This course details processes, principles, roles and responsibilities outlined in National and local guidance, for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
Who is it for?
All DSCP training promotes that safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. As such this course is relevant for practitioners and managers across the range of adult and children’s services and is for all practitioners who work with parents, carers, children and young people.
For multi-agency practitioners to have an understanding of the safeguarding process at the appropriate level of need for the welfare of children
By the end of the session, participants will:
- Understand how to make a referral to the appropriate level of intervention for a child they have concerns about
- Be aware of the statutory requirements governing consent, confidentiality and information sharing in relation to a child when there are concerns
- Have an awareness of roles and responsibilities throughout the child protection process, including the meetings within the system
- Understand the importance of chronologies
- Have considered the findings from recent national safeguarding reports
This course is free to agencies that are members of the Durham Safeguarding Children Partnership including the Voluntary and Charitable sector. For Private Organisations there is a charge of £30 per course per person.
There is an expectation that participants commit to complete the full course. A certificate of attendance is only issued once pre-learning and the evaluation has been completed and returned. If these haven’t been completed within 8 weeks of the course date you will be charged a non-completion fee of £10.
Please note there is a late cancellation charge of £5 if you cancel a course within 5 working days of the course running.