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      February 12, 2020

      Wednesday   9:30 AM

      Burlington Arcade , 126 New Street
      Birmingham, West Midlands

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      Level 4 Safeguarding Training for Colleges and Training Providers - Birmingham

      Our Level 4 Designated Safeguarding Person Training for colleges and  training providers is designed for existing or new designated safeguarding persons in educational settings. This training will give attendees the knowledge and confidence to undertake this demanding and vital role. All our safeguarding training is delivered by approved safeguarding trainers with excellent occupational experience. All our safeguarding training includes the latest updates and Ofsted guidance, including Child Exploitation and County Lines. Ofsted specifies that ‘there is a designated senior member of staff in charge of safeguarding arrangements who has been trained to the appropriate level and understands their responsibilities relating to the protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults and the safeguarding of all learners.’ Inspecting safeguarding in early years, education and skills settings, October 2018. This training is designed to meet the training requirements of Designated Safeguarding Officers working in education.  The event will give attendees the opportunity to explore the requirements of the role in detail, wider considerations for safeguarding in educational environments and identify best practice. The training is interactive and thought provoking. All staff should receive training when first undertaking this role, and thereafter on a 2 yearly basis as a minimum. Ofsted state ‘Designated members of staff in schools and colleges should be a senior member of the school or college leadership team and they should undertake safeguarding training every two years and their knowledge and skills should be refreshed at regular intervals, but at least annually’. Inspecting safeguarding in early years, education and skills settings, October 2018. What does the training include? This one day training event includes key information for anyone undertaking the role of a Designated Safeguarding Officer. It will allow attendees time for reflection and discussion on key topics the affect safeguarding in their schools and colleges.  Following the event, attendees will able to: describe the role and responsibilities of the designated safeguarding officer describe the key legislation and guidance that informs your setting’s policy for safeguarding and welfare, including Ofsted requirements investigate attitudes and beliefs regarding child abuse and the impact of these on professional practice understand the barriers that prevent children from reporting abuse identify the barriers that prevent staff from reporting concerns and how to overcome them making decisions about the steps to take when concerns about a child have been identified understand what may happen following a referral identify issues around recording and sharing information, including confidentiality recognise the emotional impact of safeguarding, the importance of supervision and  personal support reflect on your organisation’s action plan, policy and procedures This course is inline with the latest legislation and guidance, including: Working together to safeguard children Keeping children safe in education Inspecting safeguarding in early years, education and skills settings. About the trainer The tutor is Rick Olver. As an experienced practitioner in FE and Community Education, Rick was Vice Principal and Lead Designated Safeguarding Officer at a Community College. He led the development of robust safeguarding systems, embedding them across the organisation to meet the changing requirement of Ofsted. He was their nominee at their successful inspections. He created strong links across the Local Authority developing  a specific centre for Learners with Profound and Multiple Disabilities and Difficulties. Rick was involved with Regional Groupings looking at Safeguarding across the FE spectrum but also specifically the 16-18 year old students and apprentices.

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