This is suitable for anyone who works directly with children and adults at risk to provide common core skills and knowledge. It would suit professionals who are required to record information about children and adults at risk. This is an essential skills of safeguarding good practice.
To ensure that those working with children or adults at risk are able to record information effectively and store it safely.
By the end of the course the participants should be able to:
- Explain why effective recording is an essential part of the service provided to children, families and adults at risk.
- Be able to put the voice of the child or adult at risk first.
- Know how to use organisational recording documentation, present safeguarding concerns and store documents.
- Explain the difference between fact, opinion and assumption.
This event will take place on Microsoft Teams and a calendar invite with the link to join will be sent to you prior to the event. We are unable to BCC calendar invites on Teams so please ensure you use an email address that you are comfortable to be seen by delegates.