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Mandatory reporting webinars

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Webinar
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Duration

60 minutes

Join NSPCC safeguarding experts for a webinar series on understanding mandatory reporting

Learn about the proposed new statutory mandatory reporting of sexual abuse requirements when working or volunteering with children and young people in England.

These bitesize, knowledge-sharing sessions offer you the opportunity to hear from the NSPCC's experts on safeguarding - from our internal safeguarding managers navigating mandatory reporting for the NSPCC workforce, to our in-house specialist consultants advising on what this means for professionals and volunteers on the ground.

In each session we will share:

  • the story so far and the proposals for mandatory reporting of child sexual abuse becoming a statutory duty
  • who the new duty would apply to and what should be reported
  • signs and symptoms of child sexual abuse
  • real-life barriers that children face in reporting their abuse
  • the process for reporting
  • survivor stories and what we’ve learned.

Our series of webinars will cover mandatory reporting across a range of sectors to support you in understanding how the duty would apply within your setting.

Benefits of the webinars

  • Lunch and learn or twilight sessions to fit into your day.
  • Live 60-minute sessions with an expert safeguarding trainer and sector specialist.
  • Interactive polls and questions.
  • Tailored to consider the unique challenges in different sectors and offer practical solutions and actionable advice.
  • Convenient and easy access learning from anywhere.
  • Post-webinar reading containing useful insights and information about mandatory reporting.
  • Once you’ve attended a session, it doesn’t stop there. We have a range of further information, training and downloadable resources to help you protect the children you work with.

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Any questions? Call 0116 234 7246 or email learning@nspcc.org.uk

"Such an interesting session, I've joined a few now. I will be sharing the learning with my colleagues."



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