Experience has shown us that teachers and frontline school staff are often given too much – and too graphically detailed – information in safeguarding training, focusing on anatomically precise signs of physical or sexual abuse. Such detail is excessive for the majority of school staff, who are more likely to raise safeguarding concerns discovered through disclosures, conversations, changes in behaviours or viewing online interactions.
Unlike the more detailed training we provide for Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs), this course is designed to meet the needs of frontline school staff, focusing on what signs to look for, how to report and refer concerns, how to manage conversations about safeguarding and how to keep children safe online.
This robust and informative training offers school leaders the reassurance of meeting all statutory requirements in safeguarding training, while keeping school staff interested and engaged in a positive learning environment. It is delivered in an engaging manner by a trainer who is accredited to Level 3: Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults.
Legislation and latest guidance
Including keeping children safe online
Recognising signs of abuse
Exploitation and other safeguarding concerns
Reporting and referring concerns
Dealing with disclosures
Professional conversations around safeguarding
Sharing information processes
“It is a pleasure to continue working with Dragonfly as we have been extremely pleased and impressed with all the training and trainers provided, and with the support and administrative back up. I am sure that our high level of satisfaction and appreciation will continue with our next session.”Headmaster , The British School of Gran Canaria