Designated safeguarding lead Network (previously Safer Settings)

Target audience

Leaders and managers with supervisory responsibilities, safeguarding designated persons in early years practitioners in private, voluntary and independent early year's settings and experienced child-minders.*

(*Please note, only one place bookable per setting, due to high demand. If you have more than one setting and intend to send individuals from separate settings, please state clearly when booking, which setting each person is from.)

About this course

The DSL Network course was previously called Safer Settings. This network provides an opportunity for designated safeguarding leads to strengthen their safeguarding practice through reflection and peer support.

Date, time and venue

Date Time Venue
21 February 2023 13.30 - 15.30 Rufford Suite (South)
22 February 2023 13.30 - 15.30 Mansfield Woodhouse Children's Centre
23 February 2023 18.30 - 20.30 Online (Microsoft Teams)
1 March 2023 18.30 - 20.30 Online (Microsoft Teams)
13 June 2023 9.30 - 11.30 Rufford Suite (South)
14 June 2023 13.30 - 15.30 Mansfield Woodhouse Children's Centre
15 June 2023 18.30 - 20.30 Online (Microsoft Teams)

Course tutor

 Early Childhood Services.

Cost

 Free 

Book

21 February 2023 Book online using Eventbrite

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Further course information

The aim of the training is to:

  • Strengthen safeguarding practice and build confidence of Designated Persons for Safeguarding, through reflection and peer support
  • To consider and share practice on the implementation of current and relevant safeguarding policy and practices.

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