Teach Secondary had five categories at the heart of secondary teaching and learning – curriculum impact, assessment, safeguarding, SEND and CPD – and compiled a shortlist of 30 finalists; six per category.
You will be invoiced £250 as we are based in the United Kingdom.
About the Course
Duration: 141 mins (approx)
Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) should take lead responsibility for all safeguarding and child protection matters in schools. They should attend training in order to effectively carry out their role and must be aware of the relevant statutory safeguarding requirements, legislative duties, Ofsted regulation and child protection frameworks.
Our Essential CPD course in the role of a designated safeguarding lead provides you with the core content you need to ensure adherence with all of your safeguarding obligations. Delivered in high-quality video CPD format that has been skilfully organised for busy workloads and is accessible on any device, anytime, anywhere, our Advanced Designated Safeguarding Lead training has been designed to provide maximum learning potential in the leanest, most cost effective and most time-efficient manner.
Delivered by subject matter expert, Lorna Ponambalum, the course has been divided into nine easily digestible modules and contains links to further learning and resources throughout, with knowledge tests and assessments to help you evidence your safeguarding compliance.
Designed in line with the following policies
Module 1: Introduction to safeguarding
In module 1, you will understand why safeguarding training is important, define the difference between safeguarding and child protection, discuss who is responsible for safeguarding and explore the duty of care on schools.
Module 2: Safeguarding structure and guidance
In module 2, you will learn about the key legislation and guidance that underpins safeguarding in schools. You will also cover the single assessment process, low level, emerging and complex needs, child protection concerns and safeguarding in relation to the Ofsted Education Inspection Framework.
Module 3: The role and responsibility of the designated safeguarding lead
Module 3 will discuss what you must be aware of and understand in your role as the designated safeguarding lead. It will define your role and expectations as a DSL, your responsibilities in relation to Keeping Children Safe in Education, safeguarding in response to COVID-19, safer recruitment procedures and DBS checks.
Module 4: Recognising and responding to abuse
Module 4 will provide you with an in-depth look at recognising and responding to different types of abuse. It will explore the four main categories of abuse, as well as domestic abuse, online abuse, CSE, FGM, trafficking, grooming and radicalisation. It will also cover contextual safeguarding, children at high risk and explore why children don’t always disclose information.
Module 5: Disclosures from children
In module 5, you will learn how a concern may come to your attention as a DSL and how to respond to a disclosure. You will also understand what not to do, what the key messages are that children need to hear and explore some of the main reasons why adults don’t take action.
Module 6: Responding to safeguarding concerns
Module 6 will cover how you should respond to safeguarding concerns. It will explore best practice around the sharing of information, delve deeper into the safeguarding structure and discuss the importance of Serious Case Reviews.
Module 7: Responses under the safeguarding structure
In module 7, you will learn about making referrals and contacting social care. You will learn what to include in a referral, when and how to follow up a referral, understand when and why social care do and don’t action and what to do if you don’t agree with a decision.
Module 8: Recording safeguarding concerns
Module 8 will discuss what to record in respect of safeguarding concerns, provide a number of record-keeping tips and explain how you can review your child protection records retention and storage policy.
Module 9: Management of safeguarding with staff and within settings
In module 9 you will understand what constitutes an allegation against a member of staff, explore statutory guidance in relation to KCSiE, recognise what to do when an allegation is received, how internal investigations are carried out and how to minimise allegations against staff.
Course Duration: 82 minutes (approx.) This essential CPD course provides you with the core content you need to ensure you understand the roles and responsibilities of the fire warden role and what your duties are under the latest fire legislation.
Course Duration: 26 minutes (approx.) This essential CPD course provides you with the core content you need to learn more about the health risks created by legionella bacteria, the legal responsibilities of duty holders and how to develop control measures, including risk assessments.
Course Duration: 34 minutes (approx.) Our essential CPD course provides you with the core content you need to understand the principles and practice of safe manual handling and ensure you are meeting the necessary legislative requirements.
We believe in cost-effective CPD, delivering budget friendly online seminars.
Every Course delivered by The National College is created and delivered by industry experts.
You will receive a recording of the Course whether your were able to attend or not.
You will receive any supporting materials or resources mentioned in the Course.
During checkout we will collect the contact details for your school’s finance manager.
You will receive a second email confirming your login details.
Webinars become available after their specified time and date.