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Engaging Children in Safeguarding

“Great course to stimulate discussion around how are we engaging with our young people."

Learner Testimonial

This engaging and informative 2.5hr online class helps staff explore how to include children in an organisation's safeguarding culture.


Ensuring children/young people have a voice, are empowered to use that voice and feel safe to use that voice is one of the biggest safeguards any organisation can have. It supports a 'say something' culture and helps to prevent and break any walls of silence.

The class is suitable for all organisations supporting children and young people. It is designed to help staff/volunteers from all workings levels and can serve as new learning or a great refresher professional development safeguarding and child protection learning option.

Currently Only Available As An In-house Exclusive Class

By the end of this class, learners will be able to:

  • Describe how children and young people interpret being safe.

  • State the importance of involving children and young people in a safeguarding culture.

  • Recall the key safeguarding and child protection points for consideration when encouraging the voice of the child.

  • Identify a range safeguarding solutions to help engage children and families and empower the child's voice.

Available As An In-house Exclusive Class Only

All Learners receive a Personal Certificate, and to help further evidence Professional Development, we make sure all our certificates quote the full 2.5hr study time, as well as the course aim and objectives.

If you would like to register a group of learners and prefer to pay via invoice, or if you would prefer to access this training as a bespoke in-house online class, please contact us, and we can assist you in taking forward either of these preferences.

Class Dates

“Great course to stimulate discussion around how we engage with our young people.”


“Interesting and a good reminder that we are doing things correctly, but can always improve.”

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