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What SAFE's Clients Are Saying About Our Trainers

"Never an easy subject but the trainer was a breath of fresh air!  He set the scene, was warm and friendly but very professional, really took an interest in individuals, delivered with a very calm approach and warned staff when a potentially heavy element was coming – all in all everyone learned loads and I want to get my dates set for early next year to book him in again!"

Maria Price Project Co-Ordinator - Home-Start Mid Suffolk


SAFE Open House Training Courses 2016

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  Face to Face Bespoke Training Sessions

SAFE provides a wide variety of safeguarding related courses to organisations of all sizes, across all sectors. Whether you are a leisure sector, care sector, healthcare or education provider, chances are we will have a course to match your needs. And with our experienced trainers - all selected for their professional multi-agency backgrounds as social workers, head teachers, police officers and Ofsted inspectors involved with safeguarding, we are able to bring a wealth of experience that our clients and partners can capitalise on.

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For bespoke Face to Face Training to meet your own in-house needs, Please follow this link.

 

For all face to face training enquiries, or to get a quote please email:  help@safecic.co.uk


Early Years Training Courses

The Roles and Responsibilities of the Designated Person (Group 3)

This 6 hour course is for all those who have responsibility for referral and subsequent involvement with families throughout any additional processes (CAF / CIN / CP). This interactive course will consider your role and responsibility via policies, referrals, working with other professionals and supporting staff.

The following workshops, although not directly related to Safeguarding, are an important and often crucial element to consider when observing and making professional judgements about children:

Thinking Positively about Children's Behaviour

This 6 hour course will discuss, through interactive group work and facilitation, the what, why and how of behaviour and consider the importance of developing resilience in children. We will also compare and contrast positive strategies to meet the needs of the unique child.

The Importance of Children's Emotional Well Being and Social Development

In this workshop we will explore brain development, attachment, acknowledging feelings, making relationships and ways forward to increase a child's self-esteem, sense of identity and confidence. It is also important to acknowledge the adult's role within this process and therefore some teamwork exercises and personal reflection will be an integral part of this day.

Exploring how to use the United Nations Rights of the Child in Everyday Practice

Children's Rights are an integral part of the early years ethos and is something that perhaps has not been given the attention it deserves. In this workshop you will use various Articles to explore how this can be addressed in your practice and how children, parents and other professionals can benefit from using this model.

Becoming More Assertive

This workshop will help you to identify areas for personal and professional development, feel more confident as an employer and employee, examine the 'iceberg' within us all and develop strategies to take you forward in a positive way.

Course Descriptions

Standard Child Safeguarding Training Courses

Target group: This course is a “must” for all those who work or volunteer directly with children, young people, and/or their families. It is carefully  designed to ensure your staff know everything they need to - from having a concern, confidentiality, recording and referring to your senior leads for safeguarding. It complies with the latest staff training standards for Ofsted and CQC.

Meeting the latest requirements of “Working Together to Safeguard Children” 2015, the course covers:

  • The latest safeguarding legislation, national and local policies and procedures
  • Recognition of child abuse concerns
  • How to respond appropriately to concerns and /or allegations
  • eSafety
  • Relevant case studies
  • Discussing best working practices

All participants receive a comprehensive training pack and SAFE Certificate, valid for 3 years

 


Child Safeguarding for Managers

Target group: This course is a “must” for all those who lead or deputise for safeguarding, or manage staff and volunteers working directly with children, young people, and/or their families. It is carefully  designed to ensure managers know everything they need; from having a concern, confidentiality, recording, managing staff allegations and making referring to both children's  social care and / or the police. It complies with the latest staff training standards for Ofsted, CQC and GDC.

It is important that delegates have a current certificate for the Standard Child Safeguarding or a local authority equivalent

Meeting the latest requirements of “Working Together to Safeguard Children” 2015, the course covers:

  • The latest safeguarding legislation, national and local policies and procedures
  • The referral of child abuse concerns and allegations
  • How to respond appropriately to concerns and /or allegations
  • Managing eSafety issues
  • Relevant case studies
  • Discussing best working practices

All participants receive a comprehensive training pack and SAFE Certificate, valid for 2 years.


 

Standard Safeguarding Disabled Children and Young People Training Course

This course is designed for all those who work or volunteer directly with disabled children, young people, and/or their families.
NSPCC research tells us that children and young people with a disability are 3.4 times more likely to be abused than those without a disability.
Therefore, it is critical for all those who work with disabled children and young people to be vigilant and aware of relevant safeguarding issues.

This 3 1/2 hour session will raise your awareness of safeguarding children and young people with a specific focus on

  • increasing your confidence in identifying and understanding the additional vulnerabilities of disabled children to abuse
  • gaining an increased understanding of possible difficulties faced by disabled children and young people in communicating their experience of abuse and strategies to support you in your communication techniques
  • understanding more about effective risk assessment within your work environment in order to prevent possible abuse to disabled children and young people
  • ensuring there is an equality of service delivery and experience of service provision for those children and young people with a disability.

All participants receive a comprehensive training pack and SAFE Certificate, valid for 3 years. This is a specialised course, which will build on your existing knowledge achieved from our Standard Child Safeguarding training.


 Standard Adult Safeguarding Courses

Target group: This course is a “must” for all those who work or volunteer directly with adults  at risk and/or their families. It is carefully  designed to ensure your staff know everything they need to from having a concern, confidentiality, recording and referring to your senior leads for safeguarding. It complies with the latest staff training standards for  CQC and reflects the Care Act 2014 and statutory guidance.

Meeting the latest legal requirements, the course covers:

  • The latest safeguarding legislation, national and local policies and procedures
  • Recognition of adult  abuse concerns
  • How to respond appropriately to concerns and /or allegations
  • eSafety
  • Relevant case studies
  • Discussing best working practices

All participants receive a comprehensive training pack and SAFE Certificate, valid for 3 years


 Wise up to the Web” eSafety CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre Think You Know Education Programme)

Accredited Thinkuknow Training

Keeping safe on-line is the latest emerging risk that young people have to manage when using new technology. Increasingly, adults are concerned about how to keep young people safe online. SAFE  CEOP Ambassadors have developed this course to provide training so that participants can then access the excellent CEOP resources available for working with children and young people aged 5-16 years.

Target group:

All those who work or volunteer directly with children, young people, and/or their families who would like to use the latest Thinkuknow resources and materials 

Designed by the SAFE CIC CEOP Ambassadors team, the course covers the:

  • latest government and local guidance for safeguarding and eSafety
  • risks children and young people face when accessing modern technology
  • points of referral for disclosures, concerns and allegations
  • preparation for delivering CEOP material and range of Thinkuknow resources available 

All participants receive a CEOP Thinkuknow Certificate

Please Note: CEOP regulations stipulate that, on the day, participants either bring their own copy of their enhanced CRB/DBS certificate or a letter from their employer/senior management confirming they have been rigorously recruited to work with children and young people.

 


 Standard Adult Safeguarding and People with Dementia Courses

Target group: This course is a “must” for all those who work or volunteer with people with dementia, their families or carers. It is carefully  designed to ensure your staff know everything they need to from having a concern, confidentiality, recording and referring to your senior leads for safeguarding in relation to people with dementia. It complies with the latest staff training standards for  CQC and the Care Act 2014 and statutory guidance.

Meeting the latest legal requirements and CQC Outcome 7 Safeguarding people who use services from abuse, the course covers:

  • An overview of dementia and issues of mental capacity
  • The latest safeguarding legislation, national and local policies and procedures
  • Recognition of adult  abuse concerns
  • How to respond appropriately to concerns and /or allegations
  • Relevant case studies
  • Discussing safer working practices

All participants receive a comprehensive training pack and SAFE Certificate, valid for 3 years

 


 

Rigorous Recruitment Courses

Target group: Aimed at all those who recruit staff and volunteers to work with children, young people, vulnerable adults and their families this course is a must for all managers, trustees and HR staff.  

With the implementation of the Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 and the scaling back of CRB/DBS checks, rigorous recruitment is now more important than ever. The course will update participants with the key changes, provide best practice information, consider supervision and management issues and also offer a practical opportunity to explore interview skills. The course is developed to ensure participants are clear about the inspection requirements of both Ofsted and CQC

Participants will receive a certificate valid for 2 years. This course is worth 4 CPD hours.

 *The price stated is for delegates from charities, commercial delegates are priced at £49 per course.

 

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