Events

  • Safer Recruitment Training 28th January 2022

    Check Availability

    ‘Keeping children safe in education’ (DfE 2021) states that schools and FE colleges have a statutory responsibility to ensure that relevant staff and members of the proprietor body been trained in Safer Recruitment techniques as set out in part 3.

    Fri 28 Jan 2022
    09:15 - 16:45
  • Newly Designated Safeguarding Lead Training, Thursday 3rd & Friday 4th February 2022

    Check Availability

    Keeping children safe in Education (DfE 2021) states that every school or FE college should have a senior member of staff designated to take lead responsibility for dealing with child protection issues, providing advice and support to other staff, liaising with the Local Authority and working with other agencies.

    Thu 3 Feb 2022
    to Fri 4 Feb 2022
    09:30 - 16:15
  • Making sense of the Single Central Record: DBS & other vetting checks – 7th February 2022

    Check Availability

    Who should be included? What do we put in the columns? Who needs which checks? Why is it so complicated?

    Mon 7 Feb 2022
    09:30 - 12:30
  • Changes to DBS Filtering Rules briefing – Tuesday 8th February 2022

    Check Availability

    On the 14th September 2020, the House of Commons passed the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (Amendment) (England and Wales) Order 2020, which has been described as the most significant change to criminal record disclosure since 1975. Carolyn Eyre will be presenting a briefing, via Zoom, which looks at the Supreme Court judgment that led to the new rules and the main changes that member organisations will need to make to current recruitment procedures.

    Tue 8 Feb 2022
    13:30 - 15:00
  • Identifying and Investigating Allegations of Professional Abuse Training – 3rd March 2022

    Check Availability

    What is the difference between an allegation and a complaint? What if the person isn’t our employee? What are the implications of the changes to part 4 of KCSIE and what about keeping records afterwards?

    Thu 3 Mar 2022
    09:30 - 15:30
  • Teaching & Learning Special Interest Group meeting, 3rd March 2022

    Check Availability

    The NASS Teaching and Learning Special Interest Group (SIG) provides the opportunity for you to meet and network with colleagues within Independent and Non-maintained Special Schools.  The Teaching and Learning SIG provides opportunity to discuss innovation and ideas in terms of Teaching practices.  It provides an opportunity to learn, share and develop ideas as well seek guidance from peers on issues or concerns in terms of teaching and learning.

    Thu 3 Mar 2022
    10:00 - 12:00

    Spaces Available: 10