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Introduction to Safeguarding

Learn how your organisation can protect people from harm, abuse or neglect.


Safeguarding is the process of taking important steps to protect people from physical or emotional abuse, sexual assault, and other forms of abuse or neglect. It also means protecting the reputation of an organisation too.

This one-day training will provide an essential foundation for anyone in an organisation who is responsible for the safety and wellbeing of others: HR, managers and leaders especially. 

You will learn the knowledge and skills necessary to recognise signs of abuse, prevent potential harm, and respond appropriately to safeguarding concerns. You will also learn about the legal and ethical frameworks that underpin safeguarding practices, as well as the importance of confidentiality and maintaining boundaries.


✅ Recognise signs of abuse and neglect

Learn how to respond well to safeguarding concerns

Gain skills to implement safeguarding measures and promote a culture of vigilance

Develop strategies to create a safe, inclusive environment for vulnerable team members


📍 Venue: Online or in person

⏰ Duration: 1 day

👥 Suitable for: Anyone in an organisation who is responsible for ensuring the safety and wellbeing of others

🎓 Learning style: presentations, discussion, roleplay

💬 We say:“Safeguarding is thinking the unthinkable and then figuring out how to reduce the probability of it happening.”


📖  Safeguarding – Not For The Faint-Hearted


“The tone, structure, and content of the training today was perfect. The difficulty of the subject was made real by your reflective case-studies. And you made people feel safe enough to talk.” — Anonymous

“The knowledge and skills I gained played a pivotal role in shaping my approach to safeguarding practices. The insights you shared not only enhanced my understanding but also greatly contributed to my professional growth. I truly appreciate the difference you make in the lives of individuals and organisations through your commitment to excellence.” — Anonymous

“A well balanced session with good group work on relevant case studies. A well facilitated participatory environment.” – Anonymous

“The facilitator had strong knowledge of the material, gave concrete examples, communicated well, and provided space to raise questions and input to discussion.”  – Anonymous

“The session was interactive and highly educational.” – Anonymous

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