Online Safer Recruitment

£280.00

This online full-day course, delivered by accredited Safer Recruitment Consortium trainers, enables schools to meet statutory requirements and to improve processes that help deter, reject or identify people who might abuse children or who are otherwise unsuited to working with them and identifies ways settings can create safer environments with a culture of vigilance.

£280.00

38 in stock

£280.00

38 in stock

£280.00

38 in stock

Description

During this course, delivered as live online training, delegates will improve their:

  •  Awareness of the scale of abuse and the need to create and maintain a safer culture within the school or service, identifying which key features of recruitment help to deter or prevent the appointment of unsuitable people
  • Awareness and understanding of offender behaviour, characteristics of abusers and of how child sex abusers typically operate within organisations
  • Knowledge and understanding of safer recruitment procedures including conducting structured interviews and consider practices which minimise the opportunities for abuse, encourage its prompt reporting and think about how to create and maintain an ongoing culture of vigilance

For more information, please contact us.

Very informative. I feel a lot more confident in my knowledge of safer recruitment since completing the training and it has been a refresher in overall safeguarding. The facilitators were excellent.Safeguarding Manager, Greet Primary School

The day was really informative and thought provoking. It clarified up to date requirements in relation to safer recruitment and also gave several examples of good practice. The materials provided were also very helpful. The delivery was paced well to allow time for thought and reflection.Headteacher, St Augustine’s Catholic Primary

Clear training around a very difficult issue. I am feeling more confident in my chair role that I can offer strategic oversight of safer recruitment and safeguarding.Chair of Governors, Acocks Green Primary School

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