Safeguarding Children with Disabilities
Spend time or work with disabled children? Perhaps you’re a sole carer for a disabled child?
Shocking as it is, these vulnerable youngsters can be unsuspecting targets for abuse.
This highly engaging e-learning seminar highlights what to look out for and how to put a stop to any unwanted behaviour towards a child.
All of our courses have been independently accredited as conforming to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
All our courses are accessed through Blue LMS, Me Learning’s own Learning Management System.
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Purchases of 10 or more courses will automatically recieve a 10% discount at checkout. We also offer discounts to charities and organisations looking to buy licenses in bulk. Contact us for more information.
8 reviews for Safeguarding Children with Disabilities
Pleasantly surprised. Information was to the point and the most important elements that I need to remember were there.
Very informative, excellent information, lots of food for thought.
I found this course to be an extremely valuable course.
It made me consider my knowledge, made me aware where I need to improve and generally I am really enjoying this course.
A very good clear and concise course with accurate facts of child disability and abuse.
The course was informative and I learnt a lot.
I have learned a lot and it’s good for people who work with children with disabilities. It has enhanced my knowledge.
This is a good overview of an emotive and complex problem.It is probably a good introduction to anyone who wanted to study this further.
I thought that the course was very informative and helped me understand more about abuse in children with disabilities.
This course was useful as it allowed me to complete it on line and i could also access it at home. It audio allowed the content to be absorbed together with the visual text.
This course was easy to follow and to understand because of how it was set out . I found it interesting as there was not any jargon and it was explained in a way I could learn from
Child sexual exploitation (CSE) comes in many forms, whether undertaken by individuals, gangs or groups. The perpetrators often using the internet as a medium for grooming. Working as a frontline employee can mean facing many difficult situations and making some tough decisions. This e-learning safeguarding course bundle is perfect for anyone working with children who needs to access child protection training online or who wants to brush up on their safeguarding e-learning skills.£30.00 Per license (Exc VAT) Add to basket
Physical abuse can have a long-lasting and damaging effect on an individual. But children are very rarely abused by strangers. In fact, abusers are more likely to be someone who comes into close, regular contact. Abusers can be teachers, next-door neighbours or a member of the family and this can make it harder for children to want to disclose.£20.00 Per license (Exc VAT) Add to basket
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