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£50 exc. VAT
About the Course
Duration: 44 mins (approx)
All school staff should acquire the relevant training to equip them with the knowledge and skills to recognise modern slavery. The Home Office advises that “even staff that may only rarely be in situations where they might come across modern slavery can benefit from a basic understanding of what to look for”. With an estimated 8.4 million children in slavery in the world today, schools have a significant part to play in identifying and reporting modern slavery to help combat it.
Our essential CPD course in modern slavery provides you and your staff with the core content you need to ensure you are complying with your duty of care towards children who may be victims of modern slavery. Delivered in high-quality video CPD format that has been skilfully organised for busy workloads and is accessible on any device, anytime, anywhere, our training has been designed to provide maximum learning potential in the leanest, most cost effective and most time-efficient manner.
Delivered by international safeguarding expert, Robin Watts, this course has been divided into eight easy-to-digest modules and contains links to further learning, resources, and case studies, with an assessment at the end to help you evidence your compliance.
This course has been designed in line with the following policies:
Module 1: What is the definition of modern slavery?
Module one explains the definition of slavery with a focus on its prevalence in today’s society. You will learn why modern slavery is still an issue in the UK as well as the various types of slavery.
Module 2: Modern slavery in today’s world
Module two explores the scale of modern slavery with statistics to evidence it. It also cites the Modern Slavery Helpline and reveals why prosecuting can be difficult in modern slavery cases.
Module 3: Signs of modern slavery
Module three explores the signs of modern slavery and how best to recognise them, including what indicators to look out for in the classroom.
Module 4: Victims and barriers to disclosure
Module four explores how modern slavery can impact victims with a focus on the barriers that might prevent disclosures and an explanation of what debt bondage is.
Module 5: How to report modern slavery
Module five focuses on reporting and what the National Referral Mechanism is, how it works and why First Responders are so important.
Module 6: Legislation and offences
Module six explains the legislation that surrounds modern slavery, including the rights everyone has to be free from slavery or servitude.
Module 7: Managing disclosures and reporting concerns
Module seven explores your role in relation to modern slavery, including how to respond to disclosures and actions to take when concerns have been raised about a child.
Module 8: Case studies and further resources
Module eight looks at some resources and case studies regarding modern slavery to illustrate the effects modern slavery can have on its victims.
The ultimate responsibility and accountability for data protection compliance sits with governors and trustees. They should have specific knowledge of data protection relevant to their role to ensure compliance with legislation and the ability to respond to any changes, working closely with the Data Protection Officer (DPO). If your school is found to breach GDPR rules, you may face a hefty fine and a visit from the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Senior leaders should be sufficiently aware of the content of GDPR and the Data Protection Act in order to ensure schools have the right things in place to be compliant. As per the Data Protection Act 2018, it is your legal duty to protect the personal data of your students, staff, and visitors. Any establishment that collects personal data (e.g. names, addresses, dates of births, etc) has a legal responsibility to ensure that information is gathered, processed, and stored securely. If your school is found to breach GDPR rules, you may face a hefty fine and a visit from the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Data influencers work with data on a daily basis and either create, store, enter, or decide when data will be processed. In addition to general awareness, you should have an additional level of training specific to your role in processing and handling data. As per the Data Protection Act 2018, it is your legal duty to protect the personal data of your students, staff, and visitors. If your school is found to breach GDPR rules, you may face a hefty fine and a visit from the Information Commissioner’s Office.
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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.