Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and we all have a part to play in keeping children and young adults safe. This essential course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to identify and report any safeguarding concerns about children and young adult in education Post-16.  

Who It’s Suitable For

This is course is designed for all Teaching staff, Contractors & Volunteers.

What You’ll Learn…

  • What the terms ‘safeguarding’ and ‘child protection’ mean.  
  • What your responsibilities are and how you can contribute to keeping older children and young adults safe.  
  • What the four main types of abuse are and some of the signs that could indicate that an older child or vulnerable adult may be suffering abuse.  
  • Why it is so important to be vigilant to signs of abuse at all times.  
  • How to respond to disclosures of abuse by learners.  
  • How to confidently report any concerns about older children or young adults to the relevant person. 

By the end of the course, learners will be able to: 

  • What the terms ‘safeguarding’ and ‘child protection’ mean.  
  • What your responsibilities are and how you can contribute to keeping children and young adults safe.  
  • What the four main types of abuse are and some of the signs that could indicate that a child or vulnerable adult may be suffering abuse.  
  • How to respond to disclosures of abuse.  
  • How to confidently report any concerns about children or young adults to the relevant person. 

How Long Does It Take? It will take you around an hour to complete the course and its assessment

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Course Includes

  • 7 Modules
  • 1 Survey
  • Course Certificate

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