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Qualification Cost:

Group cost:

Up to a maximum of 12

Individual cost:

Up to 6 Learners

Each

Introduction to Whistle-blowing

The Training Fox certificated course

2

£130.00

£25.00

Successful candidates will receive a The Training Fox certificate valid for 3 years.

It is advised that you renew this course prior to the expiry date on your certificate.

There are no formal assessments during this session, although learners are fully observed in their interactions throughout the session.

The ethos of this session is about information and providing employees with the knowledge to raise the alarm should there be cause for concern.

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Our course aim is to benefit learners with an introduction to whistleblowing,

its process and importance in the area of safeguarding.

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Our Introduction to Whistle-blowing course is designed to provide staff working in an Early Years setting with an introduction into the Whistle-blowing process, its importance and the safeguards in place to protect a whistle-blower.


It will ensure that staff are prepared to make referral of bad practice should the situation arise, and in turn assist in the wider safeguarding sector.


We hope that the need to whistle-blow never arises, however should it, we believe that it is better to be prepared than not.