Presentation on theme: "Safeguarding: Information session for learners. 2 Some of the content within this session is sensitive and may be difficult to discuss If you would like."— Presentation transcript:
2 Some of the content within this session is sensitive and may be difficult to discuss If you would like to talk about any issues raised, please speak to the trainer or a Safeguarding Officer Please note
What is Safeguarding? Working in small groups, discuss what do you think ‘Safeguarding’ might mean? Have you come across this term before? If not, what do you think it might mean?
4 Anything which causes you or us to be concerned that you or others might be at risk of significant harm… But not everything will be referred on – only what needs to be. Safeguarding is…
What the College would do Designated person Learner has concern about self or another and tells: Tutor/ other staff member Designated person gathers more information Refers on to others for support of learner (internal or external) Refers on to outside agency Dealt with in-house and monitored May go back to learner
How safe do you feel in College? Do you feel safe? Why/ why not? What would you do if you felt unsafe for any reason? Do you feel you would be listened to?
Contact details If you have concerns, you can talk to: Your Tutor A Safeguarding Officer A Counsellor The Student Union
Doncaster College’s Safeguarding Team You can contact the College’s Safeguarding Designated Officers on: Tel: 01302 553741/553509 Email: email@example.com@don.ac.uk