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Free sample training pack and safeguarding updates for Designated Safeguarding Leads

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Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020 consultation

There is an increased emphasis on staff understanding of the impact of child criminal exploitaiton, harmful practices, partner violence, peer-on-peer abuse and online safety in the proposed Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020 guidance, together with increased accountability of leaders and governors to ensure there is a whole school safeguarding approach. Visit safeguarding.network/kcsie for more detailed information, subscribe to our bulletin below and join Safeguarding Network for in-house training packs to support your staff on every area covered in the guidance.

I use Safeguarding Network – well worth the subscription fee, pre made training and massive wealth of resources on there!” – DSL

“It does exactly what it says on the tin – a huge time-saver” – Head of Student Services/DSL

“It’s brilliant – you must have found it a game-changer?” – Ofsted inspector to member school

What is safeguarding network?

Designated Safeguarding Leads have more to do and often less time to do it in. We help by collecting the resources you need into one place with expert advice. Join up with other DSLs to access training resources for your staff, audit tools, a termly safeguarding magazine and more.

We’ve kept our costs low and the value high. For £99 a term your school has full access to:

  • all our 15 minute update training packs
  • safeguarding news and articles
  • forums with other DSLs
  • scenarios to run with your team
  • heavily discounted online learning
  • our safeguarding magazine for staff
  • training discounts
  • initial safeguarding advice
  • audit tools to check your work

Be part of the network with other DSLs. Subscribe now.

Enter your details below for our free fortnightly safeguarding bulletin

Rolling out KCSiE in your school

Keeping Children Safe in Education requires designated safeguarding leads to support and develop their staff group in over 30 different topic areas.  Safeguarding Network helps structure your approach with learning resources, audit tools, sample policies and short learning pieces for your staff that help you evidence how you keep children safe in your school.

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Expert knowledge

Short training sessions designed by experts in the field on each of the safeguarding themes focused on how these issues might arise in schools, what to look for and what to do.  Access to related resources and the option to seek independent advice about situations in your school. Access a sample on our domestic abuse page, or see all our subject areas on the resources page.

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Your finger on the pulse

Know what is happening in the wider safeguarding world, with briefings on new research, trends in behaviour, changes in guidance and how they might be relevant to your school.

Subscribe now and receive fortnightly updates to your inbox

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Personal accounts to track progress

Each member of your staff has an account which records their training and development.  DSLs and administrators can quickly and easily access whole school reports.

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  • Price

    FREE

    What you get

    • Forum for DSLs and Governors (registration required)
    • Fortnightly safeguarding updates
    • Local networking opportunities
    • Basic resource base
  • Termly subscription

    £99 Schools and Colleges

    Subscribe today

    • All our 15 minute briefings
    • DSL and Governor materials and updates
    • Audit tools to check your practice
    • Initial safeguarding advice
    • Education safeguarding magazine
    • Huge elearning discounts, from 99p per person
    • Detailed resource base with downloadable content
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  • Paid for services

    • Face to face School and DSL training
    • e-learning
    • Local forum facilitation
    • Audits and consultancy
    • Telephone and face to face advice
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