The aim of this course is to explore how to put into practice a range of processes and procedures to help make your organisation safer for the people you serve.
Who is it for?
This course has been developed for those who have the responsibility for implementing safer recruitment processes in their organisations, whether local authorities, children's charities, community groups, churches or other organisations providing a service to children, young people and adults. The course will build upon existing safeguarding knowledge so previous foundation level training is required in order to participate.
This half-day course is for anyone who holds responsibility, oversight and decision-making powers within their church or organisation, usually in a leadership role. You will be equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to identify, assess and manage risk whilst supporting known offenders and those whose behaviour may be cause for concern. The interactive programme is delivered over a morning or afternoon.
What is Risk?
- Identifying different types of risk
- Gathering and Sharing Information
- Liaising with other agencies
- Evidenced Based Practice
- Risk Assessments
- Working in partnership
Manage and Review Risk
- Offender contracts and Covenants of Care
- Implementing Safer Boundaries and Cultures
We don't currently have any face-to-face sessions scheduled for this training course, although we are regularly booking dates so do check back again soon. Alternatively please check with our office on 0303 003 1111 (option 3) for the latest available dates.
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