Safeguarding

STEEP offer a range of safeguarding courses for private, voluntary and independent settings, as well as schools and childminders.

This is an introductory course suitable for those at an early stage in their Safeguarding training.  This session is suitable for those who have already completed Safeguarding Level 1. 

AIM OF COURSE:

The aim of this course is to build on and deepen existing knowledge of safeguarding, suitable for all workers (and volunteers) the Early Years PVI Sector, in Ofsted registered provision, delivering EYFS. 

This session is best suited to those who have already completed Safeguarding Level 1 and will draw on lessons from research and  serious case reviews.

SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES: 

  • Understand the legal and policy frameworks underpinning safeguarding
  • Recognise and respond to signs and symptoms of abuse, including female genital mutilation
  • Understand the PREVENT agenda and requirements on those working with children and families
  • Understand the concept of ‘significant harm’ and how this relates to those working with children
  • Using the Framework for the Assessment of Children in Need and their Families
  • Understand the importance of procedures,  keeping records and knowing the role of the Designated Person in your school/setting 
  • Understand the importance of appropriate information sharing and inter-agency working 

Trainer:

Daphne McKenna – Training in Practice, in Partnership with STEEP

This course is suitable for those who are ready to deepen their safeguarding knowledge having already completed safeguarding levels 1 & 2, including staff who are the Designated Leads in their school or setting.

AIM OF COURSE:

The aim of this course is to build on and deepen existing knowledge of safeguarding, suitable for all workers (and volunteers) the Early Years PVI Sector, in Ofsted registered provision, delivering EYFS. This session is suitable for Designated Leads in schools and settings and will draw on lessons from research and serious case reviews.

SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES: 

  • Understand the role of the Lewisham Safeguarding Children’s Board and safeguarding procedures
  • Understand the role of the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO)
  • Recognise and respond to signs and symptoms of abuse, including female genital mutilation
  • Respond to disclosure of suspected abuse and the barriers that might prevent disclosure
  • Understand the importance of keeping records
  • Understand the importance of appropriate information sharing and inter-agency working 
  • Clarify the legal and policy frameworks underpinning safeguarding

Trainer:

Daphne McKenna – Training in Practice, in Partnership with STEEP

This course is suitable for those in role as Designated Safeguarding Leads in their school or setting.

AIM OF COURSE:

This course is suitable for Designated Leads in schools and settings and will draw on lessons from research and serious case reviews.

SPECIFIC LEARNING OUTCOMES: 

  • Understand the role of the Lewisham Safeguarding Children’s Board and safeguarding procedures
  • Understand the role of the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO)
  • Recognise and respond to signs and symptoms of abuse, including female genital mutilation
  • Respond to disclosure of suspected abuse and the barriers that might prevent disclosure
  • Understand the importance of keeping records
  • Understand the importance of appropriate information sharing and inter-agency working 
  • Clarify the legal and policy frameworks underpinning safeguarding

Trainer:

Daphne McKenna – Training in Practice, in Partnership with STEEP

Upcoming dates

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Cost: £60

Venue

Hatcham Oak Early Childhood Centre Wallbutton Road Brockley London SE4 2NX