Online Briefing Sessions on the role of MP & Designated Liaison Person

DCCC, in conjunction with the National Child Safeguarding Programme; Early Learning and Care, are hosting two briefing sessions on  (1) The Role of Mandated Persons (MP) and (2) The Role of the Designated Liaison Person (DLP).

These sessions will be held on:

Tuesday 7th September 2021  Role of Mandated Persons                            6.00pm- 7.30pm  

  Thursday 9th September 2021                 Role of DLP                                                                            6.00pm- 8.00pm

The sessions are outlined below:

PLEASE NOTE ALL PARTICIPANTS AT THESE BRIEFING SESSIONS MUST COMPLETE THE TUSLA ELAERNING PROGRAMME PRIOR TO PARTICIPATION

Online Briefing Session – Mandated Person (MP) :

This session is aimed at mandated persons in Early Learning and Care services.  The session explains the roles and responsibilities of mandated persons under the Children First Act, 2015, including understanding legal obligations and making reports to Tusla.  Priority on this session should be given to mandated persons who may be new to their role or who require a refresher on the roles and responsibilities of mandated persons. 

Online Briefing Session – Designated Liaison Person (DLP):

This session is aimed at those in the DLP or Deputy DLP roles in ELC and SAC services.  This session will explore the roles and responsibilities of the DLP/DDLP.  THIS IS NOT DLP TRAINING. IT IS A BRIEFING SESSION ON THE RESPONSIBILITES ASSOCIATED WITH THE ROLE OF DLP/DDLP

This session is particularly aimed at those who may be new to the DLP or DDLP role and have been unable to access training since their appointment. 

Please email the following details to info@donegalchildcare.com before MONDAY 6th September  and a link for the briefing session will be issued to you:

Participant Name

Name of Service

DCEDIY Service Reference Number

Briefing Session (Tues 7th or Thurs 9th)

A copy of your e-Learning Cert.

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