Bespoke Safeguarding Training for Early Years Practitioners

This event is not available online. Please email schoolsupport@servicesforeducation.co.uk to book a place.
Description:

Audience: New or prospective Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) for safeguarding and child protection from all Early Years settings; including owners/managers of PVI settings wishing to broaden their knowledge and ability to support safeguarding systems. 

Brief aim: To support all those who work with children in all types of Early Years settings in fulfilling their duties related to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children.  This will equip senior staff with the information, knowledge and understanding to undertake the responsibilities of the DSL role when working with young children as the course has been designed specifically for colleagues working in this setting, tailored to the scenarios and circumstances found when working within the Early Years sector.  The approach will empower managers to ensure best practice is adhered to, following statutory guidance with a focus on sharing practical examples of how to embed safeguarding at the heart of the organisation’s work.

Impact of the course: Those leading on safeguarding children will be able to fulfil their duty in recognising signs and responding to disclosures of abuse and neglect, ensuring that the requirements for OfSTED and the EYFS Statutory Framework are met.  This will benefit staff and the reputation of each setting and DSLs will leave with increased confidence that they have the tools to embed consistency of approach across their organisation. 

By the end of the training participants will have:

  • An understanding of the safeguarding role, responsibilities and requirements of the Designated Safeguarding Lead
  • Increased confidence in recognising signs and responding to disclosures of abuse and neglect
  • Greater knowledge of national and local documentation, procedures and requirements for record keeping
  • Considered issues specific to non-compulsory school age children including working with parents/carers, non-verbal clues and disclosures and monitoring attendance patterns
  • Knowledge of protocols for confidentiality and sharing information between agencies
  • Knowledge of procedures for dealing with allegations against staff and good practice in reducing the risk of such allegations
  • Up to date information on issues of current concern, including recommendations from serious case reviews 

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Start Date: 8th December 2017, 09:00
End Date: 8th December 2017, 16:00
Location:Unit 3 Holt Court (B7 4AX) Show Map
Price: £100.00

Terms

Terms

TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS 2017-2018

1.SUBMISSIONS AND ACCEPTANCE OF APPLICATIONS.

1.1 All bookings must be received 10 working days prior to the start of the course. We cannot guarantee a confirmation after this date.

1.2 Bookings are processed on a first come first served basis and Services for Education cannot guarantee places for late bookings.

1.3 To check late availability of places required at short notice (less than 5 working days before the event) please contact the service directly by phone or e-mail.

1.4 Delegates will receive confirmation of bookings and event details by e-mail

2.CANCELLATION BY THE APPLICANT

2.1 Any cancellations must be confirmed in writing by emailing: schoolsupport@servicesforeducation.co.uk

2.2 Written cancellations made less than 4 weeks, but no less than 2 weeks, before the agreed date of the training will remain liable for 50% of the invoice amount. Written cancellations made less than 2 weeks before the date of the training will not be entitled to any refund.

2.3 Non-attendance on the day will incur a charge of 100% of the course fee per delegate.

3.CANCELLATION BY SERVICES FOR EDUCATION

3.1 Services for Education reserves the right to amend or cancel should it, for whatever reason, be unable to deliver the advertised event. In these circumstances Services for Education will endeavour to provide adequate notice. A full refund will be given to delegates in the event of cancellation.

3.2 In the event of a school based session needing to be cancelled Services for Education will endeavour to provide adequate notice and to reschedule the session as soon as feasible.

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