- Course Code: CHEL090
- Duration: 1 year
- Price: £80.00
Our Safeguarding Children Level 1 Refresher course is designed for anyone who has previously completed their Safeguarding Children Level 1 training, whether that is by face-to-face or digital means, and is looking to refresh and update their knowledge.
Anyone who works with children has safeguarding duties, though these will vary depending on your role. Our Level 1 course is aimed at those who have limited safeguarding responsibilities.
It explores what safeguarding is and covers key topics such as signs and symptoms of abuse, legislation, what to do if you suspect abuse and or if a child discloses instances of abuse.
Unsure if you require Level 1, 2 or 3 Safeguarding Children training? Check out our short guide to find the course that best matches your needs and requirements here.
Why take this course?
Safeguarding training gives you the knowledge you need to ensure you safeguarding and protect children from abuse and harm.
It is a statutory requirement that anyone who works with children have up to date knowledge and insights into safeguarding. In order to meet these requirements, you must ensure you complete training and regularly refresh it, which is why refresher courses are so important.
Though the company usually decides on how often safeguarding training needs to be refreshed, many choose every two years, though this will depend on the role and required responsibilities.
What will I study?
This online training course gives learners a deeper, more engaging learning experience with immersive real-world scenarios to help professionals apply knowledge into everyday life.
We use bite-sized modules to provide a flexible structure, allowing you to dip in and out of topics as you wish, and study at your own pace.
This training course covers a wide range of topics including:
- An overview of safeguarding
- Why is safeguarding important
- Serious case reviews and Bichard reports
- The latest legislation and guidance
- Multi-agency working
- Jargon and key terms
- Disclosure of information from children
- National and local contexts
- Reducing the likelihood of abuse
- What to do if you suspect abuse
- Signs and symptoms of abuse
- Types of abuse
- Roles and responsibilities
- Recognising abuse
- How to deal with suspected/disclosed abuse
- Record-keeping and recording
Who should take this course?
This course should be taken by anyone who has previously completed their Safeguarding Level 1 training and needs to refresh their knowledge. This may include roles such as receptionists, administrators, caterers, transport staff, maintenance staff and volunteers.
You will learn
- The profound impact some well-known cases of child abuse and neglect have had on legislation
- The ability to explain the importance of multi-agency cooperation
- How to define safeguarding in respect to children and young people
- What you need to do if a child makes a disclosure or if you suspect abuse
- What whistleblowing is, what it is not and why it is important
- Ways you can reduce the risk of abuse
- The signs and symptoms of the different types of abuse
- The roles and responsibilities a volunteer may have
Who is it for?
- Anyone who has previously completed a Safeguarding Children Level 1 Course
- Transport staff
- Maintenance staff
How will I be assessed?
What can I do next?
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