Online Contextual Safeguarding 'Bite Size' Training
Contextual Safeguarding is an approach to understanding and responding to young people's experiences of significant harm beyond the family home. Contextual Safeguarding expands the objectives of child protection systems in recognition that young people are vulnerable to abuse in a range of social context.
The aims of the training are:
- To give participants an understanding of the theory of Contextual Safeguarding
- To give an opportunity to discuss how children and young people can be significantly harmed outside the family home.
- Explore the four key elements in the Contextual Safeguarding Approach.
- To give increased confidence in identifying children and young people who present as potentially being vulnerable through the company they keep or the areas they frequent.