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Online Interactive Training: Safeguarding Training for VAWG Organisations

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Date(s) - 20 Mar 2024
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Price range
£75.00 - £100.00


Course Description

Safeguarding Training for VAWG Organisations: a course for frontline practitioners and managers is an online training. It is for professionals who want to build their confidence and practice in safeguarding those without care & support needs. You will have the opportunity to reflect on your practice, enhance your knowledge and take away some practical tools.

Learning outcomes:

  • To increase your understanding of the language of safeguarding  and relate it to our context 
  • To understand your safeguarding responsibilities and what to do if you are worried about an adult with care and support needs
  • To consider how you help those without care & support needs who need safeguarding
  • To understand reporting processes and where to find local information 
  • To reflect on your role  and a trauma informed response to a multi-agency safeguarding adults response


Who should attend?

This course is for anyone who works with people affected by Violence Against Women & Girls. This includes domestic abuse and sexual violence. You might want to attend if you work in: health, social care, housing, criminal justice, education or the women’s sector.


This course is delivered online using Bigmarker and is an interactive training session. The training session is tutor led and will last for three hours, including a 20 minute break. The training session will involve tutor presentation, question and answer opportunities and group work activities.



Ticket Type Price Spaces
Individuals or small charities/orgs (annual income below £200k) £75.00
Medium charities/orgs (annual income over £200k and below £1million) £90.00
Large charities (annual income over £1m), statutory bodies, private sector bodies £100.00

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