The purpose of this qualification is to increase the learner’s knowledge and awareness of the Prevent Duty and safeguarding, including online safety.
10 week short course.
What you will learn
It will be appropriate for continued professional development for those who have completed safeguarding courses previously as it informs of new threats and ways of working that help reduce the likelihood of harm or abuse as well as cyberstalking, cyberbullying, online grooming and radicalisation by extremists.
This level 2 accredited qualification is aimed at anyone who has a responsibility for safeguarding children, young people or vulnerable adults. It will be useful for anyone working in education, training youth work, youth sport, and community groups.
What to expect
It is a Nationally recognised qualification that covers terms from the Prevent Duty including radicalisation, extremism, and terrorism. The Safeguarding module only covers signs of abuse or harm and how to respond to it, online safety and the potential consequences of inappropriate or illegal online activity. Participants will understand how to reduce the risks posed online, how to spot signs and behavioural changes. It is delivered over 10 weeks. You will be assigned a tutor who will offer you one on one support. This course can be delivered remotely.
Upon completion some learners may like to continue with further learning in the Children, young people or Health and social care sector and may also support progression to designated safeguarding lead.
This qualification may support progression toward the role of Designated Safeguarding Lead.
You could also complete some of our other courses within our Childcare department to boost your knowledge.
What it feels like to be a student
Support staff are on site such as pastoral care, finance and careers advice.
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Salary and Career expectations
Alongside other training, you could work as a teacher or early years practitioner with a average salary of £16,000 – £30,000. You could also become a designated safeguarding lead with an average salary of £38,000.
This is a RORO course, meaning you can start the qualification at any point throughout the year.
There are no specific entry requirements, everyone is welcome.
- are 19-23 and do not already have a level 2 qualification
- are 24+ and unemployed or earn below the National Living Wage annually (£20,319 from April 2023)
All applications will need to meet the eligibility criteria.
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If you have any issues with applying online and need additional support including reasonable adjustments with the application process please contact the Admissions team on 01752 202269.