Safeguarding Mandatory Ongoing Learning
This safeguarding training’s designed to help you stay up-to-date on safeguarding practice and your responsibilities as a member of Scouts.
This training’s been updated from June 2020.
All roles recorded in Table 2: Appointments as requiring an Appointment Review, together with all Trustees/Executive Member roles, require renewing Safeguarding and Safety training (initial Safeguarding and Safety training will normally be completed as part of Module 1) within five years of the role start date recorded on Compass.
Afterwards, for as long as the adult’s in a role that requires an Appointment Review, the training must be completed again within five years of the last recorded Safeguarding training completion date on Compass..
It’s independent learning, so you don’t have to attend a course to complete it.
Who should take the training?
If you’re up-to-date with your Safeguarding Mandatory Ongoing Learning, you’re not required to re-do this new module but to stay up-to-date, we’d encourage you to complete it (it doesn’t take long).
What's included in the training?
There are five lessons in the module and an assessment at the end. You’ll need to score 100% in the assessment to unlock the certificate of completion.
We have produced a reference guide to the content of the Safeguarding Mandatory Ongoing Learning. This guide can be used for reference before, during or after you do the e-learning, read it here >
What are the training objectives?
By doing this e-learning, you’ll:
- understand the Safeguarding Policy and how to keep young people and adults at risk safe
- understand the Young People First Safeguarding Card Code of Practice (Yellow Card)
- know how to recognise abuse
- know how to report concerns
- know what to do to keep Scouts safe.
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