This EduCare programme is written by the NSPCC for anyone who comes into contact with children, young people and their parents or carers through their work or volunteer activity in a sports or active leisure setting.
It provides an excellent introduction to safeguarding children and young people and will help you to recognise the early warning signs of possible abuse and provides guidance on what can be done to prevent children and young people suffering from abuse.
- Modular, bite-size format provides an easy way to learn the essentials.
- There are four concise learning modules, four accompanying questionnaires and full instructions throughout.
- A personalised NSPCC certificate on successful completion provides evidence of learning.
- There is confirmation of the correct answers to reinforce the participant’s knowledge.
- Available in paper-based and online learning methods.
- Brings paid and volunteer staff quickly up-to-speed.
- People with different working arrangements and in different locations receive the same clear, consistent messages.
- The programme can be used as a pre-employment, induction or refresher tool.
- The reassurance of knowing that the content has been written and approved by experts at the NSPCC.
Module one - Understanding the Basics
Learn about the different types of child abuse: physical, sexual, emotional and neglect. Understand how abuse can affect a child and eliminate misunderstandings by learning about some of the common myths and facts about child abuse.
Module two - Recognising Child Abuse
Recognise the possible physical and behavioural signs of abuse; know how to respond if a child confides in you and what you should do if you suspect a child is being maltreated.
Module three - Reporting Child Abuse
Understand the importance of taking action to prevent child abuse from occurring and know when and when not, to share your concerns with parents. Follow the step-by-step action plan to report any concerns you may have about a child and understand the processes that takes place once you have reported your concerns.
Module four – Good Practice Issues
Learn how to protect yourself from false allegations by following a code of conduct; develop principles for good practice; implement new policies and procedures in your organisation and look for signs of those who may pose a threat to children when recruiting new staff.
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