Online Standard Child Safeguarding Course CET Optics
3 CET Points
This course takes an hour to complete and is suitable for all those who work, or volunteer, directly with children, young people, their families and /or carers in all sectors
By the end of the course learners will be able to:
Name the key relevant legislation and government guidance relevant to fulfilling the statutory duty of care for the welfare of young patients under the Children Act 2004
Describe appropriately the signs and symptoms of the possible abuse or neglect of the children and young people with whom they come into contact
Explain which individuals, organisations and reference documents they should refer to, and take advice from, if concerned about a child or young person's wellbeing
Be aware of referral pathways and the importance of information-sharing and accurate recording
Describe how to evaluate risk when considering whether or not to request consent to share information about a child or young person with the statutory authorities
To consider issues of best working practice and professional conduct
- Legislation and guidance for safeguarding children
- The recognition and types of child abuse
- How to respond to concerns and what to do in the event of a disclosure
- Who to contact when there is a child protection concern
- Fulfilling your "duty of care"
- Safer practice and keeping children safe
- Course assessment, downloads and feedback
This SAFE cic quality assured levels One and Two course meets the training requirements of local Safeguarding Partnerships, Boards and/or Committees, the Care Quality Commission and represents 3.00 CET points The course includes a certificate and a comprehensive digital training pack
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