Safer Recruitment in Education Level 3




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Offer ends 31 May 2020
Study method
Online, self-paced
3 Hours
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Exam(s) / assessment(s) is included in price
  • Tutor is available to students

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Our Safer Recruitment in Education course is for anyone who is responsible for recruitment in an educational setting, including: Head Teachers, Governers, Teachers and HR Staff.

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Working at your own pace, you’ll learn about:

  • Preparing to recruit / Selecting the right people / Assessing the risk / How to remain vigilant / Recognising different types of abuse / Inappropriate behaviour and unsafe practice / How to develop appropriate policies and procedures for your organisation.

Units covered:

  1. Status of Guidance
  2. About this Guidance
  3. Who this guidance is for
  4. Part 1 - Safeguarding
  5. Part 2 - The Management
  6. Legislation and the Law
  7. The Designated Safeguarding Lead
  8. Inter-Agency Working
  9. Inspection
  10. Part 3 - Safer Recruitment
  11. Recruitment
  12. Types of Check
  13. Prohibition Orders
  14. Part 4 - Allegations
  15. Duties
  16. Suspension
  17. Informaton Sharing
  18. Criminal Investigations

Who is this course for?

Our Safer Recruitment in Education course is for anyone who is responsible for recruitment in an educational setting, including: Head Teachers, Governers, Teachers and HR Staff. This course is set up for those working in settings such as:

Primary and Secondary Schools / Higher Education Establishments / Academies / SEN schools / Early Years Establishments.


You will need an intermediate/advanced understanding of Safeguarding Children and therefore suggest you complete the Safeguarding Children Level 2 and/or Level 3 first.

Career path

For those with Intermediate or Advanced Level Safeguarding responsibilities within HR or assisting with Interviews/Recruitment.

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