To familiarize learners with their role and responsibilities within the wider safeguarding partnership in Haringey To develop competence and confidence in recognising abuse, sharing concerns and carrying out their duty to safeguard all Haringey children and young people
This one-day course explores the recognition of abuse, including indicators of physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect. Learners are given an opportunity to reflect on their own role in relation to letting others within the Safeguarding Partnership know about their concerns. The course also introduces the Haringey Thresholds of Need and Intervention, and the local context.
Awareness: Being familiar with local arrangements for safeguarding. Knowing how and when to communicate and share information appropriately about children, young people and families. Understanding thresholds and knowing when to act. Recognition: Recognising signs of abuse and maltreatment Being able to check other professionals' involvement and actions in a given case once information is shared Response: Being able to record observations and concerns, distinguishing between observation, fact and opinion Being able to communicate and act appropriately within national and local guidance
Early Years PVI staff and Childminders