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Designated Safeguarding Lead Training Part 1 and Part 2

March 20 @ 9:30 am March 21 @ 12:30 pm

Overview It is a statutory obligation for those with a lead or designated professional role for safeguarding to meet a ‘robust two yearly training’ requirement. Having completed safeguarding awareness training, this webinar equips professionals to perform their senior safeguarding function. AELP are delighted to be working with Education Child Protection (ECP) to offer this course, which holds 6 Continuous Professional Development (CPD) credits. When certificated, delegates can use the ECP centre number to record the activity as CPD. Please note: Delegates will be required to attend both sessions fully in order to receive the CPD credits. If you don’t attend both sessions and participate you will not be eligible for a certificate. Please note that attendance is monitored by the software. Objectives: This in-depth webinar will cover:
  • Understanding of the Safeguarding Framework, including legislation and statutory guidance;
  • Effective implementation of Duty of Care within the role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead;
  • Exploration of effective and robust record keeping;
  • Understanding the referral process and effective information sharing, and mental capacity;
  • Responding effectively to whistleblowing concerns;
  • Understanding of thresholds and risk analysis within the context of safeguarding;
  • Management of safeguarding across challenging topics including Domestic Abuse, ‘so-called’ Honour Based Abuse, Exploitation including Radicalisation, Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment (child on child abuse), Mental Health and Trauma Informed Practice.
Who should attend DSLs or senior leads responsible for safeguarding in FE provisions. Facilitator Carly Danes, Safeguarding Consultant, Education Child Protection LTD


March 20 @ 9:30 am
March 21 @ 12:30 pm
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