FAA Level 3 Award in Principles of safeguarding and protecting children, young people or vulnerable adults.
School staff play a pivotal role in protecting children and young people from abuse and neglect. The level of contact that the school has with the child places a great responsibility on the staff. From the nurturing of relationships so that the child feels safe to share a concern to identifying a child at risk.
By creating robust safeguarding practices the staff and school will positively affect the lives of vulnerable people. This will also ensure that staff members who report such occurrences are also protected.
This accredited child protection training course will give the attendees the knowledge and skills to recognise any maltreatment and the confidence to report it.
- Elements of the law
- Roles, responsibilities and communication
- Identifying abuse, neglect or any maltreatment
- Sharing of information
- Making judgements
- Dealing with a reporting of allegations and complaints
- Working with other agencies
|Delegates are awarded an Ofqual National Level 3 Award, which is valid for 3 years||Up to 12 delegates, Minimum age of 18||A range of methods are used, to accommodate all types of learners. This will include practical, written and questioning.|