Child Protection and Safeguarding Training is a accredited training programme tailored for Madrassahs, Islamic Supplementary Schools and Mosques. This training programme will enhance your knowledge of protecting and safeguarding children and vulnerable people at your institutes. It will help you recognise any warning signs of abuse, know what to do with any concerns you may have and take the right action to prevent abuse and protect your institute and staff from legal scrutiny.
We have provided this training to Madrassahs and Mosques across the UK for 15 years, we have also started to deliver this training internationally. We have worked in Africa, Asia and Europe delivering Safeguarding training to Mosque and community leaders. Our most recent work internationally, was part of our partnership with the United Nations, providing safeguarding and management training to the community in Tanzania.
Updated in 2019, this course aims to increase your knowledge, awareness and ability to act on concerns about the safety and welfare of children in Islamic institutions.
You will learn about:
- Aims & Objectives
- Safeguarding in Islam
- National Safeguarding Agenda
- Definition of Abuse
- Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
- Contextual Safeguarding
- Preventing radicalisation
- E-Safety (Social Media Policies & Safeguarding)
- Child Development
- Drug taking and alcohol abuse
- Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
- Forced Marriage
- Peer on peer abuse
- Reacting to Disclosure
- Roles and Responsibilities in Islamic Institutions
- UNCRC Principles
- Information Sharing and Confidentiality
- Allegations Against Staff
- Summary of an Islamic Institution
Our safeguarding trainers have over 20 years of safeguarding experience and will provide you with the materials you need to remain up to date with Safeguarding regulations and procedures.
Who Should Attend
Level 1 Safeguarding is legally mandatory for all those who work directly with children, young people, their families and/or careers, in order to enable them to safeguard and protect children. This holds true for all Madrassah and Supplementary school teachers, managers, administrators and assistants, whether working on a full time or part time basis, as volunteers or employees.