Online Courses plus Bespoke Live Training
Blended learning has become a very popular choice with our customers. Delegates take our high quality online training courses first, and these are followed by a live bespoke training session relevant to their specific roles which is designed to extend their knowledge and demonstrate how to apply what they have learnt.
The live training can be online (via zoom) or onsite, meaning that these courses can always be delivered regardless of restrictions.
SAFEcic is offering our Blended Learning as either;
- Online Open House. For individuals and small numbers (maximum of 10 delegates total to ensure quality of training), or;
- Exclusive, complete packages run just for your organisation (Online or Onsite, maximum 20 delegates)
Delegates have the advantage of being able to work at their own pace with our online training courses. Once those are completed, they will come together with their colleagues and fellow professionals to meet one of our expert trainers in the bespoke follow up training session.
The Live training will include dealing with relevant sensitive issues, safer working practices and real life case scenarios. It also offers the chance to ask any questions the delegates may have. This allows great flexibility in their learning in addition to the massive savings in travel costs, venue costs and personnel time. Blended Learning training is normally valid for three years.
All courses can be tailored for any sector's requirements, e.g. Dental, Optician, Health, Dementia, Education, Leisure etc.
Many of our Online Blended Learning courses are offered at a fixed price and can be purchased immediately online. Our Onsite courses of necessity have an element of trainer expenses which vary according to location, and we would be happy to provide a free quotation. email@example.com
SAFEcic also offers other blended learning courses including Professional Boundaries and Management briefings. Contact us for details.
All of SAFEcic's courses are quality assured and continuously updated to reflect the Care Act 2014 and related Care and support statutory guidance, statutory guidance Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018 (updated Feb 2019), Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020, What to do if you're worried a child is being abused 2015, Ofsted, Care Quality Commission (CQC), Charity Commission, local Safeguarding Partnership, Board and/or Committee requirements and local equivalents across the UK, including the Channel Islands.
The courses also meet the educational criteria required for verifiable Continuing Professional Development under the General Dental Council Lifelong Learning Scheme and there is a CET Optic Child Safeguarding Course for Opticians.