National Safeguarding Unit (NSU) - Safe Activities For Everyone

The Safe Network and Protective Behaviours UK host FREE safeguarding workshop 

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FREE workshop for voluntary and community groups working with children and young people.
When is it? : 20/06/2012 
Where is it? : What's Your Point Community Group, Bengrove Close, Woodrow North, Redditch B98 7SX 
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The FREE safeguarding workshop is based on the Safe Network core safeguarding standards and in particular the 'Avoiding accidents and running safe activities and events' element. The session will include close links to Child Safety Week 2012.

The aim of the workshops is to enable delegates to develop safe practice in running safe activities and to introduce important safeguarding children and young people guidance.

Participants will have the opportunity to explore some key protective behaviour ideas which they can use to improve safeguarding practice in their own group or organisation.

Who is it for?

  • Staff and volunteers within or working with voluntary and community groups
  • involved in or interested in running activities for children and young people
  • for staff and volunteers who have some knowledge of safeguarding issues

Further information

To reserve your place contact the Protective Behaviours Administrator
Tel: 01905 799957

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