Course Duration: 1 hour 20 mins (approx) online training + self-directed learning and activities + final assessment.
Whistleblowing is something that all workers within an education setting must understand. It is important for all members of a school community to understand the procedures, legislation and guidance around whistleblowing, and its purpose, in order to keep children and young people safe.
Our Essential CPD course on whistleblowing in schools provides you and your staff with the core content you require to effectively respond to and make any whistleblowing disclosures. Our course is delivered in high-quality video CPD format that has been skilfully organised for busy workloads and is accessible on any device, anywhere, anytime. Our whistleblowing training has been designed to provide maximum learning potential in the leanest, most cost-effective and time-efficient manner possible.
Delivered by our subject matter expert, Stephen Burnage, the course contains links to further learning, resources and activities throughout, with knowledge assessments and reflection questions to help you evidence your county lines training compliance.
Designed in-line with the following policies:
• Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSiE)
- Understand what whistleblowing is, what purpose it serves and what form that it can take in an education setting, such as schools and colleges.
- Be aware of what legislation, guidance, and policy there is around whistleblowing in an education setting and how this applies to you.
- Understand what whistleblowing disclosures look like in practice when in an education setting.
- Know what constitutes a whistleblowing complaint and when it is appropriate to whistle-blow when in an education setting.
- Appreciate the moral and ethical dilemmas associated with whistleblowing in schools and education settings.