BFSWS follow the Covid 19 restrictions as detailed by BFC If there is a requirement to return to delivering the Safeguarding Level 2 and 3 training over MS Teams again this will be planned in.

MOD Safeguarding Training - Level 1 

From reporting concerns whilst maintaining confidentiality and being able to follow procedure in a safeguarding incident, Level 1 workers have important responsibilities when it comes to safeguarding. At this level, learners need to be able to recognize signs and symptoms of abuse and neglect and know how to report it.

 

This level will give learners a firm understanding of what to do in the event of a safeguarding incident in order to keep anyone concerned safe and understand the processes within their working locality.

MOD Safeguarding Training - Level 2 

The learners who require MOD Safeguarding Level 2 training will have an increased number of responsibilities, as well as the responsibilities required at level 1. This level of training will provide them with the necessary skills needed to participate in a safeguarding enquiry, as a likely worker with the vulnerable person or child and, report and record their concerns to assist such enquiries.

 

Learners will also gain insight and understanding into key safeguarding legislation and how it has been shaped through the years. This information will help them to understand how the legislation applies to their role. They will also learn how to effectively communicate with individuals at risk and gain the knowledge to identify potential abuse.

MOD Safeguarding Training - Level 3 

Undertaking Safeguarding Level 3 training implies that the individual has an extremely active role in any safeguarding situation and requires the knowledge to help shape the safeguarding policies of their workplace. At this level those responsible will be able to contribute and manage safeguarding plans for individuals.

 

This level of training is appropriate for those who have a direct responsibility for investigating, reporting and recording any safeguarding concerns. Learners at this level not only require the same knowledge as those in levels 1 and 2, but they will also learn to act as an effective advocate for a vulnerable child or adult and be able to confidently contribute to inter-agency assessments and meetings.