OFSTED Child Protection Awareness
Managers/staff that have responsibilities for Child Protection duties, legislation and Operators, EYFS, Primary and Secondary settings.
- What is Safeguarding and Where Does Child Protection Fit in to the Agenda?
- What is Abuse?
- When to Act
- When and Why to Refer
- Definitions of Abuse
- Identifying Signs of Abuse
- Designated Person Roles and Responsibilities
Designed for managers and staff who have a responsibility for the protection of children in a primary or secondary setting. It provides participants with a confidence and understanding of their duties including recognising the signs of abuse and the appropriate action.
Aims and Objectives:
Inspiring confidence and understanding in duties, roles and responsibilities in respect to Child Protection. The ability to define and recognise signs of abuse, knowing what to do if a child discloses or they are concerned about abuse.
Course Duration: 1 day
Maximum Participants: 12
Exam: Theory and Practical
Location: Flexible – our venue, your premises
Certification: 3 years