Established Designated Safeguarding Leads Refresher Training


NASS will be hosting the above training session on:

Friday 15th September 2017: 9.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.

To be held at:

The Priory Rooms, 40 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF

Places are limited – please book early!

Trainer: Carolyn Eyre

“Keeping children safe in education” is statutory guidance for all schools and FE colleges including independent schools and academies. The current guidance states that designated safeguarding leads (DSLs) and their deputies must attend refresher training at least every two years and update their knowledge, skills and understanding at least annually.


To give opportunities for experienced designated staff to update their skills, knowledge and understanding of Child Protection within the context of provision for children with additional needs

Learning Objectives

To provide information on recent changes in national and local procedures, policy and practice particularly in relation to ‘Keeping children safe in education’ Sept 2016
To consider the impact of legislation, guidance and research – and the additional challenges faced by specialist settings
To share ideas on ensuring staff training is relevant and improves understanding and skills
To explore the lessons learned from recent Serious Case Reviews and inquiries

This event is suitable for designated staff (and deputies) that have previously attended appropriate DSL training and are now looking for an update.  This is a full day time commitment, certificates will be issued at the end of the day.

Further information and the booking form can be found here

Deadline for receipt of booking is Friday 11th August 2017

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