BSCP Everyone's Responsibility
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Charges may apply to this training, please refer to the BSCP Charging policy for details
It is a requirement that before attending this course, ALL applicants must have completed Introductory/Basic Child Protection training e.g. single agency or e-learning.
You only need to attend EITHER this course or the BSCP Working Together in Safeguarding Children course.
This course will be delivered by Safeguarding Associates for Excellence (SAFE) https://safe-ltd.com/
The aim of this course is to provide a clear understanding of safeguarding and child protection for those in contact with children and young people. It seeks to provide you with a confidence in safeguarding and in doing so, protect children in your workplace or those you may come into contact with.
Some Key Outcomes:
Understand the implications of legislation, Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018, Keeping Children Safe in Education 2019, inter-agency policy and national guidance, including the function of the Safeguarding Children Partnership and Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews.
Identify thresholds and the meaning of significant harm.
Understanding a ‘Child Centred Approach’ and ‘Think Family’ to safeguarding.
Recognise the additional vulnerabilities of families where there is a disability.
Understand information sharing, and confidentiality and consent related to children and young people.
Understand the impact of parenting issues such as domestic violence and abuse (including honour- based violence), drug and alcohol misuse, mental health, neglect, self-harming and fabricated illness.
Identify the meaning of child exploitation.
Understand the additional risks around head injuries.
Explain the importance of good communication, recording skills and how to present safeguarding concerns verbally and in writing.
Understand Inter-Agency frameworks, roles and responsibilities and the child protection assessment processes.
To identify the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences and the Contextual Safeguarding approach.
Explore the meaning of restorative justice.
Know how to manage allegations of child abuse perpetrated by professionals, including escalation and Whistleblowing.
Identify the role of the Channel Panel under the Prevent Duty.
This course is for all staff who work in a variety of roles with children, young people and/or their parents/carers. It is particularly relevant for those who potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and/or evaluating the needs of a child or young person outlined in Working Together to Safeguard Children (2018) and Keeping Children Safe in Education (2019).
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