*NEW FOR APRIL 2024*

Featured Webinars   

UPDATED MAY 2024

MISOGYNY AND TOXIC MASCULINITY
Duration: 18 Mins


Lucie Welch discusses misogyny and toxic masculinity, delving into what it means, the damage it can cause, and how it can be addressed in your setting. This webinar offers advice on what you can do to tackle and address both misogyny and toxic masculinity if and when it arises in school settings.

 

Issue Based Webinars

EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Duration: 25 Mins


In this webinar Jo Perrin discusses the breadth of disordered eating and diagnosable physical and mental health conditions and how we in our settings can use good practice in pedagogy to promote positive body image in our curriculum. She talks of the crucial tipping point between healthy eating and disordered eating and what professionals should be looking out for in order to safeguard students effectively. This is a common issue in settings, so it’s really worth training all your staff in this area.

UPDATED MAY 2024

EMOTIONAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS
Duration: 22 Mins


Lucie Welch talks about Emotional Health and Wellbeing in Primary Schools, looking at what emotional health is and why it’s so important for a child’s development. She gives clear tips on how to recognise concerns and support children’s mental health through our work in our settings. There is information given on how to be emotionally available adults to children and Lucie explains some common concerns that present in primary schools. 

GAMBLING AND YOUNG PEOPLE
Duration: 20 Mins


In this webinar, SFE Adviser Jo Perrin looks at gambling and how young people interract with this activity and any possible safeguarding implications. What are their experiences? What protections are in place and what risk factors are there, including predicting future behaviours?

IDENTIFYING AND SUPPORTING YOUNG CARERS
Duration: 20 Mins


In this webinar Jo Perrin looks how we can support children in our settings who act as young carers, whether or not they self identify as such.  She identifies signs for our staff to look out for and gives some advice on how we can support this group of children who do have a vulnerability due to their lived experience.  

CHILD ABUSE LINKED TO FAITH AND BELIEF
Duration: 18 Mins


In this short webinar for all staff working in your setting, Jo Perrin looks at what we mean by this thankfully quite rare, but deeply concerning, safeguarding issue. She discusses factors that increase a child’s vulnerability to this type of abuse and what we should be aware of and noticing in our setting.  

CHILD ON CHILD ABUSE
Duration: 12 Mins


Lucie Welch discusses what this really is and the preferred language to use.  She talks of how the word bullying interacts with acknowledging children can abuse others and what signs all professionals should be on the look out for. Lucie also recognises that some children might be more at risk than others due to other vulnerabilities in their life and links it all to what we can do in our settings to support children and create culture, policy and a curriculum that minimises such abuse. 

UPDATED MAY 2024

FABRICATED AND INDUCED ILLNESS
Duration: 14 Mins


Lucie Welch delves into this topic, discussing what it is, the forms it can take and what signs and symptoms we should all be looking out for.  She talks of the impact it can have on a child and what our professional actions should be if we suspect it in our setting.

LGBTQ+ IN SCHOOLS
Duration: 25 Mins


Lucie Welch discusses ideas about how we support all children and create an inclusive environment in our settings. She talks of the broad definition of LGBTQ+, how we can teach about all relationships in a safe, fair and tolerant way, how we can support individual children and create an inclusive community.

FOCUS ON NEGLECT
Duration: 13 Mins


Describing it as one of the most common types of abuse but often the hardest to spot, the discussion is around what we want staff to notice and record and how our accuracy in description can lead to a child getting help or living with abuse for longer.

UPDATED MAY 2024

RADICALISATION AND EXTREMISM
Duration: 20 Mins


The webinar gives examples of pathways to radicalisation and how vulnerabilities might increase risks a child might be radicalised. Indicators and warning signs for all staff to know are shared and PREVENT and CHANNEL are referenced throughout.

UPDATED MAY 2024

CONTEXTUAL SAFEGUARDING
Duration: 40 Mins


This webinar covers the issue of contextual safeguarding and highlights what we need to be looking out for in relation to the risks and outside influences that may be present in the lives of the young people we work with.

DOMESTIC ABUSE – Part 1
Duration: 54 Mins


This webinar is for all staff. The main focus is on raising awareness and links with safeguarding so it covers context and definition of domestic abuse, seeing the impact of domestic abuse through the eyes of the child, links with safeguarding, how perpetrators use coercive control, what schools can do in terms of child protection, safeguarding, early help.

DOMESTIC ABUSE – Part 2
Duration: 52 Mins


This webinar is for all teaching staff and SLT. The main focus is on how to support children and to prevent DV. So we look at how to integrate Domestic abuse into the curriculum and pastoral support in the school. This follows on from Domestic abuse Part 1.

FGM, FORCED MARRIAGE AND HONOUR BASED ABUSE
Duration: 60 Mins


This webinar is for all staff. The main focus is on raising awareness and links with safeguarding and covers female genital mutilation (FGM), breast flattening/ breast ironing, forced marriage and so called honour based abuse.

UPDATED MAY 2024

SEXUAL HARASSMENT AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE IN SCHOOLS
Duration: 22 Mins


This 38 minute webinar will look at the definitions of Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment and highlight their prevalence within schools and education settings. It explains the role of governors in supporting schools to identify, challenge and eradicate sexual abuse within their settings.

HOW COVID-19 AFFECTED SAFEGUARDING
Duration: 7 Mins


Here we look at how specific safeguarding issues are not static, the risk to children is ever-changing and we must be alert to new signs and symptoms to note. The example is in how county-lines drug-running operations adapted through periods of lock-down and how that changed (but didn’t eliminate) risk to children.

safeguarding courses and resources

CPD Certified

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Dealing with Loss and Bereavement

£25.00
NEW UPDATES
From: £475.00 / year

Safeguarding

Safer Recruitment

Multiple Dates
Next: 06/06/2024
£280.00
STATUTORY

Leadership and Development

Safer Recruitment (Centre-Based)

Multiple Dates
Next: 18/11/2024
£290.00

Leadership and Development

Safer Recruitment – (Online)

Multiple Dates
Next: 12/02/2025
£290.00
STATUTORY

Safeguarding

Safer Recruitment- Refresher Training (Online)

Multiple Dates
Next: 25/11/2024
£175.00
STATUTORY

Safeguarding

Twilight Online Safer Recruitment

Multiple Dates
Next: 24/06/2024
£280.00
STATUTORY

Leadership and Development

Twilight Safer Recruitment (Online)

£290.00
STATUTORY
STATUTORY
STATUTORY
£175.00

DON’T FORGET, AS A MEMBER OF OUR SAFEGUARDING SUBSCRIPTION, YOUR SCHOOL HAS ACCESS TO CERTAIN DISCOUNT COUPONS ON SAFEGUARDING COURSES.

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