Courses Safeguarding Children



Did you know that according to NSPCC, unfortunately, one in five children have experienced abuse at some point in their lifetime? That’s why anyone working with children or families are legally required to have knowledge of how to safeguard children and take a Safeguarding Children training course. This knowledge can help protect and prevent children from experiencing abuse and neglect which in turn could change, or in some cases save the lives of children.

Our Safeguarding Children training course covers how to recognise signs of abuse, key safeguarding legislation, the steps to appropriately respond to any safeguarding concerns and the importance of speaking up and acting quickly. Upon successful completion of this online course, learners will be awarded a CPD accredited Safeguarding Children certificate and can be used to provide evidence for compliance.

You may also be interested in our Child Protection course or if you take care of vulnerable adults, check out our Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults training course.

Safeguarding Children Awareness Training Course Outline

The aim of this Safeguarding Children Awareness training course is to greater increase your knowledge of child safeguarding, how to protect children from harm, and the relevant safeguarding legislation.

The key points covered in this course are:

  • Safeguarding of children definition
  • Intervention and thresholds
  • Signs of abuse
  • Types of abuse
  • Escalating concerns

Safeguarding Children Awareness Training Course Learning Outcomes

On completion of this online Safeguarding Children course, either by e-learning, webinar or blended learning, learners should know and understand the following:
  • Explain what is meant by the term safeguarding children
  • Identify the various types of intervention and their thresholds
  • Describe the signs and symptoms of possible abuse
  • Recognising the different types of abuse
  • Describe what you should do if you have a concern about a child’s welfare or safety