Safeguarding in Social Housing

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Safeguarding in Social Housing

It is vital that Board Members understand the strategic elements of Safeguarding in Adults and Children. Boards need to understand what it means, what the main provisions of the Care Act 2014 are (and equivalents in Wales and Scotland), and the role and duties of the Housing Association in relation to Safeguarding.

This training will also talk about the multi-agency framework, relevant policies and procedures including information sharing and whistle blowing required to ensure effective Safeguarding.

It will consider how the Board gains assurance that the organisation is meeting its Safeguarding responsibilities and consider how the Board can lead from the top and drive the right safeguarding culture in your organisation.

Presented by Karen Anderson

Karen was an police officer with Devon and Cornwall police for 24 years. The final 14 years of her service she was a detective in the police public protection team, investigating child abuse cases and abuse of adults with care and support needs. After retiring from the police in 2013 she now offers safeguarding training to organisations and people who work with children or vulnerable adults.  

The training will be 1 hour, held online and will cost only £60 (plus VAT) per person.

Contact us to express an interest in this training

We are also able to offer an extended, bespoke version of this training tailored to your organisation’s position and needs. Please contact us for more details and a specific quote.

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