This course includes practical assignments and will promote a reflective model for supervision, forming a structure for exploring how the management of safeguarding issues can be woven into the supervision process and therefore be addressed as appropriate.
Designated Lead Person initial training in central London
A 2-day course to help you understand the responsibilities of your role. Learn how to enact policy and procedures with real people.
A 1-day refresher course for those needing to update their training or for those wanting to build an awareness of the role.
Safer Recruitment Training
How do you stop somebody dangerous person getting into your school? What keeps children safe in schools are managers and supervisors knowing what to look for and doing the right thing at the right time. That’s what Safer Recruitment training is for.
Online Designated Lead Person Refresher Training
Stay safe and up-to-date. A certificated 3.5-hour, online refresher programme for experienced Designated Safeguarding Leads (and their deputies) in education settings.
Online ‘live’ Designated Lead Person Safeguarding Training
Don’t miss out on this essential training for Designated Lead Persons during this era of COVID-19.
Designated Lead Person Forum
Designated Lead Person Forum Monthly, Next forum date to be arranged, 9.30 am – 11 am LAST MONTH: John Guest provided a brief update on Safer Recruitment and Selection. Designated …
New Online Workshop To Support DSLs and Deputies Through This Ongoing Crisis
New online workshop to help DSLs and Deputies handle the fallout of the COVID crisis.
Noticing and responding to sexually harmful behaviours in children
School staff have growing concerns when it comes to responding to a range of sexualised behaviours in children. With this course, you’ll learn how to identify and respond to them.
Responding to Allegations against Professionals who hold positions of trust
There are daily press features on the investigation of historic abuse across foster and children’s homes, schools, faith organisations, nurseries, youth clubs and beyond. For those who were abused it’s not historic; for them, it’s very current. Learn how to respond to allegations.