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Covered in this course
This training course is broken down into 5 sections
- 1 Mandatory reading for all staff
- 2 The management of Safeguarding
- 3 Safer recruitment
- 4 Dealing with allegations
- 5 Sexual violence and harrassment
Part 1 of the KCSIE document is mandatory reading for all staff and gives a complete overview of safeguarding responsibilities for all staff. Staff will gain a better understanding of the importance of their role and how they can play a crucial role in preventing safeguarding issues.
Part 2 of the KCSIE document (Linked to from our course) looks into the management of safeguarding, focusing on the responsibility of governing bodies, proprietors and management committees.
Part 3 of the KCSIE document (Linked to from our course) looks into safer recruitment, pre-employment vetting and the types of checks that should be carried out when recruiting.
Part 4 of the KCSIE document (Linked to from our course) explores what should happen if allegations of abuse are made against teachers and other staff. It covers duties as an employer and employee, supporting those involved and managing the situation/exit arrangements.
Part 5 of the KCSIE document (Linked to from our course) looks at child on child sexual violence and harassment, how to respond, actions following a report and ongoing response.
About this course
Our online KCSIE course allows for easy reporting, helping you keep tabs on who has and who hasn't read part 1 of the guidance.
Best of all, we give it away for free to any educational institute that purchases any other Health & Safety or HR Compliance training course.
We decided to create this online version of the document when we were approached by a school that wanted an easier recording method for staff that had read the guidance. Signing a piece of paper wasn't enough for them to prove that their staff had read and understood the contents of the document.
After passing this onto the development team we were delighted to launch a module in which users were tested on their knowledge and the completed result was recorded within the suite. One comment from one school created our KCSIE course, now 3 years on we are proud that we are able to help schools easily adhere to their mandatory requirements.
You can find out more about KCSIE 2019 changes here.
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Easy learning and an easy test
Great training session.
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Interseting course lot of reading but good
There is a lot of information to take in on this course but when you think about it a lot of it is common sense
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A great way for all to have more knowledge on these issues
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Never done anything in that depth before.
Why is this training important
It's important that you comply with the law and know the ways in which it affects you and the way you work.
It's crucial that all staff read part 1 of the KSCIE document to better understand their safeguarding responsibilities.
Keeping Children Safe in Education is statutory guidance that schools and colleges in England must have regard to when carrying out their duties to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. Management committees of pupil referral units (PRUs) are asked to ensure that all staff in their school or college read at least Part one of the guidance.