Female Genital Mutilation Awareness
This course will provide a thorough guide to help those working with young people spot the signs that Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) has taken place, or signs that it will take place.
The aim of this course is to help professionals understand the risks and consequences of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), and how to act if they suspect a girl is in danger.
This one module course delivers one CPD hour and comprehensively covers:
- what Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is and when and where it is performed
- the different types of FGM
- its prevalence
- the consequences of FGM
- what the law says
- the mandatory reporting duty
- the roles and responsibilities of professionals
- the importance of working together.
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- A welcome email containing your login details which gives you immediate access to your online course.
- One simple and concise learning module containing the essential information on the subject.
- One accompanying multiple-choice questionnaire designed to test your knowledge and understanding.
- A downloadable personalised and dated certificate on successful completion of the questionnaires.
- Easy access to reports on your progress.
- Clear and simple course instructions and a User Guide, with additional help available via telephone from our Client Services team.
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Female Genital Mutilation Awareness
The purpose of this course is to explain what FGM is and why it is important in the context of safeguarding children and young people. FGM is a criminal offence. It is child abuse and a form of violence against women and girls. Therefore there is a mandatory duty on all those who work in schools and other educational establishments to report a disclosure or their concerns about the risk of FGM without delay, as part of their wider safeguarding duty of care.
This course is based on the 'Mutli-agency statutory guidance on female genital mutilation (April 2016)' issued by the HM Government.
Test & Certificate
The Female Genital Mutilation course concludes with one multiple choice questionnaire with a printable certificate. As well as printable user certificates, your training progress and results are stored on your learning management platform.
Key features and benefits
Duration 1 hour
- This course is enhanced with a narration feature for accessibility purposes
- It is a level 2 course (as graded against the nationally accepted levels for training courses)
- Multiple-choice questionnaire featuring scenario-based questions
- Delivers 1 CPD hour
- 70% pass mark
- Interactive design to engage learners
- Accredited by Secured by Design and meets national Police approved standards
- Certificate upon completion provides evidence of learning
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What customers say
Very good use of the survivors in the video, any modules that can have real life examples or witness accounts always makes the point more prominent.
Ian Barber, Billing Brook School