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Safeguarding Wbl 2010 Mollnet Update 2603


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The learner induction to Safeguarding at Myerscough College (online tutorial)

The learner induction to Safeguarding at Myerscough College (online tutorial)

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  • This presentation is for tutorials in Safeguarding with an aim to raise awareness of Safeguarding at Myerscough College
  • The term Safeguarding includes all activities and measures that the College undertakes in order to promote Safeguarding. Including procedures and training for all staff, wearing of lanyards etc Activity – List groups or individuals may be “ vulnerable” or harmed Access students / Students with disabilities / 14 – 16 year olds / Males / Females / social – economic backgrounds etc
  • At Myerscough College Every Child Matters (ECM) and Every Student Matters (ESM) Every Person Matters (EPM) Activity – Which outcomes relate directly to Safeguarding (SS and BH – although all of them really) List examples activities students are involved in that can be linked to these ECM outcomes Enrichment – Sports Social Rag Week Careers Progression PCSO Bus travel well being week Nurse Chaplaincy Fund raising Work experience
  • In law a child is a child until their 18 th birthday Activity List different types of Abuse ? Physical / Sexual / Psychological / Financial / Neglect / Discriminatory / Institutional
  • All staff have a responsibility for Safeguarding and Child Protection and wear lanyards to identify themselves
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    • 1. Myerscough College Safeguarding Awareness Please click your way through the presentation. You will need to complete a short survey at the beginning of the presentation and different one at the end. This should take you around 15 minutes
    • 2. Pre-Presentation Survey Please double click on the MOLLNET Pre-survey This open a new window On completing the ‘Safeguarding Tutorial Pre-Survey’, please close the survey window and continue through this presentation
    • 3. Safeguarding at Myerscough College:
      • Keeping Students , Staff and Visitors SAFE at all times.
      • This includes procedures and training for ALL staff. A visible example of Safeguarding by staff is they must wear their ID lanyards and carry the guidance notes: ‘ Safeguarding Young People and Vulnerable Adults ’
      • Myerscough College is committed to providing a safe environment in which young people or vulnerable adults can develop educationally, socially, emotionally and free from abuse .
    • 4. A Safeguarding Commitment
      • The College Safeguarding Policy sets out our legal duties and responsibilities. This information together with the Staff Professional Code of Conduct should be used by all staff, volunteers, students, work providers and anyone associated with the college.
    • 5. A Safeguarding Commitment
      • All the staff, students, volunteers, external organisations, providers and anyone associated with the college are expected to commit to all associated policies and procedures. Including Vetting and Barring and Criminal Records Bur the eau (CRB) disclosure for recruitment of staff and volunteers. They are expected to attend training in this important area.
      • Any concerns relating to Safeguarding and Child Protection should be reported to the Designated Senior Persons using the Notification of Concern form.
    • 6. At Myerscough College Every Child Matters (ECM), Every Student Matters (ESM) & Every Person Matters (EPM)
      • The 5 Key outcomes of ECM, ESM & EPM
      • Staying Safe
      • Being Healthy
      • Enjoying and Achieving
      • Making a positive contribution
      • Achieving Economic Wellbeing
    • 7. Child Protection:
      • Child Protection is about recognising the signs, symptoms of abuse and/or neglect.
      • Acting on this information is known as “ disclosure ”
    • 8. The Work-Based Safeguarding Contacts:
      • Work-based Tutor/Assessor.
      • (Always ensure you have your assessor
      • contact details ).
      • Philip Lomas
      • Work-based Training Manager
      • and Safeguarding rep.
      • [email_address]
      • Tel: 01995 642294
    • 9. Further Safeguarding Contacts:
      • Bernard Pendleton
      • Head of student support (DSP)
      • [email_address]
      • Tel: 01995 642205
      • Robert Kay
      • Senior Warden (DSP)
      • [email_address]
      • Tel: 01995 642348
    • 10. Post-Presentation Survey Now that you have watched the presentation could you please complete a final short survey on the MOLLNET - this will only take a few minutes: Thank you