Designated Safeguarding Lead Training UPDATE: Safeguarding in Education
Those experienced Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) who have previously attended the full day/ 2 day Safeguarding in Education training course and require a two-year update in line with statutory guidance will be able to access this half-day refresher.
This course is only available to Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) in a school or college setting who have attended the full day/2-day Safeguarding in Education Course.
Awareness of Challenges when Working with Parents - Multiagency
To provide practitioners across all agencies with best practice principles for working with parents and to learn how to deal with the challenges parents may present such as dangerous, difficult or evasive behaviour.
BTEC Advanced Award for Teaching Assistants Working With Sensory Impaired Young People - Hearing Impairment
Do you work with a child or young person with a hearing impairment?
BTEC Advanced Award for Teaching Assistants Working With Sensory Impaired Young People - Visual Impairment
Do you work with a child or young person with a visual impairment?
Designated Safeguarding Lead Training: Safeguarding in Education
This Course is for any member of staff who intends to perform the role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) or the role of the alternate DSL. The 2 day course will cover the legislative framework, statutory guidance, the roles and responsibilities of the DSL, safer working practice, learning lessons from serious case reviews and best practice in line with the Ofsted Framework for Inspection.
From September 2016, members of staff who are new to the role of Designated Safeguarding Lead or have not attended the Safeguarding in Education Course since April 2010 will be required to attend a two day training course. This development is in response to feedback received following DSL training, it has been supported by the Education Advisory Group of the NSCB and brings the training in line with many other LAs and the NSPCC.
DSLs who have attended a full day training since April 2010 are not required to undertake the two day course and should book on a refresher.