Safeguarding Children Level 3 (DSL)

Course information

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.

We recommend that those taking this course should have previously attended the Safeguarding Children Level 2 course so that they have an up-to-date understanding of child protection and safeguarding. 

Developed in line with the Department for Education’s Keeping children safe in education guidance (2018), this training course follows the safeguarding framework for England.


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Further information about this qualification

Course Delivery -  This course is delivered mainly in video Format using VIMEO and YOUTUBE and backed up with some text.

Certification – Valid for 2 Years and Ofsted and local council recognised and is available to download and print once completed.

Duration: Approx 2-6 hours to complete.

Progression - We would suggest the Safer Recruitment in Education course.

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Safeguarding Children Designated Officer Level 3

  1. Course Overview
  2. The Designated Officer / Keeping Children Safe in Education
  3. Defining Safeguarding
  4. Conceptions
  5. Vulnerable Children
  6. Influencing Factors
  7. The Protection
  8. Defining Child Abuse
  9. The Hidden Face
  10. Types and Forms
  11. Physical abuse
  12. Emotional Abuse
  13. Neglect
  14. Sexual Abuse
  15. Bullying
  16. E-Safety
  17. LGBTQ Awareness, FGM and Forced Marriage
  18. The Prevent Duty
  19. Recognising Signs
  20. Child Protection Law
  21. Procedures
  22. Disclosure
  23. Recording
  24. Referrals
  25. Post Referrals
  26. Section 11
  27. Sharing of Information
  28. Safer Recruitment