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15 & 29 September 2021 | 9.30am - 12.30pm



To provide in-depth training to safeguarding officers, safeguarding leads or designated safeguarding person within the organisation.  This course will support and aid the designated person with primary responsibility for managing safeguarding and reporting concerns about children, young people and adults at risk, the responsibilities and legal compliance including disseminating the safeguarding policy, procedures and processes throughout the organisation.  


Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course participants should be able to:  

  • Describe the core values and principles for the role of safeguarding officer  
  • Understand their role in meeting, improving and imbedding the safeguarding policy, practices, and procedures within their organisation 
  • Understand the legislation and government guidance that underpins safeguarding in Wales  
  • Understand their responsibilities in responding to safeguarding issues relating to beneficiaries, staff or volunteers and apply skills to managing cases of poor practice and abuse within and outside of their organisation  
  • Locate and use a wider range of resources to utilise in their organisation 

Who the session is for

The course is provided for individuals who have a designated safeguarding responsibility within their organisation. This may include: designated safeguarding officers, safeguarding leads, safeguarding deputies, HR roles with safeguarding responsibility (those responsible for recruitment of roles working with children, young people and adults at risk), and anyone appointing or managing the individuals in these roles. 

Upon completion a certificate of attendance will be provided to each delegate.  

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Fel aelod bydd gennych fynediad at ystod eang o adnoddau a chymorth. Rydym hefyd yn hoff o gynnwys ein haelodau cyn i ni wneud penderfyniadau o bwys sy’n effeithio ar y trydydd sector.

WCVA is the national membership organisation for the third sector in Wales. Our vision is for the third sector and volunteering to thrive and improve well-being for all. We aim to achieve this by influencing, connecting and enabling.

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