.
• Doctors, nurses, paramedics and health workers.
• Social workers, council staff and immigration workers.
• Youth workers, activity leaders and volunteers.
• Sports coaches and teachers.
• Police staff.
• Church leaders, religious leaders and volunteers.
By the end of this course, learners will understand:
• Understand what is meant by 'safeguarding' and why learning about safeguarding children is so important.
• Understand your responsibilities both within and outside of the workplace.
• Know more about how to identify the indicators and warning signs of abuse.
• Know how to respond to any concerns that you have about a child.
• Be aware of how to act should a child disclose information about abuse to you.
• Understand the importance of reporting your concerns to another professional plus have knowledge of what happens at a higher level when a report is made.
• Be aware of the need to accurately record your concerns in writing.
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