New Introducing Safeguarding eLearning Course
Posted: Wed, 24 Mar 2021 18:33
British Orienteering are excited to support their commitment to Safeguarding further by launching their new 'Introduction to Safeguarding' eLearning course.
British Orienteering believes that it is essential to have at least a basic understanding of what behaviour is appropriate, how to identify a safeguarding concern and be confident about how to respond, as well as being clear about how to access support.
This course has been designed to be a great introduction for those delivering orienteering to others and wishing to learn about safeguarding, especially those who have contact with children or adults at risk.
To provide learners with a basic awareness of safeguarding children and adults at risk, including an awareness of the categories of abuse, the ability to identify the signs of abuse and to know what to do if you have concerns about a child or an adult at risk
Course Learning Objectives:
- Understand the various types of abuse and neglect
- Identify signs of abuse and know what to look for
- Know what to do if you suspect a child is being abused
- Understand the importance of reporting your concerns
This eLearning course is £10.00, the course will take approximately 45 minutes to complete, and you will also receive the following:
- Quick links to supporting resources, forms, and policies
To access the course, click here to set up your login for our eLearning platform, then select the course from the menu. If you are a British Orienteering member, please note that you will need to set up a login when you access the eLearning platform rather than using your British Orienteering login.
- If you, your club, or organisation wish to enrol multiple learners on to this course please contact Howard Blackman email@example.com 07768 334207 to arrange an Invoice.
- British Orienteering is also pleased to confirm that this eLearning module will be accepted as part of a coaches safeguarding requirements to remain licensed. The recently updated requirements for coaches' licenses to remain valid, states that for coaches who only work with adults, they will need to complete an appropriate on-line safeguarding module by 1st June 2021. This Introduction to Safeguarding course will be accepted as that on-line module. Other providers courses will still be accepted on submission of attendance certificates. However, the British Orienteering course is the only one to provide specific Orienteering case studies and related content. Please note, coaches who work with children and young people will still need to take an initial tutor led course either in person or via an online classroom.
For further information about British Orienteering's eLearning courses please contact Howard Blackman, email: firstname.lastname@example.org