Safeguarding Training for Recruitment or Training agencies

Train candidates quickly and easily - and save money with our cost-effective training package

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Evidence your safeguarding training

As documented in Keeping Children Safe in Education (KCSIE), when supplying candidates to work in schools on either a permanent or supply basis the responsibility for safer recruitment practices falls to the agency.

As KCSIE also stipulates that all staff should receive appropriate safeguarding and child protection training, many agencies use EduCare’s services to ensure their candidates already have evidence of safeguarding training when taking a placement so the placement school or college has confidence that the candidates are compliant.

Our training package has seven essential courses to help candidates evidence training in mandatory topics - Child Protection, Exploitation, Safeguarding, the GDPR, Prevent Duty and FGM - prices start at £250 for 10 learners.

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Safeguarding Training for Supply Teachers

Our online learning service for recruitment and training agencies, allows candidates to access essential safeguarding training at a substantial discount.

Sold on an annual licence basis, the service contains a package of courses worth over £140 per-learner, but prices start at £250 for 10 learners (saving over £100 per-learner) and goes down to as little as £7 per-learner when buying for over 500 candidates.

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Female Genital Mutilation Awareness

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.

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Safeguarding Young People

Safeguarding Young People

Safeguarding Young People, endorsed by established youth organisations, provides the key information needed to help raise your awareness of young people who may be vulnerable because of their age, relative inexperience, past abusive experiences or current circumstances.

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Female Genital Mutilation Awareness

This course covers:

  • Understand what the law states regarding FGM and the mandatory reporting duty
  • Learn the prevalence, consequences and different types of FGM
  • Recognise the signs that FGM has taken place, or signs that a girl is at risk
  • Learn the roles and responsibilities of professionals.
  • Understand the importance of working together

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Safeguarding Young People

This four module course delivers four CPD hours and comprehensively covers:

  •  Identify who may be vulnerable.
  • Recognise the signs and indicators of abuse.
  • Understand what to do if a young person confides abuse to you.
  • Learn about recording and reporting procedures.
  • Recognise good practice guidelines.

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A Practical Guide to the GDPR for Education

A Practical Guide to the GDPR for Education

This course offers practical advice for staff working within an education setting that deal with personal data. The GDPR applies to both automated personal data and to manual filing systems where personal data is accessible according to specific criteria.

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The Prevent Duty

The Prevent Duty

This course is designed to build your understanding of extremism and radicalisation, how people may be drawn into terrorism and what you should do if you have a concern. Meets national Police-approved standards.

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A Practical Guide to the GDPR for Education

This course outlines key elements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in an education setting and will help you to understand:

  • what personal data is
  • how personal data is used
  • why there is a need for a change in data protection
  • the new GDPR
  • new legal requirements
  • Privacy Impact Assessments
  • new rights for ‘data subjects’

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The Prevent Duty

This one module course delivers one CPD hour and comprehensively covers:

  • what Prevent is
  • what extremism and radicalisation are
  • who may be vulnerable
  • how people may be drawn into terrorism
  • how messages are spread
  • reporting concerns.

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Child Protection in Education

Child Protection in Education

This online course is designed to ensure those working in an education setting can recognise early signs that might indicate a problem, know the appropriate actions to take, and have the confidence to act. Up-to-date with the latest statutory guidance, this course also provides personalised certificates upon completion to help evidence compliance for inspection.

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Child Protection Refresher 2019

Child Protection Refresher 2019

Child Protection – Refresher is designed for those who have already undergone level 1 or 2 child protection training who wish to refresh their knowledge, keep up to date with recent changes in legislation and guidance, and stay aware of recent serious case reviews. The content of this course has been updated to reflect KCSIE 2019 changes and includes new topics such as: Upskirting and breast ironing; Adverse childhood experiences; Child criminal exploitation.

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Child Protection in Education

This five module course delivers five CPD hours and comprehensively covers:

  • what forms child abuse can take and the effects it can have
  • radicalisation, extremism and the Prevent duty
  • signs that may mean a child is suffering abuse and how to respond if a child confides in you
  • processes for reporting abuse
  • the child protection system
  • good practice guidelines

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Child Protection Refresher 2019

The content is divided into three concise learning modules that cover:

  • recent changes and how they will affect your work,
  • a refresher of what child abuse is and recognising
  • responding to signs of abuse

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Child Exploitation

Child Exploitation

Child exploitation refers to a child or young person being used for someone else’s gain. Child exploitation is a form of abuse which can involve sexual, abusive or manipulative behaviour. The course is produced in partnership with NWG Network, a charitable organisation made up of thousands of practitioners. They offer support, advice and training and raise awareness of child exploitation.

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Child Exploitation

This course covers:

  • Models & forms of exploitation that a child or young person may be subjected to
  • A scenario exploring an example case of exploitation
  • Physical and psychological signs of exploitation
  • Factors that can increase a person's vulnerability
  • Short & long-term effects of exploitation and its impact on family members
  • Barriers to disclosure
  • What to do if you are worried about a child

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Evidence your Safeguarding Training

The service includes a complete reporting suite to monitor learners and evidence training has taken place.

Personalised certificates are available to download on successful completion of a course.

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What our customers say

“As a teacher supply agency, we use EduCare’s services to give our supply staff and candidates from our partner schools quick and easy access to online training. We are more than happy that all candidates have access to the latest, essential knowledge and have the evidence to demonstrate that. The cost works well for us too. I would have no hesitation in recommending their services.”


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