Happy girl outsideChild protection and safeguarding training in Hampshire

NDNA is working with Hampshire County Council to provide registered early years settings in Hampshire with FREE safeguarding training. There are two courses available, basic and advanced, for more information email Hampshire.SG@NDNA.org.uk

Additional support: Attendees will also have access to our online Early Years Development Zone to download resources to compliment this training and the course certificate after completion of both parts.

Training method:
This course is provided via Live Online Learning (LOL). LOL is a virtual classroom where you can learn new skills online from the comfort of your home or setting with our new range of webinars. These webinars are delivered by a live trainer via the internet providing the opportunity for you to ask questions and log in and participate remotely at a time and place to suit you. 

Basic Safeguarding and Child

Duration: This course will be delivered in two one hour sessions.

This course will help you to:

  • Differentiate the terms 'safeguarding' and 'child protection'
  • Identify legislation and legal requirements relating to safeguarding and child protection
  • Apply the Prevent Duty to your setting and local procedures for safeguarding children
  • Locate the Hampshire LSCB website
  • Identify different types of abuse and explore some of the signs, symptoms, indicators and behaviours of abuse
  • Explore what might prevent children from disclosing
  • Know the importance of following both your own setting and the Hampshire LSCB procedures.

Book now for part 1:

Advanced Safeguarding and Child Protection

Duration: This course will be delivered in two 90 minute sessions.

This course will help you to:

  • Understand your role as the DSL and your responsibilities
  • Explore the Ofsted Inspecting Safeguarding document
  • Ensure that staff (including yourself) have regular updates
  • Explore e-safety and social media in relation to safeguarding
  • Analyse Serious Case Reviews and the impact  on safeguarding children in your care
  • Explore ‘safe recruitment’
  • Be informed about the disqualification by association 
  • Make decisions about the action to take when concerned about a child in your care
  • Analyse the referral process.

Book now for part 1: