E-Learning

E-learning Full Package for Nursery and Primary Schools
Description

The e-learning full package for nursery and primary schools offers a comprehensive package of courses that are applicable across the schools' workforce.

When purchased individually, e-learning courses cost £30 per course, per person.  This package offers schools access to provide a wide variety of training to their workforce, whilst also offering savings to the school.

For a cost of £250 per package (less than the cost of purchasing 9 individual courses), schools will receive access for an unlimited number of staff to complete the courses detailed below between 16th March 2022 and 15th March 2023.

E-learning courses included:


All Leaders and Practitioners

For further information regarding specific course target audience included in this package, please see details for that course

E-Learning Full Package for Secondary and All Through Schools
Description

The e-learning full package for secondary and all through schools offers a comprehensive package of courses that are applicable across the schools' workforce.

When purchased individually, e-learning courses cost £30 per course, per person.  This package offers schools access to provide a wide variety of training to their workforce, whilst also offering savings to the school.

For a total cost of £400 per annum (less than the cost of purchasing 14 individual courses), schools will receive access for an unlimited number of staff to complete the courses detailed below between 16th March 2022 and 15th March 2023.

E-learning courses included:

All Leaders and Practitioners

For further information regarding specific course target audience included in this package, please see details for that course

E-Learning - Safeguarding Children with Disabilities
Description

Many of us find it hard to understand how anyone could abuse any child, let alone a child with disabilities. Yet this refusal to accept the abuse of disabled children often means that practitioners disregard the signs of abuse, therefore allowing the abuse to continue.

Some of the topics covered in this course are: 

  • Important facts
  • Definition of disability
  • Definition of child abuse
  • Why are disabled children particularly vulnerable?
  • Disbelief 
  • Change in disbelief culture
  • Communication
  • Methods of communication
  • Make the child heard 
  • Signs and symptoms
  • Awareness of abuse indicators
  • Lack of specific training
  • Team around the child
  • Respect for parents/carers
  • Anger and stress
  • Investigation
  • Excuses 
  • Education 
  • Points to consider


Practioners will:

  • Learn the definition of disability
  • Know why disabled children are more vulnerable to abuse
  • Understand the challenges faced where abuse of a disabled child is suspected


All practitioners who work with children, young people and their families.

This course can form part of an induction programme for new starters and also for practitioners wishing to improve their knowledge and continue their professional development.

E-Learning - Safeguarding Against Radicalisation - The Prevent Duty
Description

This course is Home Office accredited and approved, working closely with the Home Office’s, Office of Security and Counter Terrorism department, to produce the latest and very best in Prevent Duty training.

Prevent is the Government’s strategy to stop people becoming involved in violent extremism or supporting terrorism. Channel is an early intervention multi-agency process designed to safeguard vulnerable people from being drawn into violent extremist or terrorist behaviour.

In this course you will learn about the Prevent strategy and the Channel process and what you should do if you believe that someone you know is vulnerable to being exploited or radicalised.


Practitioners will learn about:

  • The range of threats we face
  • What extremism is and how it’s linked to terrorism
  • The processes of radicalisation
  • The role of social media
  • What religion has to do with it
  • The key legislation and recent updates
  • The government’s counter-terrorism strategy - CONTEST
  • The Prevent strategy and the Prevent duty; what it means to different sectors and who it applies to Channel – what it is and how it helps those at risk
  • How radicalisation occurs
  • What the signs of radicalisation are
  • What makes people vulnerable
  • How to report concerns
  • How to help prevent violent extremism


All practitioners working with children and young people.

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