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Safeguarding Children eLearning

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This course introduces the roles, responsibilities and rights when it comes to safeguarding children. You will learn the potential indicators of child abuse, the rights of the child, and the impact a parent or carer’s wellbeing can have on a child. Ultimately, by the end of the course you will understand the steps you should take if you have concerns for a child’s wellbeing.

Who is the Course For?

Anyone with responsibility for the welfare of children

Syllabus

  • Recognise the potential indicators of child abuse – physical, emotional, sexual and neglect, including radicalisation, child trafficking and female genital mutilation
  • Understand the impact a parent or carer’s physical and mental health can have on the wellbeing of a child or young person, including the impact of domestic violence
  • Understand the importance of a child’s rights in the safeguarding/child protection context
  • Know what action to take if you have concerns, including to whom you should report your concerns and seek advice
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the risks associated with the internet and social networking
  • The basics of safeguarding legislation

Prerequisite

There are no other prerequisites for this course

Course Duration

20 – 40 minutes

Awarding Body

N/A - Learners will be able to download a completion certificate on successfully completing the course

Qualification Code

SGCEL

Delivery Type

eLearning.

Maximum Learners Per Tutor

N/A

Assessment Method

Multiple choice exam paper.

Re-Qualification

There is no requirement to requalify this course, however, learners should undertake regular CPD and some work settings will require staff to undergo refresher training on a regular basis.

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