Level 3 Qualification - Safeguarding (Principles of Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young People or Vulnerable Adults)
This is an interactive course with a focus on the creative and cultural sectors.
You will take part in hands-on learning activities and discussions with other sector professionals to understand safeguarding in your own context.
Packed with helpful resources and links to key documents and information this course aims to teach you how to recognise the signs of abuse and neglect and what actions you can take to stop this from happening and occurring again in the future.
It is designed to provide the tools and knowledge to make a difference to a vulnerable person’s life and embed this within your own practice.
A range of subjects is covered including:
Safeguarding legislation and guidance
Indicators of abuse or neglect
Roles and responsibilities
Sharing of information
Dealing with and reporting of allegations and complaints
You will receive an 80 page E BOOK to support your learning this can be viewed using, a computer, phone or tablet.
You will receive free updates throughout the 3 year licence period which will keep you up to date with changes to guidance and best practice.
The course is offered in 2 efficient 2 hour sessions with guided learning to support your development and understanding or can also be offered over a morning/afternoon.
For those participants wishing to gain a Level 3 Award in Principles of Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young People or Vulnerable Adults (RQF) there is an additional 1 hour 1-2-1 professional discussion and successful participants will then be awarded their Level 3 certificate and qualification.
"The MHFA course was really great value, both in terms of my time and money. I felt connected to the tutor and other participants during the online session and the resources and interactivity were really thought provoking and I feel they have made my practice more confident, safe and inclusive in a way that complemented my own lived experience without being triggering or patronising."
Freelancer and mental health survivor
Attended a Ubiquitous Arts course January 2021