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Published by Criminal Records Bureau in Liverpool .
Written in English


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Pagination11p. ;
Number of Pages11
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Open LibraryOL18517662M

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Safer Recruitment and selection in Educational Settings, Keeping Children safe in Education April , which replaces Safeguarding Children and Safer Recruitment in Education/Every Child Matters (From January ) Guidance on safe working practice for the protection . Safer Recruitment Policy. The Church of England is committed to the safeguarding and protection of all children, young people and adults, and the care and nurture of them within our church communities We will carefully select, train and support all those with any responsibility within the church in line with safer recruitment principles. 9. Safer. Legally, anyone undertaking a role that involves contact with, or responsibility for, children or other vulnerable adults should be taken through a safer recruitment process. Some individuals may not be suitable to work with adults at risk due to gaps in their understanding, skills, or knowledge. Introduction The Safer Recruitment Consortium (SRC) is currently developing and running Safer Recruitment for the adult workforce. The SRC believe that the likely outcome of the Saville Enquiry will be a more stringent approach to Safer Recruitment.

This document is an update by the Safer Recruitment Consortium of a document previously published for schools by the Department for Education and Skills (DfES). Safer Recruitment. A key element of the Vulnerable Children Act has been the introduction of required safer recruitment procedures for people who work with children and young people. Children’s workers are those people who work with, or provide a service to, children and young people. Caption: Introduction ; 1. An Introduction to the Safer Recruitment model policy and procedures: This policy provides guidance for all managers in all agencies involved in the recruitment of staff and/or volunteers to work with children and/or vulnerable adults to ensure they meet their obligations under safeguarding and attain a safer, more robust recruitment process. This Safer Recruitment course is perfect for people who work in settings with children, young people and vulnerable adults. It covers the policies and checks required to ensure that the recruitment process has the safety of children and vulnerable people as a priority.

children or vulnerable adults) and therefore now fall into Group 2 – eligible for criminal record but not for barring information. This includes members of PCC, especially the Church Wardens, senior stewards, and leaders for safeguarding. It also includes some specific roles for example visitors into schools e.g. Open The Book volunteers. Safer Recruitment It is everybody’s responsibility to safeguard children and young people and this is integral in the recruitment and retention of individuals who work with and have contact with children. POLICY FOR SAFER RECRUITMENT - PROTECTING CHILDREN & VULNERABLE ADULTS This policy should be read in conjunction with the Town Council's policy on EMPLOYING PEOPLE WITH CONVICTIONS and the other policies and practice statements on recruitment and selection, and equal opportunities. Application 1. Description. Safer recruitment is one of the most important aspects of protecting and safeguarding the children in your care. The governing body of a maintained school must ensure when appointing a member of the school workforce, that at least one member of the appointment panel has undertaken appropriate training in how to take proper account of the need to safeguard and promote the welfare.