Safeguarding

25 March 2021 — Safeguarding Children with Disabilities

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Free
CSCP_Course23

Course: Safeguarding Children with Disabilities
Date: 25th March 2021 — 9.30am-4.30pm
Trainer: Rahana Hussain, Independent Safeguarding and Child Protection Training Consultant
Location: Virtual — Microsoft Teams

Course Description:
This one-day event is for multi-agency practitioners who require development in their knowledge of safeguarding children and young people with disabilities.

Course Objectives:
Participants will have:

— Developed their knowledge about the ways in which disabled children and young people can be at risk of significant harm.
— Gained an insight into the ways in which parents and carers of disabled children can be supported.
— Increased their confidence in working with disabled children and their families.

Target Audience:
This event is suitable for professionals in all Working Together Groups and meets the requirements of Level 3 of the Intercollegiate Document.

Due to the current social distancing restrictions in place in light of COVID-19, the CSCP has worked with our experienced trainers to ensure that safeguarding training can still be made available to multi-agency partners. Although, there will be some changes for all delegates to note prior to booking:

Delegates need to apply to join the course.
— All sessions will be held virtually — please make sure you can access Microsoft Teams or Zoom (these will be the preferred platforms for safeguarding training).
— Some session will require you to review a handout pack which will be sent to you in advance with instructions.
— Be aware that no online platform is completely secure, so keep questions general, and avoid giving any information that could be used to identify a child or family.
— Always keep your speaker on mute if you’re not speaking to reduce background noise.
— Please do not use any other devices while you’re taking part in the conference.
— Please take note of the allocated break and lunch times set during the training and behave as if you were in a ‘real’ training room.

Failure of any of the above will result in the delegate not receiving their certificate of accreditation.

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