Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) training SCHOOL STAFF ONLY
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Aim: To support Designated Safeguarding Leads in schools to meet their responsibilities in relation to this role
- Describe the national and local context in relation to safeguarding children
- Identify emerging concerns and key messages from local and national research and Serious Case Reviews
- Describe the role and responsibilities of the Designated Safeguarding Lead
- Develop a plan for further development to keep children safe in your school
Who is it for: The course is for DSL's in schools who have already attended core safeguarding training. If you do not work in a school ad would like this level training please book on 'Managing Safeguarding in your Organisation'
Time: This is a one day course
Certificate: Full attendance is mandatory to qualify for a certificate which you will receive on completion of evaluation on line.
Prerequisite: To have completed Basic Safeguarding or equivalent within 3 years; Early Help & Child Protection training or equivalent experience. To be undertaking the DSL or deputy role in school, or progressing into this role.