The Outwood Institute of Education is delighted to be holding some various Safeguarding Training for internal OGAT staff.
Tracey is a NSPCC Trained Trainer.
Maximum number of delegates for each course is 16 (NSPCC recommendation)
Everyone shares responsibility for Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. This course is for people wishing to gain advanced knowledge of Child Protection or those who wish to work towards becoming a Designated Safeguarding Lead who have already completed Basic Safeguarding training.
Exploring the concepts of “child vulnerability”, “child protection” and “significant harm” you will learn about the issues around safeguarding children, and the individual and organisational responsibilities of protecting children from abuse. Building on these concepts we will explore the four main categories of abuse, child sexual exploitation, female genital mutilation and honour based violence.
You will briefly explore the legislation which underpins child protection and the course will cover how to handle a disclosure, including recording and reporting.
By the end of the session individuals will be equipped with the knowledge, understanding and skills to recognise the signs of child vulnerability and abuse and will be prepared to go on to our Designated Safeguarding Lead Training Course (DSL Level 3)
Completion of Safeguarding Basic Training (Level 1). Basic face to face or online training must be completed BEFORE embarking on DSL training.
This is a one-off course and will not need to be refreshed.
This course formally known as the Level 3 course is in line with Ofsted’s new safeguarding children briefing for section 5 inspectors (2016), the Ofsted Inspection framework (2016) & Working Together to Safeguard Children March 2015 (updated 2017) and Keeping Children Safe in Education (Sept 2016).
Providing advanced knowledge this course will help you recognise and know what to do if a child or young person discloses abuse or if you believe that a child is at risk of significant harm. The course aims to provide advanced information on reporting, monitoring, recording information and adhering to and enforcing legislation, policies and procedures.
It will look at the role of the DSL, information sharing, confidentiality, consent, prevent and what we should expect from agencies and other professionals to help you carry out and develop your role within the organisation.
|Describe the role of DSL and areas of responsibility|
|Describe the key legislation and guidance affecting our response to concerns about a child's safety or welfare|
|State the barriers inhibiting children from disclosing abuse and respond effectively to a child who does disclose|
|Make appropriate decisions about the action to take when informed of a range of concerns about a child or young person|
|Understand the issues and importance of recording and sharing of information, including that of confidentiality|
|Be confident in making a referral to children's social care and knowing when one should be made|
|Understanding and evidencing the reasons for not making a referral|
|Have knowledge of what is likely to happen following a referral to children's social care and the role the academy has in the multi-agency child protection process|
|Demonstrate an awareness of the emotional dimension of safeguarding work and identify ways in which the designated safeguarding lead can support students, families and staff|
This is a compulsory course for all practising DSLs. In order to carry out the DSL role, you are required to have undertaken the recognised DSL course and attend a refresher course every two years. In Line with Ofsted’s new safeguarding children briefing for section 5 inspectors & Ofsted Inspection Framework (2016).
Delegates MUST have completed the Working Together Training Course (DSL Level 2)
The refresher course is for current Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSL’s) to refresh their knowledge and gain insights into updates and changes of legislation policies and procedures since your initial training within the field of Safeguarding.
In addition to refreshing every two years, the DSL must also complete CPD that is linked to safeguarding (LGBT, Prevent, FGM, etc.) in the interim year. Evidence of this should be available. This is to ensure maintenance of statutory and Ofsted requirements for safeguarding.
This is a compulsory course for all practising DSLs. In order to carry out the DSL role, you are required to have undertaken the recognised DSL course and attend a refresher course every two years. The course is in line with Ofsted’s new safeguarding children Briefing for section 5 inspectors & Ofsted Inspection Framework (2016).
Delegates MUST have completed the Designated Safeguarding Lead Course (DSL Level 3)