We offer a range of Safeguarding courses to ensure that individuals are equipped with the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure the safety and wellbeing of children, young people, and adults at risk.
Our Safeguarding Children and Young People course is a one-day training programme that offers 6 (CPD) credits. Participants will gain an understanding of their roles and responsibilities, relevant legislation, different types of abuse, how to record and report abuse, and how to handle allegations and complaints. They will also learn how to share information, understand NSPCC Safeguarding Standards and Guidance, and make referrals to Children’s Advice Support Services (CASS).
Our Safeguarding Children, Young People and Adults at Risk course is also a one-day training programme that offers 6 (CPD) credits. It provides participants with an understanding of different types of abuse, including Female Genital Mutilation and Child Sexual Exploitation, the impact of abuse, and the relevant legislation and guidance to safeguarding.
Participants will also learn how to respond appropriately to disclosures or suspected cases of abuse, be aware of their organisation’s safeguarding policies and procedures, and identify and explore any barriers that affect reporting abuse.
Our Safeguarding Refresher Training for children, young people and adults at risk is a 4-hour training programme that offers an opportunity for individuals to reflect on their previous training and explore how they have put it into practice since COVID. Participants will review different types of abuse and the impact of abuse, explore issues of safeguarding in the context of their work, and review any amendments to relevant legislation and guidance. They will also be made aware of any updates to their organisation’s safeguarding policies and procedures and identify and address any barriers that affect reporting abuse.