Child Protection Training (for Staff in Regulated Activity)

Child Protection Training (for Staff in Regulated Activity)

Fully updated in line with KCSIE 2023, the Child Protection course is our core safeguarding course focusing on the key elements of child protection best practice.

The Child Protection Pack is made up of two courses, differentiated for those in Regulated Activity and those not in Regulated Activity roles.

Module 1
  • An introduction to legislation and statutory requirements within educational settings
  • Working Together to Safeguard Children
Module 2
  • Keeping children safe in education
  • (KCSIE) and the historical development of this guidance
Module 3
  • KCSIE 2022
  • The latest version of Keeping children safe in education KCSIE 2023
Module 4
  • Sexual violence and sexual harassment between children in schools & colleges.
Module 5
  • The principles of Child Protection
  • Confidentiality
  • Categories and types of abuse
  • Signs and symptoms of abuse
  • Data analysis
  • Vulnerability factors
  • Contextual safeguarding
  • The relationship between risk factors and resilience factors
Module 6
  • The role of the Governing Body / Trustee Board
  • The role of the Head Teacher / Principal
  • The role of Designated Safeguarding Leads / Named Persons
  • The role of QTS
  • The role of staff
Module 7
  • Child Protection
  • Child in Need and EHA plans
  • Multi-agency working
  • Inspection requirements
  • Critical Incident Planning
Module 8
  • Domestic abuse
  • Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
  • Breast Ironing
  • Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
  • Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE)
Module 9
  • Forced Marriage
  • Honour Based Abuse (HBA)
  • Prevent Duty
  • Child–on–child abuse
  • County Lines
  • Serious Violence

Our training is applicable to the following educational settings: Primary Schools, Primary Academies, Secondary Schools, Secondary Academies, Private Nurseries, Maintained Nurseries, Public Schools, Free Schools, Pupil Referral Units, and SEND Schools.

To fulfil the latest HM Government statutory guidance, we have included 2 versions of this training (you will have access to both verions)-

1. Child Protection for Staff in Regulated Activity Roles:

  • All existing staff – Teachers, LSAs, HLTAs, TAs, Support Staff
  • All new recruits in roles named above as part of the induction process
  • Named governors / trustees for safeguarding & child protection
  • Volunteers (if volunteering in Regulated Activity roles)

The Admin dashboard

Our system requires no complicated setup. From the Admin Dashboard simply copy and send an invitation email to your staff with the login details for your school or academy. Once your staff commence training, all progress, results and CPD certificates are presented in the Admin Dashboard as evidence of training.

The Training site

Staff complete a course via any PC, Mac, Smartphone or Tablet. Each course is made up of an engaging multimedia presentation created using 3D animation, comprehensive course notes and a fully tracked multiple-choice assessment. On completion, staff can view and print their CPD accredited certificate.

All courses are kept up-to-date with any changes in legislation or policy ensuring practice in your school or academy is compliant with current requirements.

Time to complete course

Approximately 4 hours, 30 minutes

Course Video duration

3 hours, 37 minutes

CPD points

  • Provides a training audit trail to evidence compliance with statutory requirements on inspection
  • Stores certificates for future access

Includes access to selected Safeguarding Webinars.

In England, the education sector has moved away from working to levels with educational settings following the training standards set out in the key statutory document Keeping children safe in education (KCSIE). Please check out our article: What safeguarding courses match levels 1, 2, 3 and 4?

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