The NSPCC have extended their offer of a free training course.
As a result, you need to get the word out.
Do you know of individuals or company’s that are delivering to families you work with ?
Could they provide important information, that you might miss otherwise.
Get them to check out the free offer from the NSPCC.
This particular offer is aimed at those who would not normally attend Safeguarding Training
Detective Superintendent Jon Hull of Sussex Police, speaking on behalf of Community Safety and Safeguarding Children Partnerships across Sussex said: “Workers visiting people’s homes during the pandemic have the unique opportunity to see or hear things that others may not. Therefore, it is important that they feel confident in knowing what to do if they are concerned about a child.”
“If you are still working with members of the public, taking the NSPCC’s free, quick training course, this spring could mean a child does not have to suffer needlessly. If you see something, say something.”
So deliver something to your colleagues, a chance for them to improve their knowledge and to help you by sharing what they might see.
Remember “It’s Your Call”