Course duration: 1.5 hours
Course cost: £40 + VAT per candidate
Delivery method: Online or in house
CHILDREN MISSING IN EDUCATION
This course looks at:
Understanding which pupils are deemed at risk of becoming CME
Implementing procedures designed to act swiftly and effectively when children become missing in education
Ways schools can track and monitor pupil absence in order to prevent pupils becoming CME
How to deal effectively with Elective Home education notifications
What is the course about?
Children missing education are pupils who are not registered at a school or receiving suitable education elsewhere.
Children missing education are at significant risk of underachieving, being victims
of harm, exploitation, radicalisation, and becoming NEET (not in education,
employment, or training) later in life.
This training provides schools with a clear understanding of their role and responsibilities, strategies designed to prevent children from becoming missing in education and procedures required to address concerns effectively.
Who is the course aimed at?
This course is essential for school staff who are involved with, or hold responsibility for pupil attendance and safeguarding. It is also useful for
professionals who work closely with families.
Senior leadership team
Designated safeguarding leads