Safeguarding Children and Young People Training Course

Safeguarding Children and Young People Training Course (3-hour)

It is essential that all staff have up-to-date knowledge of child protection procedures when working with children and young people. This program supports learners in understanding their roles and responsibilities in the safeguarding arena and teaches current legislation and practices in the safeguarding process.

This 3-hour programme is designed around Government legislation and guidance, updating participants on how to identify abuse, report concerns, recognise risks, and understand what happens after a referral to social care has been made.

The training is delivered by Specialist Registered Nurses with extensive knowledge and experience in safeguarding practice.

Course content includes:

 

A Certificate of Attendance is awarded on completion of the course.

£450 for groups of up to 20 people (quotes provided for larger numbers).

The course can be delivered at your venue* or virtually face-to-face on a date and time that suits you.

For further details on our Safeguarding Children and Young People Training Course and to make a booking, please contact us at 020 8720 6635 or email us at info@teachhealth.co.uk.. Alternatively, you can complete our booking enquiry form and we will get straight back to you.

* Face-to-face training is available for venues in London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire.

Safeguarding children and young people training courses for school and college staff.

Booking Enquiry
  • We provide interactive virtual training and can offer face-to-face training at venues in London, Hertfordshire, Essex and Cambridge.

    All our courses are tailored to your needs. Let us know what you are looking for, and we will deliver a bespoke course to your specifications.

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