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Boost your knowledge of safeguarding procedures.
This informative, Level 2 course will improve your understanding, fill in any gaps in your knowledge, and boost your confidence.
The course is for those who: (i) assess, plan, intervene or review needs; (ii) make safeguarding referrals; or (iii) have responsibilities in relation to Section 47 Enquiries.
If you’re working with children in any capacity, you need to ensure your safeguarding training is up to date.
This course helps you identify the needs for safeguarding, what you should be looking out for to identify abuse and the next steps you can take if you have a concern for a child’s wellbeing.
Prepare yourself for making safeguarding referrals (to the police and Children’s Social Care). Looking to brush up your knowledge?
New to the topic and looking for a clear and thorough briefing – in case you are ever involved?
Either way, this course is for you.
The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) comes into force in May 2018.
If you have been tasked with handling personal data within your organisation in any significant capacity, then this course is ideal for you. This course has been written in conjunction with data privacy specialist lawyers, Clayden Law, so you can be sure we’ve got you covered.
Whether you’re working in a large, busy restaurant or catering for a small charity, it’s vital that you understand how to spot and reduce food hazards and handle food properly.
This short and informative food safety course will tell you everything you need to know about storing, preparing and serving food in a safe manner to ensure you and the people you work with, or care for, are safe from harm and kept nourished without risk.
Are you up to speed with your adult safeguarding responsibilities?
According to NHS Digital figures, in 2015-16 there were more than 100,000 individuals with enquiries under Section 42 of the Care Act, which means that almost everyone working in a care context will encounter adult safeguarding concerns in their daily lives.
First aid saves lives. Knowing what to do in an emergency can make all the difference. It’s a simple set of skills, but mastering them can have an incredible impact.
This first aid course is suitable for anyone who wants to learn first aid. It covers all the major first aid topics and includes everything from basic everyday skills to coping with emergencies and delivering child CPR.
The Care Certificate was introduced in order to raise the standard of care of elderly and vulnerable people in our society. It set out a 15-standard programme of care training for care workers, replacing the Common Induction Standards (CIS) and the National Minimum Training Standards (NMTS).
In this training suite, you’ll get all the theoretical knowledge you need to underpin the practical demonstration elements of your care certificate standards training or social worker training.
Work with adults at risk? Got responsibilities for adult safeguarding (as either a professional adviser or operational/strategic manger)?
This informative and wide-ranging course will help you identify risk, learn the importance of prevention, and determine appropriate intervention.
This course complies with Level 1 Social Care and Levels 1 & 2 Healthcare.
Whether you’re a caretaker, teacher or manager, if you’re working with children it’s essential your safeguarding knowledge is up to date. The right awareness and action could make a real difference to a young person’s life. This safeguarding course is specifically designed for anyone working in education.
The Children’s Workforce Development Council (CWDC) was set up to promote the training needs of everyone whose work is mainly with children, young people and families. When it closed in 2012, its work transferred to the Teaching Agency, Children’s Improvement Board and the Department for Education.
This comprehensive induction bundle straddles the work of all these agencies and sets out the first things you need to know when working in child’s or young person’s development.
Are you certain that the decisions you are making are in the best interests of the people in your care; especially when they are vulnerable? Are you up to speed on where the law stands regarding these decisions?
The Mental Capacity Act 2005 outlines the things you need to research, consider and assess before you make choices based on mental capacity.