Safer Recruitment for International Schools
Webinar DescriptionThis Safer Recruitment webinar provides information on how recruitment processes should comply with the principles of safer recruitment practice and to understand the requirements placed on schools under best practice guidance. The webinar covers perpetrator behaviour and how the school can deter, reject and identify candidates who are unsuitable to work with children and prevent them from gaining employment in a school. It examines the required pre-employment checks for school staff and practical tools to apply throughout the process. We'll also provide you with tools to use before and during the interview so you can ask the appropriate questions to determine a candidate's knowledge of safeguarding and if they would be suitable for working in your school.
- To explore safer recruitment practices, including what should be in your policy and process.
- To think about how to implement these in your school.
- To explore case study examples applicable to safer recruitment.
- Senior and Middle Leaders.
- Designated Safeguarding Leads and Inclusion Leaders.
- HR personnel staff.
- School Owners and the Board of Governors.
Attendees will get:
- A complete presentation with accompanying notes.
- Tips for how to train staff members.
- Optional follow-up support and guidance.
- Certified Participation Certificates.
About Debbie Innes-Turnill:Debbie Innes-Turnill is a lecturer in Advanced Child Protection Studies at the University of Birmingham. She is also an independent Safeguarding Consultant providing support to schools, charities and sports organisations to help keep every child safe. With almost 30 years experience as a teacher and educator in every age range from 2 years old to university, Debbie is able to distil the complex area of safeguarding into policy, procedures and culture for your school including practical ideas and solutions for your safeguarding and welfare issues.
By buying this webinar, you will be able to access the recording for a period of 30 days.