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Robin Watts

Robin Watts

Robin Watts is an international safeguarding expert and independent trainer specialising in delivering child protection training to schools. He has delivered safeguarding training to over 280 international schools in over 70 countries worldwide and is a former detective for the Metropolitan Police, including spending 10 years working in the child abuse arena.

Robin is a worldwide specialist in delivering child abuse awareness training to schools, charities and volunteers and training the designated people in organisations in an advanced level of child protection.

He has delivered training to and consulted with in excess of 1000 schools in the UK and all over the world. He has delivered safeguarding training, and assisted in the child protection procedures, policies, and practices. He also helps schools to get ready for the Ofsted inspection process and, to date, all schools he has worked with have achieved ‘Outstanding’ in the safeguarding arena.

Robin is a registered consultant with COBIS, does social work and lectures at universities. He is a former murder detective for the Metropolitan Police and during the latter part of his career worked predominantly in the child abuse arena, spending 5 years as a child abuse investigator before becoming a trainer/instructor/consultant.

Robin Watts's Webinars

Safeguarding and Child Protection Strategies to Support Vulnerable and Disadvantaged Pupils After Remote Education

  • 15th April 15th Apr 11:00am

This webinar will offer headteachers, school leaders, safeguarding leads, SENDCOs and teachers with an insight into strategies to provide essential support to vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils and identify those at risk upon their return to school after a period of remote education.

Preparing for Your September Return: How to Conduct a School Safeguarding Audit

  • Available On Demand

In this webinar, international safeguarding expert Robin Watts will discuss how schools can successfully audit their existing safeguarding arrangements to make sure that they are policy compliant for the new academic year and have the necessary plans in place for quality assurance purposes and implementing best practice.