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DSL Role In Safer Organisations & Why Supervision is an Essential Part of Safeguarding (1 of 2 to complete DSL training)

20th September 2022 @ 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM

| Free
DATE:20th September 2022
SPB Training Officers
LOCATION:16 Britannia Place APPLICABLE TO: Adults and Children
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This course is one of two that are suitable for those who have a safeguarding lead role in any organisation, eg designated safeguarding lead in a school, safeguarding lead GP, social worker, care manager, Independent Domestic Violence Advisors, named doctor or nurse, police public protection unit, any staff undertaking adult safeguarding enquiries/assessments. The other course is Professional Differences and Managing Allegations (Half Day Course).


To enable safeguarding leads working with children and/or adults at risk to understand how their role contributes to their organisation being ‘safer’ and to understand why supervision is an essential part of safeguarding.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course the participants should be able to:

  •  Describe the attributes of a safer organisation
  •  Describe the role and responsibilities of the Designated Safeguarding Lead within an organisation
  •  Identify safer recruitment practices
  •  Explain the importance of staff supervision and how it supports professional curiosity and challenge.
  •  Define a variety of practice techniques which can be used in organisations to enhance supervision.
  •  Use a supervision tool to reflect on a child, family or adult at risk that you are currently working with.

Please Note:

This event is a 3 hour face to face session and also requires approximately 4 hours of pre-work which must be completed before coming on the session. Please do a Lateral Flow Test before attending.


16 Britannia Place, Bath Street, St Helier, JE2 4YS

Course Level

Children’s Competency Framework: Target Group 4

Adult’s Competency Framework: Specialist Level 2 and Advanced Level 3