"To offer personalised consultancy, training and development across the education sector. Our ethos is that collaboration gets the best results, between our partners, our services and our customers."
"Providing innovation, excellence and expertise to schools and academies across London and the South East."
18 Jun 2020 09:30 – 16:30
This course is for Senior / Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads in schools, Early Years settings and colleges and fulfils the statutory requirement for accredited training every two years. It will provide you with a clear understanding of the key responsibilities of this role and how to carry them out effectively in your setting.
This course covers:•The key responsibilities of the Designated Safeguarding Lead•An overview of statutory guidance relevant to your role•Further learning about recognising and responding to abuse•Accessing training and support•Pathways for referral, assessment and early intervention•Procedures for recording and sharing of information, including consent•How to create a positive safeguarding ethos, for children and for adults•Learning from serious case reviews relevant to education settings•Engaging with parents and families, and working with external services and agencies•Acting as a source of advice and support for other staff and adults in your setting
All courses should be booked via our portal. Click ‘Book Now’ to log in and secure your place. If you do not have a user account for our portal please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the completed new user request form (found below) or call 020 8241 5460.Book Now
All courses should be booked via our portal. Click ‘Book Now’ to log in and secure your place. If you do not have a user account for our portal please contact email@example.com with the completed new user request form (found below) or call 020 8241 5460.
Octavo Partnership (OCT-TR1 / Octavo Training Room 1), 4th Floor, Croydon Clocktower, Katharine Street, Croydon, CR9 1ET
For any assistance, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 8241 5460