E-learning

Safeguarding Network has a number of e-learning courses that can either be accessed as part of your subscription or as standalone courses.

Welcome to our library of e-learning courses.  Written by subject matter experts, we are adding more content all the time, so please check back regularly.

If you do not see what you are looking for, why not contact us and we can discuss developing a package to meet your needs.

Keeping Children Safe in Education Knowledge Check

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There is a requirement on all schools in Keeping Children Safe in Education to ensure that their staff “understand and discharge their role and responsibilities as set out in Part one of this guidance.”  Our quiz asks questions about the information in Part one and Annex A of the guidance, testing knowledge and understanding.  This allows DSLs to be assured and be able to evidence that staff understand the requirements placed on them by this statutory guidance and also support if there are specific areas where further training is required.

Introduction to Safeguarding

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All staff need to have a basic understanding of safeguarding and child protection. Developed initially for Safeguarding Children Boards, our highly rated training provides a basic understanding of safeguarding and child protection, as well as considering specific issues that staff need to be aware of.

Introduction to Domestic Abuse

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Domestic abuse is an issue that affects us all, either directly or through knowing people who have experienced abusive relationships. Our online learning looks at the prevalence of domestic abuse, the impact on individuals, signs and symptoms and what we should do if we have concerns. Developed in conjunction with domestic abuse services, this course provides a general awareness of domestic abuse.

Managing Allegations and the role of the LADO

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In order to keep children and young people safe there needs to be a clear process for responding to allegations. This online learning considers what may trigger an allegation being escalated to involve the Local Authority Designated Officer, and what the subsequent process it. There is also discussion about low level concerns and the need to respond appropriately to these.