Safeguarding Awareness Training (Half Day)


Safeguarding training is designed for individuals who work with children, young people and vulnerable adults.

The aim of the training is to provide attendees with an understanding of current safeguarding legislation and guidance in addition to information about what to do if a safeguarding concern is raised.


This training is suitable for individuals working with children, young people or vulnerable adults who require an understanding of safeguarding, but are not the designated Safeguarding Lead within a school, college or other relevant organisation.

The training is run as a 3 hour workshop and covers the following:
• Safeguarding legislation and guidance
• Indicators of abuse or neglect
• Making judgements
• Communicating worries or concerns

Attendees at this course will receive a certificate of competence that is issued by the trainer to show evidence of attendance at the training. This training does not provide a nationally recognised qualification.

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