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Event: Safeguarding in a modern age, 10 March

9 February 2016

This full day interactive workshop on 10 March, jointly hosted by Study UK and Brave the Rage, will assist you with putting together a safeguarding programme for your students.  The course will promote a step by step guide to personal safety in our modern world. Professionals will leave with a better understanding of the safeguarding best practice policies and procedures, and of their role in and responsibilities for ensuring student safety.

Session content

  • Cause and Effect: Today's Society - The Real Picture
  • Vulnerability: Sexual Coercion & Media Peer Pressure
  • The Essentials of Safeguarding
  • Mental Health: Identification and Prevention of Risk Factors
  • Practical Roles & Responsibilities
  • Change Management
  • Understanding the Referral & Assessment Process
  • Best Practice Case Studies
  • Questioning & Listening Skills
  • Signposting and Support  

Session format:
An interactive workshop format, with best practice case studies and role-plays.  There will be plenty of time for discussion and questions. 

This session is suitable for:
Any staff working in teaching, admissions or student services.

When and where:
Thursday 10 March 2016, 219 St John Street, London EC1V 4LY
Registration: 10:00 | Start time: 10:30 | End time: 16:30

About the trainer:
Brave the Rage Trainer Julie K Wilkinson has over 20 years’ experience working with young people on issues related to bullying and wellbeing.  She is qualified in mediation and conflict resolution.  Julie has worked for Kidscape as an Anti Bullying Coordinator for England, and is currently Vice Chair of Children England.

Booking information:
Study UK members: £160. Non-members: £200. (VAT exempt)

Click here to book online via www.studyuktraining.com or contact the events team: T: 020 7608 7090 | F: 020 7608 7961 | E: events@study-uk.org


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