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Code: DTSA/20/0023 Safeguarding Level 3 Initial Training (EVENT FULL)

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Introduction
We are pleased to offer a suite of certificated Safeguarding Courses and Events to support schools to achieve the highest levels of effectiveness. We want to provide high quality training, that is accessible and affordable. The programme is suitable for schools (Early Years to Post 16).

Who Should Attend?
This course if for leaders and staff who hold a designated or lead Safeguarding responsibility in schools and Early Years settings who have no previous Level 3 training but who have undertaken basic Levels 1 and 2 training.

Course Content

The course will cover:

·         Key partnerships as well as roles and responsibilities in safeguarding

·         Categories of abuse and signs and symptoms

·         The statutory framework for safeguarding including  KCSiE 2021 and Working together

·         Information sharing protocols

·         Contextural and specific safeguarding issues

·         The framework for the assessment of children in need

·         The role of the Designated Safeguarding Lead

·         Thresholds and referral processes

·         The “Prevent” duty

·         Recording

·         Race and culture in safeguarding

·         Safe professional practice

·         Responding to allegations against staff/volunteers

·         Inpection judgements and best practice in safeguarding

·         Online safety

·         Safeguarding over 16s

Drawing on the experience of delegates, the programme will be delivered through a combination of short presentations, group exercises, case studies and discussion. Please note there is an element of pre-course reading.

  
Course Venue
Room 912 | Skills Centre| Okehampton College

About the trainer
Jane Lake is the Director for Safeguarding for the Dartmoor MAT and Senior Associate for Safeguarding for Dartmoor TSA. Until March 2018, Jane was the Education Safeguarding Officer for Babock LDP. She has over 20 years of working in the field of Child Protection and Safeguarding. She is a nationally accredited safer recruitment trainer and delivered training for Devon County Council and the LSCB (DCFP) for many years.

Course Fee
TSSW Members £85 per delegate | Other Colleagues £115 per delegate. 

Lunch and refreshments are provided.


Get In Touch
Contact Fiona McNeile for information about booking and arrangements fmcneile@teachingschools-sw.org.uk

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 26 January 2021 09:30 - 15:30 Okehampton College Map
DTSA

Code: ECTSA/21/0011 Thrive: The Power of Authenticity

About this Course

Strengthening relationships using the Vital Relational Functions

Would you like to refine your relational skills? Are you interested in exploring the nuances of human interaction in more depth? Do you want to extend your Thrive practice and build on what you already know? In this workshop, we will be deepening our understanding of the Vital Relational Functions (VRFs) – a central part of how we learn to be in relationship as Thrive practitioners. When we begin our Thrive journey, we tend to see the VRFs as part of our toolkit for meeting the needs of children when they are dysregulated.

The focus of this workshop is on developing and broadening our use of the VRFs so that we can start to apply them in all of our relationships, adapting them according to the person and the context. In particular, we will be looking at the significance of ruptures in relationships when things go wrong, exploring the challenges of these moments and how skilful repair can ultimately serve to strengthen the relationship.

The workshop includes opportunities to practice the VRFs in a safe and supportive environment, as well as space to reflect on your practice and guidance on how to implement your new learning back in your setting.

You will come away from the workshop with:
- a deeper understanding of the VRFs
- practical experience of using the VRFs in action
- examples of how to share the VRFs with colleagues
- knowledge of how to use the power of relationship to greater effect in both your setting and your life

CPD points: 5
Trainer: Sarah Roberts
Location: Online delivery, via Zoom

Cost: £50 per person for Teaching Schools South West Members (£65 if direct through Thrive)
Please note: Delegates will need to access this session on their own device.

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 26 January 2021 13:30 - 15:30 Online Delivery Map
ECTSA

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