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Safeguarding Children

 

Safeguarding Children and Young People: Interactive e-Learning

Safeguarding Children and Young People is suitable for all health, social care and occupational health professionals who are working to protect children. The programme aims to make a positive contribution to the prevention of physical, mental and sexual abuse as well as to reduce neglect. It has been developed by a consortium of professional bodies, led by the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH).

Safeguarding Children and Young People is arranged into three levels to suit both clinical and non-clinical staff, as described in the intercollegiate document Safeguarding Children and Young People: Roles and Competences for Health Care Staff 2014However the themes are relevant to healthcare organisations globally.

   
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Safeguarding Children - An Interactive Resource that supports Child Protection Training

The content covers a broad range of issues such as the roles and responsibilities of staff, multi-agency working, what to do if a child discloses abuse, unexplained injuries, disability and neglect. This package also includes Health Education England's Safeguarding Adults programme as an added bonus. This resource supports all health and social care staff in protecting vulnerable adults from abusive environments.

Course Content

The course is organised into three different levels, according to competences and professional role. Level 1 is for non-clinical staff; Level 2 is for all clinical staff and Level 3 is for clinical staff working with children, young people and/or their parents/carers.

Level 1 – Suitable for all healthcare and non-clinical staff

This module covers a range of topics, including:
  • an overview of child protection (and the categories)
  • legal requirements and implications
  • the roles and responsibilities of staff
  • how to respond to concerns about safeguarding issues
  • the importance of multi-agency working
  • effective communication
  • the importance of defensive documentation

Level 2 – Aimed at staff who have regular clinical content with children

This module is aimed at staff who either have regular clinical contact with children or who deal with adults who may pose a risk to children. It is suited to both healthcare professionals (including dentists, nurses, audiologists and pharmacists) and those working in social care or occupational health. The sessions look at how to manage concerns that a child is being or may be maltreated. Topics covered include:
  • legislation and recommendations
  • categories of abuse and case studies
  • the roles and responsibilities of staff
  • what to do if a child discloses abuse
  • the importance of multi-agency working
  • effective communication
  • the importance of defensive documentation
Additional bespoke case studies relevant to primary care, acute care and paediatrics are also available.

Level 3 – Designed for GPs, consultants and paediatricians

Seven sessions cover a range of topics, such as:
  • unexpected deaths
  • antenatal risk factors
  • unexplained injuries
  • disability
  • neglect
  • fabricated and induced illnesses
  • adolescents presenting with intoxication
If you do not need access to the full programme, you can purchase selected levels, for details please contact us.
Levels 1 and 2 £30
 Levels 1, 2 and 3 £50
Please note: this package also includes Health Education England's Safeguarding Adults programme as an added bonus free of charge. For institutional purchase or bulk licences of our online medical courses, please contact us