This ADHD Awareness course has been designed for people who work around or look after young children, such as parents, carers, teachers, childminders, and school support staff. The course will help you to recognise the signs of ADHD discover the potential causes understand what happens during the diagnostic process and learn what help and treatments are available via health and social care professionals.
This Autism Awareness training course will help you understand more about Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) and how these affect the children that you work with. Upon completion, you’ll know how to identify the signs of autism and understand how you can support an autistic child in your setting. The course will help you to recognise the challenges that autistic children face so that you can help them reach their full potential.
This training course aims to help the learner understand how to identify factors that could harm the children in our home and education communities and how to safeguarding them from further harm. The course is suitable for Individuals, groups and allied professions working with vulnerable adults and as a component of continuous professional development.
This CSE Awareness course helps practitioners to understand the complexities involved with child sexual exploitation issues and be aware of how to recognise it, who is most at risk, why young people respond in the way that they do and how children become implicated in CSE. The course also provides essential information on what constitutes best practice for responding to concerns and making referrals to safeguarding boards.
This Designated Safeguarding Officer course is suitable for anyone who works frequently with children and who holds a management, supervisory or designated child protection role in settings such as schools, universities, charities, places of worship, sports clubs, leisure centres and GP and healthcare practices. The course is suitable for anyone wishing to understand the responsibilities of the Designated Safeguarding Officer so that they can become a safeguarding officer for their company or assist those who already hold the position.