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Employer engagement is a key government priority for colleges and training providers. Tribal has developed the Raising Skills series to meet this agenda providing standardised, high quality learning and support materials for full-cost delivery. The courses are comprehensive, yet concise, and focus on key issues for employers. They are designed to support a range of delivery models, including face-to-face, distance or blended learning.
This concise programme is ideal for anyone who has direct contact with children as part of their job role, whether this be in a full-time, part-time or voluntary capacity.
The term ‘safeguarding’ covers a range of responsibilities that adults have towards children and young people in their care. This course aims to provide the particular skills and knowledge to enable learners in a wide variety of settings to carry out these responsibilities effectively. As they work through the course, learners will become clear about their role in preventing abuse. They will be able to recognise potential or actual danger and harm and identify the appropriate action to take in response to these different situations.
The programme contains guidance on relevant legislation and provides the learner with an opportunity to understand workplace policies and procedures relating to safeguarding children and young people. It also emphasises the importance of working together and how to share information with others to benefit children and young people.
For the learner, materials include:
For the tutor, materials include:
A comprehensive tutor guide is supplied to accompany these materials. To view a sample of a tutor guide, click here.
Raising Skills for Work courses will support learners’ continuous professional development, and potentially improve their career prospects. Learners may also wish to progress to further training or study for qualifications.