This workshop focuses on promoting good safeguarding practice to village and community halls throughout Yorkshire. Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility. As a charity or if you work with vulnerable adults and/or children, you must have safeguarding policies and procedures in place.
This interactive workshop is designed to help you feel confident that you fully understand your safeguarding responsibilities. Advice and examples of best practice will be shared throughout the session helping you to ensure you have the appropriate and proportionate policies and procedures in place.
At the end of this session you will have the knowledge and confidence to provide a safe environment for all.
Who should attend?
This workshop is designed for trustees of village and community halls across Yorkshire.
What will you learn?
By the end of the session you will understand:
- the importance of safeguarding
- your legal duty around safeguarding
- the different types of abuse and harm and how to identify them
- how to manage safeguarding risks
- the safeguarding policies and procedures you need to have in place
This will also be an opportunity to network with other trustees from across the region.
Sandi Clark. Sandi is experienced in safeguarding policy and practice having worked in this area for many years. She fully understands the latest requirements and how to apply these in your setting.
How to book
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If you have any questions about booking or invoicing please contact email@example.com or telephone 01904 704 177.
Attendees can receive refunds for cancellations up to 7 days before the event date.
This event is free to organisations in North Yorkshire with an income of up to £5k thanks to funding from North Yorkshire County Council.
Places for other organisations are £24 each (£20 +VAT).
If you are a small organisation that would struggle to attend this training a small number of bursary places may be available, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 01904 704 177 to discuss this further.