It’s extremely important your staff know how to spot signs and indicators of abuse and neglect. Under the Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018) statutory guidance, you have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people. This Safeguarding Children and Young People Level 1 training provides your staff with the vital knowledge and skills to safeguard children.
Our Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 1 training course is designed for entry-level staff - no prior safeguarding knowledge is necessary to complete this course. The Safeguarding of Children Course Level 1 covers what safeguarding is, why safeguarding is important, how to recognise the signs of abuse, how to respond to a disclosure and, how to report safeguarding concerns. Upon successful completion of this online course, learners will be awarded a CPD accredited Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 1 certificate which can be used to provide evidence for compliance.
Did you know that according to NSPCC, unfortunately, one in five children have experienced abuse at some point in their lifetime? That’s why anyone working with children or families is legally required to have knowledge of how to safeguard children and take a Safeguarding of Children training course. This knowledge can help protect and prevent children from experiencing abuse and neglect which could change, or in some cases, save the lives of children.
The aim of this Safeguarding of Children and Young People Level 1 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:
Indicators of child maltreatment
Internet and online social networking
Physical and mental health
Children's rights and relevant legislation
Reporting safeguarding concerns
Learn more about safeguarding children and young people with our common questions and answers!
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Safeguarding children is:
- protecting children from abuse and maltreatment.
- preventing harm to their health
- ensuring they grow up with the provision of safe and effective care.
- giving children equal opportunities in life.
Safeguarding children training is a legal requirement for anyone who works with or around children and young adults (under the age of 18). That includes a variety of sectors, settings, and organisations. For example, all staff who work in a school or education environment, healthcare staff, and childminders.
It ensures staff members can spot potential signs, be able to report the concern appropriately and understand safeguarding legislation, such as Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018).
We're dedicated to delivering high quality online Safeguarding Children training developed specifically for any setting. If you require training for yourself or your staff, please get in touch today!
It isn't down to just one person who can safeguard a child. Everyone who works or volunteers with children or young people has a responsibility for keeping them safe. It is essential to have knowledge on how to report safeguarding concerns, neglect, trafficking, or exploitation so they can be addressed quickly and appropriately.
However, if an occasion arises where you do need to report a safeguarding concern, it's best to report it to your designated safeguarding lead.
Safeguarding Children training can help you safeguard a child in many ways. For one, it teaches you the signs and types of abuse. This is incredibly important as knowing these can help you notice when a child or young person is at risk.
A Safeguarding Children training course will also provide you with what to do in an event of a safeguarding emergency in the workplace, so you can help safeguard a child in need.
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