Safeguarding Children Level Three

15Feb

£12.00

Course Outline

Safeguarding Children Practice Level 3 is the minimum mandatory qualification for Learning Academies Designated Safeguarding leads. All franchisees are, by default, designated safeguarding leads. One other person must also be the DSL. The course will give everyone who works or has contact with children, young people and/or their families, an introduction to safeguarding and will raise awareness of the areas outlined below.

Description

Outline

Safeguarding Children Practice Level 3 is the minimum mandatory qualification for Learning Academies Designated Safeguarding leads. All franchisees are, by default, designated safeguarding leads. One other person must also be the DSL. The course will give everyone who works or has contact with children, young people and/or their families, an introduction to safeguarding and will raise awareness of the areas below:

Learning Outcomes

The course will give a good understanding of;

  • Legislation and guidance
  • The recognition of child abuse
  • How to respond to concerns
  • Who to contact when there is a concern
  • Fulfilling “duty of care”
  • Safe practice and keeping children safe
  • Vulnerability and Protection
  • The legal status of the child and the concepts of child vulnerability, child protection and significant harm
  • The concepts of protection, vulnerability and significant harm
  • The responsibility of individuals and organisations in protecting children
  • Recognising Abuse
  • Defining abuse and identifying the indicators and related examples of physical and emotional abuse
  • Identify the indicators and related examples of sexual abuse and neglect
  • Recognise the signs of abuse and bullying
  • The Legal Protection of Children
  • The nature of child protection law and the detail of The Children Act 1989
  • The range of relevant child protection orders
  • Define the Children Act 2004 and the importance of the Disclosure and Barring Service Child Protection Procedures
  • The range of child protection procedures
  • The range of post-referral procedures
  •    It will give delegates a range of knowledge and understanding to solve practical child abuse situations.