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Safeguarding Level 3: Child Protection - Keeping Children Safe in Education
 

Who should attend:
Governors

Outline/Objectives:

This course is designed for Governors who have a designated responsibility for safeguarding and child protection and provides practical information and guidance related to the role. At the end of the course, participants will:
  • have an awareness of their role and that of other professionals in relation to child protection keeping children safe
  • be able to recognise and how to respond sensitively to concerns
  • consider their role in supporting colleagues with safeguarding concerns
  • have awareness of the role of the Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) 
Participants are required to have undertaken some form of safeguarding training prior to this session - please see other courses available. Should this course be held virtually, you will be sent a link which will take you straight to the virtual meeting.

Leader(s): David Powell


Date(s): 15 Jun 2021
Time(s): 18:00 - 21:00
Format: This is a remote training session
You should receive the log-in details in your booking confirmation and they are sent again the day before the session.  Please note that the office closes at 5.15pm so please contact us before then if you need these re-sent.
Provider: Governor Services
Charges: Traded Services - Free for Governors of schools subscribing to the Governor Support Programme.
Non-subscribing schools are charged £180 for evening courses and £360 for a full day courses.

The council is committed to providing equality of opportunity for all. If you have any particular needs (e.g. for access, parking, diet, hearing loop, large print handouts, interpreter, etc), please give details here or telephone to discuss your needs.

 

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Governor Development Programme
Training & Traded Services Team
Office address: 2 Bristol Avenue, Colindale, NW9 4EW
Email: CEtraining@barnet.gov.uk
Tel: 020 8359 6306 / 3057
For information regarding course content please contact George Peradigou on 020 8359 7625