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This e-learning module provides the essential information as outlined in UK legislation, in addition to your moral duty for safeguarding children. The training makes clear both the employer’s and employee’s responsibility in addition to assisting with the practical application.
The module explains what safeguarding children actually means and identifies the four different forms of abuse that children can be subject to. It also demonstrates how child abuse can show itself and what you need to look out for when working with children and their families. The training addresses what you should do if you suspect abuse or have received information that may indicate child abuse, systematically guiding you through what steps should be taken to protect both the people you are working with and yourself.
By the end of this course you will have learned:
• How the law defines child safeguarding.
• Your moral and legal duty for safeguarding children.
• The legal background to child safeguarding.
• The four different forms of abuse that children can suffer.
• How abuse can show itself in children.
• What signs to look out for that may indicate a child is suffering abuse.
• What to do if you suspect abuse or it is reported to you.
• How to respond should you fear a child is in immediate danger.
• How to talk to a child about abuse.
• How to provide a safe environment for children.
• How to protect yourself against allegations of abuse.
• What information should be included in a child safeguarding policy.
• The importance of interacting positively with children.
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