Meet your safeguarding responsibilities
Any organisation educating young people under the age of 18 has statutory responsibilities under current legislation such as Keeping Children Safe in Education.
Apprentices need to be safeguarded against the same range of risks and dangers as their peers in schools and colleges. Employers must take appropriate steps to understand what safeguarding means, what are their responsibilities, and to ensure that any staff working with apprentices do not present any danger or threat.
We can help you equip all your staff with the knowledge to understand and spot potential safeguarding issues. Our level 2, CPD certified courses each come with a downloadable, personalised certificate to evidence learning, and users of our online learning service can access a full reporting suite to monitor progress.
Apprenticeship Managers from Babcock, Pertemps, Kwik Fit and PGL Travel trust us to help them stay compliant and get peace of mind while training their staff quickly and easily.
- Spot the signs of abuse
- Identify vulnerable young people
- Peace of mind and essential knowledge
- Raise staff awareness of safeguarding
- Know how to act upon suspected abuse
"We train young apprentices between the ages of 16-18 years in various construction based skills. It is our policy that all of our staff, who deal with apprentices, from Managers to Assessors, to Admin staff, hold the Child Protection qualification. I have always found the service to be friendly and efficient and have no problem in recommending EduCare to other users".
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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.
This course looks at what you need to do to safeguard children, young people and vulnerable adults from unsuitable people who might apply to join your organisation.
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.
This course meets national Police-approved standards and will help you to understand the potential risks and dangers associated with keeping children and young people safe online.
Equality & Diversity is a concise course that explains the fundamentals of equality and diversity and how they affect you.
Complete training package
Save money by combining our online courses into one cost-effective training service tailored to your needs. Get in touch with us to find out more.