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All staff members should receive appropriate safeguarding and child protection training which is regularly updated. In addition all staff members should receive
safeguarding and child protection updates (for example, via email, e-bulletins and staff meetings), as required, but at least annually, to provide them with relevant
skills and knowledge to safeguard children effectively.
Appropriate whistleblowing procedures, which are suitably reflected in staff training and staff behaviour policies, should be in place for such concerns to be raised
with the school or college’s senior leadership team.
Governing bodies and proprietors (in Part two, unless otherwise stated, this includes management committees) must ensure that they comply with their duties under legislation.
They must have regard to this guidance to ensure that the policies, procedures and training in their schools or colleges are effective and comply with the law at all times.
The designated safeguarding lead and any deputies should undergo training to provide them with the knowledge and skills required to carry out the role. The training should
be updated every two years.
Governing bodies and proprietors should ensure that all staff members undergo safeguarding and child protection training at induction. The training should be regularly
updated. Induction and training should be in line with advice from the LSCB.
In addition, all staff members should receive regular safeguarding and child protection updates (for example, via email, e-bulletins, staff meetings) as required, but at
least annually, to provide them with relevant skills and knowledge to safeguard children effectively.
Governing bodies and proprietors should recognise the expertise staff build by undertaking safeguarding training and managing safeguarding concerns on a daily basis.
Opportunity should therefore be provided for staff to contribute to and shape safeguarding arrangements and child protection policy.
The School Staffing (England) Regulations 2009 require governing bodies of maintained schools to ensure that at least one person on any appointment panel has undertaken
safer recruitment training.
Governing bodies of maintained schools may choose appropriate training and may take advice from their LSCB in doing so. The training should cover, as a minimum, the
content of this guidance.
The Prevent guidance refers to the importance of Prevent awareness training to equip staff to identify children at risk of being drawn into terrorism and to challenge
extremist ideas. Individual schools are best placed to assess the training needs of staff in the light of their assessment of the risk to pupils at the school of being drawn
into terrorism. As a minimum, however, schools should ensure that the designated safeguarding lead undertakes Prevent awareness training and is able to provide advice and
support to staff on protecting children from the risk of radicalisation.
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