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Church in London – Initial Safeguarding Training Course
This is an introductory basic training course for all saints who work directly with children and/or young people on a weekly basis and/or at events throughout the year. The government says “the action we take to promote the welfare of children and protect them from harm – is everyone’s responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and families has a role to play.” (HM Government 2013) As serving ones, we have a responsibility to ensure that all children and young people are safe and supported while they are in our care. This training will help you understand our safeguarding procedures, our role in safeguarding and protecting children and young people, and what to do if concerns arise. To get started, click on the link for Module 1, Unit 1 in the table below.
Module 1 Health & Safety Binder
Become familiar with the Health & Safety Binder for each hall and its contents
Unit 1 Introduction to Module 1
Unit 2 Sign In/Out Policy
Unit 3 Good Practice Guidance
Unit 4 Good Practice Guidance Quiz
Unit 5 Safeguarding Coordinator Details and Incident Report Form
Unit 6 First Aid Guidance and Accident Form
Unit 7 First Aid Policy Quiz
Unit 8 Other Sections of the Binder
Module 2 Child Protection
Understand the ways in which children and young people may be harmed and the importance of safeguarding their welfare as well as understanding our child protection procedures and what to do if issues arise and you have concerns.
Unit 1 Introduction to Module 2
Unit 2 Child Protection Training
Unit 3 Child Protection Training Quiz
Unit 4 Child Protection Policy
Unit 5 Child Protection Policy Quiz
Unit 6 Conclusion
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