Everyone has a role to play in ensuring the safety of children and young people. Everyone who works with children or families must be able to demonstrate their knowledge and awareness of child protection and safeguarding.
This Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 2 is for staff who have additional responsibilities in responding to safeguarding matters. Perfect for a more experienced member of a team who has already completed the introductory level 1 training course. This Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 2 training course will help learners gain knowledge and understanding of the ways in which children and young people might be harmed, abused, or exploited in the workplace and/or in the classroom.
The Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 2 covers what safeguarding is, why safeguarding is important, how to recognise the signs of abuse, the responsibilities of different safeguarding roles, how to communicate effectively and how to handle safeguarding incidents and concerns.
The aim of this Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 2 training course is to greater increase your knowledge of child safeguarding, how to protect children from harm, and the relevant safeguarding legislation.
The key points covered in this course are:
What is safeguarding
Importance of safeguarding
Signs of abuse
Respond to a disclosure
Learn more about safeguarding children and young people with our common question and answers!
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A safeguarding children policy is a statement that describes and highlights how an organisation will keep children and young people it works with safe from harm. Things you should include in the safeguarding children policy are:
- The purpose and aim of the organisation and the commitment to protecting children.
- The main guidance and law that underpins the policy.
- Whom the policy applies to.
- Who your designated safeguarding lead(s) is.
- The commitment to equality and non-discriminatory practice.
- The date your policy comes into force and when it will be reviewed.
Contextual safeguarding is an approach to understanding and responding to young people's experiences of harm outside of the home e.g. school, peer groups, online or in the local community.
Contextual safeguarding starts by finding out where young people spend their time and working on making these places safer. For example:
- by engaging with young people to ensure they find the place safe and supportive.
- displaying information about who to contact if a young person has concerns.
- providing information to shop owners, so they know what to do if they have concerns about children.
The Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 1 online course is designed for entry level staff, you would need no prior knowledge of safeguarding children and young people to complete this course. Some topics covered in the level 1 course are what is safeguarding, why is safeguarding so important, how to recognise the signs of abuse and how to report safeguarding concerns.
The Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 2 online course is designed for staff who have additional responsibilities in responding to safeguarding matters. It is assumed that staff completing level 2 training, may be a more experienced member of a team who has already completed the introductory level 1 training course. The Safeguarding of Children Level 2 online course covers all of the topics the Safeguarding of Children Level 1 does as well as the responsibilities of different safeguarding roles how to communicate effectively and how to handle safeguarding incidents and concerns.
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