Safeguarding Children (Level 2)

Safeguarding Children (Level 2)
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Safeguarding Children (Level 2)

Module 1: Basics of Safeguarding Understanding

We provide a basic explanation of safeguarding in this introductory module. Find out the importance of child protection and what it involves. Get a basic understanding to help you get started on the path of protecting children's safety and wellbeing.

Module 2: Identifying Vulnerability Signs

Examine the warning signals that suggest a youngster is in danger or requires protective measures. Learn to recognise the warning signs of exploitation, abuse, or neglect so that you can act appropriately and quickly. The first step in safeguarding is to be perceptive and accommodating.

Module 3: Establishing Secure Settings

Gain an understanding of effective methods for providing children with environments that are safe and helpful. By the end of this session, you will have acquired the knowledge and abilities essential to safeguard children in a wide range of circumstances, including the implementation of physical safety measures and the promotion of mental prosperity. Gain an understanding of how seemingly insignificant changes may have a significant impact.

Module 4: Reporting and Effective Communication

Keeping children safe requires effective communication. Learn how to properly discuss safeguarding issues with kids, parents, and the appropriate authorities. Recognise the reporting procedure and your responsibility for making sure prompt action is taken to keep children safe.

Module 5: Establishing cooperative alliances

It is our common duty to ensure safety. Examine how crucial it is for communities, organisations, and experts to work together in order to protect children. Find out how cooperating makes safeguarding initiatives more effective and makes the environment safer for all kids.

Lessons

  1. Brief Description of Safeguarding Children (Level 2)

    Safeguarding Children (Level 2) is a thorough training program that teaches adults how to protect children and youth. This Level 2 course covers child protection laws, policies, and procedures.
  2. Module 1: What is Safeguarding Children and Young People

    After completing this section, you should understand the key definitions for child protection ,Children's desired outcomes for an effective system and everyone's responsibility for safeguarding.
  3. Module 2: What is Abuse

    By the end of this section, you should understand the child abuse and its categorization factors, Recognising potential signs of abuse or neglect and Locations of abuse and neglect.
  4. Module 3: Understanding the Types of Abuse

    After completing this course, you should understand the various forms and indications of abuse and neglect.
  5. Module 4: Concept of Significant Harm

    By the end of this part, you should understand: The idea of considerable harm and recognising signs of major damage
  6. Module 5: The Impact of Abuse and Neglect

    After completing this part, you should understand: The effects of abuse and neglect on children and the prevalence of prenatal exposure to maladaptive settings.
  7. Module 6: Factors that Increase Vulnerability to Child Abuse and Neglect

    After completing this part, you should understand: Factors that enhance a child's susceptibility to abuse and neglect.
  8. Module 7: Gillick Competence/Fraser Guidelines

    Learners should show mastery of Gillick competency and Fraser criteria upon completion of this section.
  9. Module 8: Barriers and Sharing Worries

    After completing this section, you should understand: Why children may not share their concerns, how to respond if they trust you and how to take detailed notes.
  10. Module 9: Referring Concerns

    After completing this section, you should understand: The duty of individuals working with children and families to safeguard and promote their welfare, Referral process, Organisational policies for child concerns and Referral timing.
  11. Module 10: Information Sharing

    After completing this section, you should understand: Previous cases highlighting safeguarding issues, seven golden rules for sharing information and key principles of information sharing
  12. Module 11: Early Help

    Upon completing this part, you should show comprehension of early aid concepts, its efficacy, and how local organisations and agencies collaborate. Additionally, you should be able to identify children who may benefit from early help.
  13. Module 12: Assessment Framework

    You should be able to demonstrate understanding of: The purpose of assessments, key points for high-quality assessments and understanding assessment framework models.

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