(inc. Social Care)
NOTE: *Course content will be specific to your organisations sector.
Number of attendees:
Statutory training meeting the requirement of the ‘robust 3-yearly training’ for whole staff communities.
This course is essential for all staff working within provisions whose role includes contact/services provision for children and families. Exploring Duty of Care in line with Local Safeguarding Children Partnership (formally LSCB) procedures, this training promotes:
Understanding of national guidance and procedures
Recognising the four categories of abuse
Listening to children
Awareness raising of key challenges including Online Safety, radicalisation, Criminal Exploitation (including County Lines and Child Sexual Exploitation) and HBV (Honour- Based Violence including FGM, Female Genital Mutilation).
This dynamic, high quality presentation provides parents with an insight into the wide array of apps, games and websites that children are using. This session is a ‘must’ for all parents whose children have a presence in the digital world. The outcome is to empower parents to keep their children safe when using technology. There are four areas to be covered in the session:
This dynamic, high quality presentation will provide staff with an up-to-date insight into games and apps that pupils are using today. It will focus on the relevant challenges the internet poses towards our pupils i.e. sharing, chatting, playing and ‘friendships’. Areas of focus, from KCSIE 2019:
Content: Being exposed to illegal, inappropriate or harmful material
Contact: Being subjected to harmful online interaction with other users
Conduct: Personal online behaviour that increases the likelihood of harm
Questions can be submitted during the recorded webinar. All questions will then be collated and a written response created at the end of the
webinar period. This will be made available to you the following week.
Live session have interactive elements such as polls, hands up questions, Q&A chat box and audio interaction.
Yes - The sessions are closed sessions. No participant will be visible on video. It is only the Child Protection consultant who will be visible. The data collated
from participants is their first name, surname, role title and email address. There is a disclaimer provided, and data will be deleted once shared with you.
Attendee report - including engagement data. Q & A report from recorded sessions - which will be sent to you the following week for you to cascade. Feedback Report – a survey completed after the session. Post course handouts – sent out to every attendee.
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Education Child Protection is a specialist training company working with any organisation that comes into contact with children, young people, families and adults at risk. We provide consultancy and training in the statutory, public, voluntary and private sectors. We pride ourselves in delivering training of the highest standard, which makes a positive impact on those who receive it.