Make sure staff are aware of the latest guidance
Be confident knowing that staff understand their role and responsibilities in accordance with government guidance.
How will this benefit my organisation?
- Minimise the risk of issues and reputational damage
- Confidence knowing staff have understood the guidance using our knowledge check questions
- Staff will feel more confident interacting with children knowing their responsibilities and receiving guidance
- Ability to view the status of staff training in interactive dashboard
- Evidence staff training in user-friendly online reporting
KCSIE Part 1
Our KCSIE Part 1 course is for staff working directly with children and KCSIE Annex A course is for those not directly in contact with children.
From September 2022, our training picks up changes such as:
- the emphasis on ‘professional curiosity’ in identifying children in need of help or protection and who may not even recognise their experiences as harmful
- barriers to effective communication caused by vulnerability, disability, sexual orientation or language
- the importance of following school procedures in reporting low level concerns
- new terminology such as ‘child on child’ and ‘teenage relationship’ abuse.
The training also includes:
- understanding everyone’s role
- knowing the school’s systems for safeguarding
- safeguarding factors and indicators
- what action staff may need to take
- what staff need to do if they have concerns about a child
- what to do if they have concerns about someone working in the school
- how to identify abuse or neglect.
KCSIE Part 2
We also offer a separate course on KCSIE Part 2 specifically for Governors focusing on the management of safeguarding. Familiarity with the responsibilities and expectations of governors is particularly important from Sept 2022, given the introduction of a specific requirement that all members of the governing body undergo suitable safeguarding training.
Our training is designed to assist governors understand their responsibilities, and has been fully updated for KCSIE 2022, picking up changes such as:
- the safeguarding implications of the governing body’s legal responsibilities under human rights and equalities legislation
- the importance of the governing body ensuring that the school’s DSL is properly supported and trained
- the significance of a ‘whole school’ approach to safeguarding, including how the school’s curriculum can promote pupil welfare
- the importance of clear school procedures on reporting low level concerns
- new terminology, such as ‘child on child abuse’.
- legal and leadership responsibilities for safeguarding
- involvement in setting policies and procedures
- working with others
- the schools approach to online safety
- dealing with concerns and allegations about adults
- measures in place to deal with vulnerable children.
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Which lawyer wrote this course?
Matthew is an education consultant with over 25 years of experience.
Originally a corporate lawyer, Matthew has branched out to develop experience in school regulation and inspection, charity law, safeguarding, student immigration and effective governance.
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