Our Safeguarding Children Level 3 Designated Safeguarding Officer (DSL) course is for anyone who is responsible for Safeguarding Children within their establishment such as Head Teachers, Governers, Head of Years, Safeguarding Officers, Children's Home Managers, Early Years Managers, Doctors, Nurses, Dentists, Teachers and those with pastoral care responsibilities.
This course is set up for those working in settings such as Primary and Secondary Schools, Higher Education Establishments, Academies, SEN schools, Early Years Establishments, Adventure Centres, Sports Teams, Leisure centres, Care Homes, Clinics, Surgeries, Health Centres and those in management positions representing child orientated organisations.
Subjects covered in this course include:
Course Overview, The Designated Officer, Defining Safeguarding, Conceptions, Vulnerable Children, Influencing Factors, The Protection, Defining Child Abuse, The Hidden Face, Types and Forms, Physical Abuse, Emotional Abuse, Neglect, Sexual Abuse, Bullying, E-safety, LGBT+ Awareness, FGM, Forced Marriage, The Prevent Duty, Recognising Signs, Child Protection Law, Protection, Policies and Procedures, Disclosure, Recording, Referrals, Post Referrals, Section 11, Sharing of Information, Safer Recruitment, Taking the next Step and Latest updates.
The latest updates are in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education September 2020.
Further information about this qualification
Course Delivery: Online.
Certification: Valid for 2 Years. Download and print your certificate.
Accreditation: CPD, 4 points. www.thecpdaccreditation.group, 71 Shelton Street, London. WC2H 9JQ, 0208 3966 340
Duration: Approx. 4 hours to complete.
Recognised by: Ofsted, ISI, ISA, HMIE, Estyn, Sports and Medical regulating bodies and childminding agencies.
Progression - We would suggest the Safer Recruitment in Education course.
FREE Updates - you are welcome to look back over the course modules for a further 12 months from your course completion date.
This First Aid e-Learning Refresher Course is a great way to keep up to date with the latest practices.