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Safeguarding

Safeguarding the most vulnerable people in our society is one the most important things we can do. Working with our most vulnerable people in society, means that we are likely to spot the signs of potential abuse. Being able to identify and act on these signs is paramount.

Children under 18 in the UK

Everyone of the 13,050,000 children under the age of 18 in the United Kingdom, should be safe from

the risk of significant harm. Sadly this is not the case for every child. This page of our website is

designed to introduce our safeguarding course, and to provide some statistics.

How many children are considered at risk?

There are many types of abuse:


During our Safeguarding course, we will explore the signs, symptoms and indicators of some of these types of abuse.

Safeguarding Children is everyone’s responsibility

Child abuse has long term effects on the child, some children will live with what has happened to them for the rest of lives and never actually tell anyone what has happened to them. It can affect the child’s schooling, future relationships and some abuse can cause long term physical complications.

Although all abuse is wrong, there are some types of abuse that people are happier to discuss and can cope with the thought of, there are other types of abuse that people really struggle to discuss due to it’s very nature. Examples of these types of abuse are, sexual abuse and Female Genital Mutilation (FGM). By not talking about abuse, allows it to continue. If we do not face head on all types of abuse, they will continue. Children will continue to be abused if we do not raise the awareness of what they are going through, what to look out for and what to do should you see the signs/symptoms.

The NSPCC in June 2016 released their annual How Safe Are Our Children report, within this report they have highlighted the rise in abuse cases across the UK, worryingly they also noted that during 2015 the number of URLs identified by the Internet Watch Foundation containing sexual abuse images of children was up by 118%.

FGM star How many at risk of FGM in England and Wales? How many children did not tell someone?

We currently offer 1 Safeguarding Children qualification, which is regulated by OfQUAL accredited by Qualsafe Awards:

Safeguarding and Protecting Children, Young People

and Adults at Risk - Level 2 (RQF)


New and improved course with simpler assessment process

The Training Fox certificated Safeguarding Children courses - COMING SOON:

Keep your eyes peeled for more information!

We currently offer 1 Safeguarding Children course, which is certificated by The Training Fox:

Introduction to Whistle-Blowing