Courses and eLearning

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Our course structure

Our courses are designed to meet and exceed the needs of the workplace, home, places of education – in short, wherever it is required. On some occasions, our courses must be delivered face to face – this means there is greater understanding between you and us, and we can address any specific areas of concern.

However, we appreciate people and companies are busy, that’s why we’ve developed some courses as eLearning – meaning people can access and learn from wherever they want, whenever they want.

How our courses are structured

Let’s look at an example of how our courses are structured, in this case, using our Parent Safeguarding course.

We’ve used simple terms, so we don’t confuse the purpose,  Safeguarding for Parents

  • The time we suggest this will take to complete and understand fully around 30 mins.
  • It is appropriate for staff training, as well as individual training.
  • It is an eLearning  module, meaning the lesson is completed online.

Safeguarding for Parents covers the following topics:

 What are the benefits of eLearning?

  • Participants will be sent a link to complete in their own time on a computer.
  • For courses appropriate for companies or larger organisations, this can be auditable so you know how many people have completed the course. This will help with training and compliance.
  • Each person can revisit the course as many times as they wish. We don’t put a time limit on completing this, however we do encourage people to complete courses in full as soon as they can.

Is this course appropriate for you? Ask yourself the following questions;

  • 1. Do you look after children – either as a parent, a carer, a grandparent or relative, as a babysitter?
  • 2. Do you fully understand technology such as iPads, smartphones – and applications such as Snapchat, Tumblr?
  • 3. Are you familiar with terminology such as Sexting, FGM or Grooming?

If the answer to any of these questions was “Yes”, then this course would be appropriate, and helpful, for you.

Do you think some of this is a bit alarming?

Our aim is not to alarm people, but to help them be more aware of a rapidly growing technological world – which can often leave some people in the dark.

We are here to change this. We firmly believe safeguarding it not something to be considered for a limited amount of environments. Technology, for example, brings safeguarding issues into the school, the workplace and home.

As leaders in the field of safeguarding we want to work with you to better understand where safeguarding threats may come from, an to understand how you can help avoid them, recognise the signs of them and importantly, to discuss this with young people.

I have some more questions about a course, what do I do?

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