Abuse is a sensitive topic for all involved, but knowing how to identify and deal with abuse is essential. The WHO estimated that up to 1 billion minors between the ages of 2 and 17 years of age have endured physical, emotional, or sexual violence.
Duration: 60 mins
Course type: eLearning
Number of candidates: 1 per licence
- Define abuse
- Outline current legislation, policies and regional guidelines regarding the welfare of children
- Recognise different forms of abuse and indicators of abuse
- Understand your responsibilities when abuse is suspected
- Implement procedures for reporting and documenting abuse
- List sources of assistance for yourself and others involved in an abuse situation
Who needs this qualification?
The course is suitable for employees of all levels particularly those working within hospitality. This is why Safeguarding Children training is essential for anyone who comes into contact with children, either at work or as a volunteer.
Why is this training important?
The aim of this course is to provide those working with children with the knowledge and understanding of the different types of child abuse and how to recognise the signs.
Upon completion of the course, learners will complete an end of learning assessment consisting of 10 questions.
70% of the questions will need to be answered correctly in order to pass and receive a certificate.
Person(s) in charge bundle
eLearning is purchased on an individual cost per licence basis and one licence is needed per candidate that you require to be trained. Licences can be pre purchased as part of one of our bundles. To view our bundles visit our Training page.