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Child Safeguarding Workshops
Our mission is to help more and more organisations develop and implement child safeguarding, putting it at the heart of everything they do. To further that aim we can create tailor-made workshops, delivered online for your trustees, senior management, staff and partners.
Online workshops are about 1.5 hours each. Lengthier subjects can be broken into modules, again about 1.5 hours each.
In future, post-pandemic, when in-house workshops become possible again, we will be able to set up much more comprehensive and interactive workshops that can be from one to five days, depending on your needs.
Whether your organisation just needs advice or guidance, or longer-term, individualised support, our experts will be able to advise and help.
To give you an idea of the kind of workshops we have created, below is a listing of a wide variety of subjects:
Safeguarding certification of sports organisations
Reviewing an organisation’s safeguarding policy/procedures against KCS standards
Safeguarding risk assessments of programmes (e.g., education, water and sanitation, health, sports, women’s empowerment, etc.)
Other workshops topics
Individual capacity building and strengthening
Safeguarding focal points
Management’s role and responsibilities in safeguarding
Board of directors’ role and responsibilities in safeguarding
Managing serious safeguarding concerns
Board safeguarding committees
Organisational capacity in child safeguarding
Basic introduction to safeguarding
How to develop/strengthen a safeguarding policy
How to implement and integrate safeguarding policy/procedures
Investigating serious safeguarding concerns
Child safeguarding for sports organisations
Child safeguarding in international schools
Child safeguarding in emergencies
Child safeguarding for journalists and researchers
Monitoring and evaluating safeguarding implementation
Supporting partners with their safeguarding
Developing a reporting/response mechanism
Child safeguarding in fundraising/communications
Child safeguarding and faith-based organisations
Child safeguarding and community-based approaches
Working in collaboration with the University of Reading: Mapping of national legal frameworks relevant to safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults.
Free online workshops
For those looking for an introduction to child safeguarding, we are holding FREE online workshops on a rolling basis. Our team of child safeguarding practitioners with international training experience are strategically located in different parts of the world. Each of these free introductory workshops will be about 1 to 1.30 hours long, presented in either English, French or Spanish. You can register for these events by clicking the ‘Register now’ link below. There is a capacity limit, so do be sure to book early!
Book a workshop
If you would like to know more about our workshops, or book our child safeguarding practitioners to set one up for your organisation, please do get in touch today.
What you can do
Help keep children safe
You can make a donation to support our work online (see donate button in the top right corner of this page) or by bank transfer: Account no: 65445370, sort code: 089299 (please reference: SAFE). You can also download a donation form (PDF) (US single donation / US regular donation) or (UK single donation / UK regular donation), if you would prefer to send a cheque (made payable to ‘Keeping Children Safe’).
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