Everyone has the right to be safe and live without the fear of abuse, neglect or exploitation. In order to safeguard and protect persons from abuse or neglect we need to learn how to identify vulnerable individuals and take necessary steps to stop abuse and neglect.
All professionals working with children and young people should have the competences both to recognise child abuse and neglect and to take effective action’
Safeguarding Training is essential to ensure that all those working with children , young people and vulnerable adults (paid or voluntary) take all reasonable steps to prevent harm, particularly sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment from occurring.
UK Safeguarding works to support both individuals and organisations to attain the knowledge and skills needed to manage safeguarding risks effectively.
Our Ofqual Regulated Safeguarding Courses are ideal for teachers, nursery nurses, nannies, healthcare and social care workers, sports club coaches and officials, indeed anyone whose work or activities brings them into contact with children, young people, and/ or adults at risk.
All our courses are delivered face-to-face in well equipped training environments where delegates have the opportunity engage in open discussion and share knowledge and experience.
Courses are delivered through “blended learning” embracing a variety of teaching and learning modes and techniques.
All our trainers hold teaching qualifications and are educated to postgraduate level. They’re extensive experience enables them to deliver high quality content which is rewarding yet sensitive to what can be an emotionally challenging topic.
We can deliver group training in our designated training centres or in-house. Please contact us for details of group discounts.
a ‘vulnerable adult’ is anyone “who is or may be in need of community care services by reason of mental or other disability, age or illness; and who is or may be unable to take care of him or herself, or unable to protect him or herself against significant harm or exploitation”.