The Training Centre
By Aspire
May 2 2022

SAFEGUARDING SPOTLIGHT SESSIONS – RECORDED

Phillippa Butterworth

Date/Time
Date(s) - 02/05/2022 - 12/06/2022
All Day

Categories


Each of these dynamic high quality sessions will provide professionals with an up-to-date CPD experience, covering specific areas of focus from Keeping children safe in education’ (September 2021):

Online Safety

Peer-on-peer Abuse

Mental Health

Exploitation

Domestic Abuse

Preventing Radicalisation

 

 ONLINE SAFETY

  • Awareness of social media, chat platforms, live streaming and gaming
  • Examining content: being exposed to illegal, inappropriate or harmful material including online challenges
  • Recognising harmful contact: including grooming and exploitation
  • Exploring the impact of conduct: including the consensual and non-consensual sharing of nudes and semi-nude images as well as cyber-bullying
  • Identifying commerce: including the risk from online gambling
  • Empowering digital resiliency with pupils
  • Responding effectively to concerns

 PEER-ON-PEER ABUSE

  • Awareness of peer-on-peer abuse, and the lived experiences for pupils today both online and offline
  • Understanding the prevalence of what constitutes harmful sexual behaviour
  • Examining the definitions of sexual harassment and sexual violence, including online sexual abuse
  • Recognise the early indicators of peer-on-peer abuse
  • Creating a culture of openness (in relation to hearing disclosures) and supporting children to bring issues to trusted adults
  • Responding effectively to concerns when identified or reported

MENTAL HEALTH

  • Exploration of what is ‘mental health’
  • Awareness of the impact of traumatic and adverse experiences on pupil’s mental health and behaviour
  • Examine the ways in which mental health problems may present
  • Recognise the indicators which suggest a pupil may be experiencing a mental health problem
  • Responding effectively to concerns
  • Developing resiliency in pupils
  • Exploring self-care

EXPLOITATION

  • Exploration of child sexual and criminal exploitation (CSE/CCE) including county lines
  • Understanding the lived experiences for pupils today both online and offline
  • Recognising the models and prevalence of exploitation
  • Examining the vulnerability of exploitation and the push and pull factors
  • Recognise the indicators that a pupil may be at risk of, or currently suffering from exploitation
  • Creating a culture of resiliency with pupils
  • Responding effectively to concerns when identified or reported

DOMESTIC ABUSE

  • Understanding the Domestic Abuse Act 2021
  • Examine different forms of Domestic Abuse including coercive control, and peer relationships
  • Exploring the lived reality for victim survivors
  • Recognising the impact of Domestic Abuse on pupils, as victims who see and hear abuse
  • Understanding ‘So-called’ Honour-based abuse
  • Awareness of how to effectively respond to concerns when identified or reported

 PREVENTING RADICALISATION

  • Exploring the key concepts associated with the Prevent Duty
  • Identifying indicators of radicalisation including influential factors
  • Implementing the legal due regard for preventing terrorism
  • Reality of the current threat
  • Responding appropriately in an emergency
  • Understanding how and when to make a referral
  • Developing resiliency with pupils through the British values

ACCESS & INFORMATION

Access Dates: Monday 2nd May – Sunday 12th June – Each session will run for the full 6 weeks

Session Duration: 1 hour per session – Each session will be accessible 24/7 during the full 6 weeks

Cost: £15 per delegate/per session OR £75 per delegate/per package – Receive all 6 topics for the price of 5

  • Delegates will be sent an email with the relevant link to the session. Delegates will then be able to register themselves for the session.
  • Delegates will have access to the session, for the full six weeks, where they can access the content when they wish.
  • Questions can be submitted during the recorded webinar. All questions will then be collated and a written response created at the end of the webinar period. This will be made available to delegates the following week.
  • All the required content is covered to the highest standard and delegates will need to ensure they are available and engaged for the full duration of the recorded training session in order to receive their PDF accredited certificate.