Herts for Learning Online
:: What makes for effective safeguarding? School business managers session ::
Outline
In partnership with Hertfordshire County Council, we are arranging a half-day session for school business managers to support them to tighten their systems and processes for safeguarding children. This training is much broader than the single central record training which the business services team has been running this term and will continue to run next ter. Herts for Learning’s experience to date suggests that schools are fully committed to keeping their children safe but sometimes they do not know what effective practice looks like. To that end, the sessions will give school business managers a clear understanding of what constitutes effective safeguarding ‘on the ground’. The presenters include: Helen Jones, HfL Education Services Director for Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Groups Natalie Dalvarez, HfL Head of Business Services and Governance Marcus Cooper, Hertfordshire Senior Education Manager We are running the half day session on 23 March 2017, from 1pm-4pm at Beales Hotel, Hatfield. School business managers need only attend one session. The sessions are free of charge; places are limited.
Prerequisites
Please note this course is for school business managers and places are restiricted to 1 per school.
Outcomes:
By attending the session participants will:
  • have a clear view of the key features of effective safeguarding
  • understand the inspection requirements for keeping children safe
Please note this course is for school business managers and places are restiricted to 1 per school.
Suitable for:
  • Business Managers
Being delivered by Helen Jones, Natalie Dalvarez and Marcus Cooper
Price Nil (Centrally Funded)
Support Officer Nomusa Marowa
Email nomusa.marowa@hertsforlearning.co.uk
Enquiries Telephone: 01438 844857
 :: Session Information :: 
Town/Venue Dates Time Course Code Availability
Hertfordshire, Beales Hotel, Hatfield Thu 23 Mar 2017 13:00 - 16:00 Waiting List