Free safeguarding webinar

Protecting vulnerable people during COVID-19

As churches continue to respond to the changing guidance in relation to Coronavirus, it's never been more important to consider how we rise to the challenge of keeping those in our church community, and wider society who may be vulnerable, safe.

The opportunity for the Church to reach out to their communities at this time is huge, but not without its risks. How do we do this safely both for those we are caring for and for our teams?  This is not a ‘tick box’ exercise, but one that will make all the difference between helping keep people safe or potentially creating additional risk. We've created this FREE 15 minute webinar that, although not safeguarding training, will give you some important tips and advice on the areas to focus on to ensure your church activities are safer for all during this time.

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This free 15 min webinar covers: 
  • Crisis planning
  • Reviewing pastoral care arrangements
  • Accountability and record keeping
  • Impact of self-isolation
  • Offering practical support
  • Use of online platforms
  • Looking after your team

If you liked this then why not try our other webinars

We have a range of webinars to help those working with vulnerable people and those who have a responsibility for safeguarding to stay up-to-date with the latest safeguarding legislation and best practice. 

Take a look at our upcoming webinar topics to see if there’s an event you’d like to register for. If you sign up for a webinar, you'll be sent a link with details of how you can attend the live event.

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