Introduction to Child Protection Training - In House

The Level 1 and 2 introduction to Child Protection Training develops awareness and understanding of the basic principles/processes underpinning the safeguarding of children.
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Based on 12 students: £474.00 (£395.00 ex VAT)
Per additional students: £39.60 (£33.00 ex VAT)

What's involved?

There are no prerequisites to signing up. This is an introductory level course starting from scratch to help learners build up an understanding on the principles of safeguarding.

It is a classroom based course which will be taught by a friendly and approachable trainer who has a background in the subject area. The instructor will combine short lectures with group discussions and real life case studies.

The course delves into legislation and guidance procedures, whereby candidates learn how they identify and report abuse through correct policies and procedures.

By its conclusion candidates will have gained an understanding of what abuse is and learn the different categories it can fall into.

What you get out of it

Candidates leave the course with a certificate valid for three years, highlighting that they have a sound understanding of this field. It also encourages employees to be more vigilant in day to day activities, without being intrusive. The knowledge base leads to the candidate successfully identifying different forms of abuse and being able to report it through the right channels.

Who's it for?

The Level 1 award is suitable for anyone whose work brings them into contact with children and their parents. Examples include school workers, nursery staff, voluntary groups and aid workers.

What will I learn?

Candidates can expect to learn step by step how they can identify, understand and then report abuse by looking into the following topics:

  • What is Child Abuse
  • Categories of Child Abuse
  • Legislation and Guidance Procedures
  • Safety and Welfare Concerns
  • Barriers to Reporting Concerns

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