Responding to Allegations Against Staff
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About the Event
Even with the best safeguards in place, no organisation serving children/young people or adults-at-risk is immune from vulnerabilities relating to allegations against staff, irrelevant of whether that person is in a paid, voluntary or contracted position.
Sometimes the risks around allegations relate to not only the vulnerability of them occurring but also potential failings in staff distinguishing between what is a complaint and what is an allegation. These failings can be particularly common when relating to 'lesser' on 'non-significant' concerns.
By the end of this engaging and informative, 2.5hr virtual classroom course, you will be able to:
- Identify what may form concerning practice from a safeguarding perspective.
- Recognise what may be considered as an allegation against staff.
- Name key considerations when responding to allegations.
- State safeguarding strategies that may support you and your organisation when responding to allegations against staff.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for all organisations serving children and young people and/or adults-at-risk. This learning is likely to be of most interest for those professionals in -
- Designated safeguarding positions or those staff holding specific safeguarding responsibilities, e.g. their organisation's named/designated/lead safeguarding person, safeguarding champions, etc.
- HR/People and Culture positions
- Supervisory and Management Positions
- Welfare Positions
Upon completion, all Learners will receive their Personal Certificate of Attendance. To help further evidence Continued Professional Development all our certificates quote the course time (2.5 hours) and the course aim and learning objectives.
For this course, participants must have already received their basic safeguarding and child protection training. If you are yet to undertake this training, have a look at our eLearning courses, you could complete one of these before this virtual classroom course.
If your organisation would like to register a few staff for this course and would prefer to receive an invoice, we can arrange that for you. Please contact us on 022 394 0619 or email us on - email@example.com to arrange group registrations.
- Allegations Against Staff$40$400$0