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This Introduction to Safeguarding course highlights the definition of abuse and how to spot the warning signs, as well as the importance of safeguarding. Another topic which is covered, is whistleblowing. The Introduction to Safeguarding course will also cover the basic information regarding child abuse and what to do if you're concerned.
Are you working in an early years setting or focussing on older children? This course will be suitable when really understanding safeguarding with these individuals. If your hoping to train to work in one of these professions, safeguarding is one of the most crucial areas to full understand.
This qualification is great if you are looking to enhance your current childcare CV, this course accompanied with other courses from our library is a great way to kickstart your childcare career.
Safeguarding is essential – sign up to this introductory course and you will be able to see its importance in any setting where you have vulnerable service users.
Students of this course will benefit from a general introduction to the concept of safeguarding and its importance within any learning environment. Therefore, enrolment would be especially suited to anyone who is planning to become an early years practitioner, in a range of settings, but individuals in other similar job roles may also benefit.
This learning programme is CACHE endorsed through Laser Learning, an official e-Careers partner.
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