AELP Webinar: Observation judgements about Safeguarding in sessions
Apr 23

AELP Webinar: Observation judgements about Safeguarding in...

Making effective judgements about the incorporation of Safeguarding and abuse issues in learning...

 

Making effective judgements about the incorporation of Safeguarding and abuse issues in learning...

  • Overview

    This webinar is designed to help participants further develop their understanding of issues related to the incorporation of Safeguarding in learning sessions.

    Objectives

    Participants should on completion of the webinar, be able to describe and explain:

    • the importance of getting tutors to identify the types of abuse associated with Safeguarding that should be identified in the session being observed – avoiding subjectivity
    • the ‘News Spot’ idea for incorporating Safeguarding related abuse issues associated with in sessions
    • the types of Safeguarding related abuse issues that could be incorporated meaningfully into sessions
    • the importance of contextual relevance
    • what good incorporation of Safeguarding related abuse issues with might look like?
    • what good judgements about Safeguarding might look like?

    Who Should Attend?

    This webinar is designed for learning session observers of all levels of experience working in the post 16 learning sector, and individuals who aspire to be learning session observers or those who may not of observed for some time but who may be required to do so in the foreseeable future. It will also be of use to individuals not active in observation, but who undertake roles such as Quality Managers, Quality Coordinators, Programme / Curriculum Managers, and Operational Managers).

  • Category
    Webinars
  • Date & Time
    Apr 23 2019 at 10:30 AM - Apr 23 2019 at 11:30 AM
  • Location & full address
    http://www.aelpwebinars.org.uk/observation-safeguarding
  • Event Admins
    Jo Moriani

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