Level 1 Safeguarding Training at Islamic Association of North London

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Level 1 Safeguarding Training

Faith Associates will be delivering 2 days of certified Level 1 Safeguarding and Child Protection training to Mosque and Madrassah Leaders at IANL

The course will be delivered by one of Faith Associates trained Safeguarding experts, to both male and female teachers and management staff of the community centre.

The key aims of the course are to increase knowledge, awareness and the ability to act on concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people in Islamic institutions. As well as to identify policies and good practice in Safeguarding and to develop understanding of reporting procedures.

The key objectives are to increase an understanding of the indicators of child abuse, explore the impact of abuse and neglect on children and how to support them and to gain knowledge of professional roles and responsibilities under current guidelines and county procedures.

The topics that will be covered are:

  1. Aims & Objectives
  2. Safeguarding in Islam
  3. National Safeguarding Agenda
  4. Definition of Abuse
  5. Preventing Radicalisation
  6. Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
  7. E-safety (Social Media Policies & Safeguarding)
  8. Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
  9. Child Development
  10. Reacting to Disclosure
  11. Roles and Responsibilities in Islamic Institutions
  12. Information Sharing and Confidentiality
  13. Allegations Against Staff
  14. Summary of an Islamic Institution

For enquiries, advice or to book a Safeguarding course for your institution contact us on +44 (0) 8452 733903 or email info@faithassociates.co.uk. For a resource and information hub dedicated to the Islamic education sector, visit  Madrassah.co.uk

1 Comment

  • Salam. Please let me know the dates for the Safeguarding course at the Islamic Association of North London. Please also let me know if you are doing the same course in East London.
    Also what are the costs for attendance at the course.

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