How confident are you and your staff when it comes to your Safeguarding policies, procedures and practices? Dr Colette Limbrick, the Director of Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Services (CSAS), says: ‘It is expected that today everyone in the world of Catholic social action, whether clergy or lay, whether a large established organisation or a small or new charity, be able to not just answer positively but demonstrate the answers to this question concretely’. She will lead a Safeguarding training day at CSAN on Friday 29 March, including one-to-one surgery sessions, to help your organisation become more confident in this crucial area. 10.30am-12.30pm: ‘Safeguarding 101’ – for organisations wanting basic guidance or a refresher session Lunch 1-2.30pm: ‘The Next Level of Safeguarding Practice’ – suitable for all but especially those ready to improve from learnings from the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse reports and other latest case studies and best practices. 2.40pm-3.30pm: 10-minute private surgery sessions with Dr Colette Limbrick
Please note: this one-day workshop will be open to all in the world of Catholic social action including those not in membership, and as such booking will be taken on a first-come first-served basis, and a small contribution per person is requested to help us cover the costs. CSAN Members: £10pp for the whole day; £6pp for half-day, including lunch. Non-CSAN Members: £20pp for the whole day; £12pp for half-day, including lunch. Please let the Officer for Caritas Education and Learning, Elize Sakamoto email@example.com, know of your interest by Monday 11 March indicating: 1) whether you would like to attend for the whole day, morning only or afternoon only; 2) whether you would like a private session With Dr Limbrick. We hope to see as many of you as possible on Friday 29 March.
This Workshop is being organised by CSAN (the Caritas Social Action Network) and hosted at CSAN’s offices at Romero House. More information can be found on the event page – http://www.csan.org.uk/events/safeguarding-workshop-mar2019/.