It is vital that anyone working in an education setting understands their role in keeping children and young people safe from violence, neglect, exploitation and abuse. This online Safeguarding of Children in Education Level 3 training course is our most in-depth safeguarding children in education course.
On completion of this Safeguarding of Children in Education Level 3 training course you will understand child development, be able to identify the types of abuse and trauma children can experience, understand what good enough parenting is, the toxic trio, and risk factors, understand the legal framework, understand child protection systems and assessment processes available and understand about safeguarding from failures, including a look at several serious case reviews and how to promote good practice.
This Safeguarding of Children in Education Level 3 training course is for staff who may have overall responsibility for Safeguarding within their organisation. For example, the Safeguarding Lead. Learners undertaking this course will have a higher level of knowledge and responsibility in responding to Safeguarding incidents, allegations and concerns.
The aim of this Safeguarding Children Level 3 course is to greater increase your confidence and knowledge of child safeguarding in education, as well as relevant legislation.
The key points covered in this course are:
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This Safeguarding of Children in Education Level 3 is aimed at anyone who is looking to further develop their knowledge of safeguarding in an education setting. Although this course is aimed at anyone who is the safeguarding lead it can also be taken by any member of staff such as teachers, teaching assistants and administrators.
Statutory guidance for schools and colleges, Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSE), defines safeguarding as:
This is statutory guidance from the Department for Education and is issued under:
The Children Act 2004 is a development from the 1989 Act. The Children Act 2004 made changes and additions to the child protection framework that already existed in England to ensure that all children could achieve the rights outlined in ‘Every Child Matters’.
The ‘Every Child Matters’ initiative outlined 5 key points that safeguarding will allow:
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