£5.00 £6.00 Inc VAT
This safeguarding children course is designed to give everyone who works or has contact with children, young people and/or their families, an introduction to safeguarding and to raise awareness of the below areas.
- 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
The certificate is immediately available upon completion online.
£5.00 £6.00 Inc VAT
This level 2 course is aimed at healthcare staff who work with children and young people, as well as their families, with the goal of educating them in the safeguarding of children.
- Have knowledge and understanding of how the mental health of parents can impact upon children, and expose them to mistreatment
- Have knowledge and understanding of how to prevent the mistreatment of children
- Have knowledge and understanding of how they can provide positive experiences for children, and spot if a child is a victim of any kind of mistreatment or radicalisation
- Know the steps that should be taken to refer a child to child protection
- Know how to document child protection concerns
- Be aware of the various agencies and roles that are out there to safeguard children
- Act in accordance with key statutory and non-statutory guidance and legislation
£25.00 £30.00 Inc VAT
This is a level 3 Safeguarding of Children online training course, which is an advanced level course that looks to educate those within the health and social care sector in the safeguarding of children and young people. Those taking this course should have taken and been familiar with the content in the level 1 and level 2 courses.
- Know how to use a gentle approach in liaising with children, young people, and their families.
- Know just how important it is to be able to identify when children and young people are at risk.
- Have the knowledge and understanding when it comes to the procedures which must be followed when investigating suspected incidents, and be aware what evidence and note-taking is required by UK law
- Have a good understanding of what is required for communicating with the children and young people, in order to make it an easier process for them
- Know just how important it is to get assessments right and the risks involved in misjudging situations
- Have knowledge of how to build cases, what evidence is required, what questions need to be asked, and what other professionals should be involved in order to work together in the protection of children and young people.