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Keeping Children And Young People Safe In Education Level 3
(non-Endorsed, BYTSYZ e-Learning assessed and certificated)
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(inclusive: all modules, online training, unlimited trial assessments, 1 (one) final assessment for each module, certificate, online and phone student support)
e-Learning, Online (exclusively over the Internet).
Assessment criterion based multiple choice questions with instant results.
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5 hours 07 minutes
(this time does not in anyway suggest that you personally will complete the course in this time. Some individuals study faster then others so the study time differs from individual to individual.)
BYTSYZ e-Learning Certificate of achievement and student transcript.
This programme refers specifically to the requirements contained within the document 'Keeping Children Safe In Education (2016)', which must be observed and followed by:
All those whose work is related to the education of children and young people need to be fully aware of the contents of 'Keeping Children Safe In Education (2016)'. As such, the course is suitable for all, including but not limited to:
September 2015 brought big changes for educational establishments, with both:
In July 2015 the Government issued statutory guidance called 'Keeping Children Safe In Education (2015)'; schools and colleges must have regard to it when carrying out their duties to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. This statutory guidance was updated in September 2016, leading to 'Keeping Children Safe In Education (2016)'. This statutory guidance is specifically for the following education establishments:
As a result, this programme is essential for all those involved in the teaching, welfare and safeguarding of pupils and students up to the age of eighteen, who attend any of the educational establishments listed above.
Unlike other safeguarding programmes, that focus more broadly on the child protection aspects of safeguarding, this course covers the range of educationally specific safeguarding issues. Designed specifically to meet the safeguarding needs of the educational sector, this course is designed for all those involved in the education of children and young people, including:
The 'Keeping Children Safe In Education (2016)' statutory guidance, defines safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people as:
Education managers, professionals and practitioners have a particularly important role to play in the safeguarding of children and young people; they are in an ideal position to identify concerns early and provide help, so preventing escalation.
All education establishments and their staff, form part of the wider safeguarding system for children. 'Working Together To Safeguard Children (2015)' outlines the national system for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children.
This course addresses the safeguarding issues that are specifically relevant to the education sector and that form the focus of the statutory guidance 'Keeping Children Safe In Education (2016)'. It is designed to supplement, but not replace, the BYSTZ e-Learning course Safeguarding Children and Young People - Level 3, which covers all the more general safeguarding issues, including:
This course addresses:
Under the 'personal development, behaviour and welfare' section of the Ofsted inspection criteria, educational establishments are judged on the effectiveness of their safeguarding arrangements, needing to demonstrate that they are meeting their statutory responsibilities. Overall effectiveness will be judged 'inadequate' or 'requiring improvement', if safeguarding is found to be ineffective.
In order to ensure effective safeguarding, educational establishments need to ensure:
This programme will do much to ensure that children and young people attending educational establishments remain safe from harm and that educational establishments work within the confines of the law and the boundaries of statutory guidance; all of which will help in the success of Ofsted inspection of this critical area.