This training is not designed for school staff, i.e. it will not cover KCSIE. Instead please contact the safeguarding advisor Vicki Maybin on email@example.com
Recorded Feb 2021 – see below instructions on how to access the video.
1 hour 30 mins
Outline of the Presentation
The Working Together Basic Awareness recorded training is an introductory course covering basic safeguarding. It gives participants information about the principles for working with children, young people and families.
This session is the minimum requirement for all people working with families or those who have contact with children and young people. It must be viewed before attending Working Together Shared Responsibility.
This course is designed for those who have had either no safeguarding training or who need a refresher.
The Learning Outcomes
By the end of the course participants will have an awareness of:
- Working Together to keep children safe
- Their own and other agency roles and responsibilities with regard to Safeguarding Children
- Child Abuse and Neglect including the signs and indicators
- When & How to raise concerns
- Wakefield Continuum of Need and local Thresholds
- Early Help in Wakefield
- Wakefield Families Together
Wakefield Safeguarding Children Partnership Multi-Agency Learning & Development Lead
To access the training click link
This will now open to the evaluation and training video
Click on the video picture and the video will start playing
To make the video full screen click YouTube on the video
Once you have watched the video please complete the evaluation.
This training course replaces Virtual College’s Safeguarding 1/2/3.
You must complete this course before attending Working Together Shared Responsibility link.
Due to the volume of colleagues accessing our training, we are only able provide certificates for face to face training.
To keep a record of this evaluation form to evidence that you have viewed this recording. Fill in the evaluation form, before you select submit right click on the form and select save as. You can then save it to a folder on your computer.
If you have any further queries email firstname.lastname@example.org