Safeguarding children in faith groups partnership event

Nottinghamshire and Nottingham city safeguarding children partnerships present an online interactive partnership event on Wednesday October 27th at 9.30am.   Presentations of real-life safeguarding situations by safeguarding leads and how they were managed, plus an expert speaker on child neglect.

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This half day partnership event will encourage a wide-ranging discussion between participants about safeguarding children in faith groups.  We have an expert speaker on the subject of child neglect, Ruth Pearson, who has over 30 years experience in the field of child protection as a social worker and manager, and presentations from a range of Christian and Muslim faith groups.   These presentations will look at real life situations where children were at risk of harm, how this was managed, and what was learned from the events.  Participants will have the opportunity to participate in discussions about the barriers and challenges in safeguarding children in faith groups

Safeguarding checklists will be introduced as a useful tool to help your faith group meet best safeguarding and child protection practice.

This is a free event for those identified as safeguarding leads. 

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Safeguarding children in sports groups and voluntary organisations

Nottinghamshire and Nottingham city safeguarding children partnerships present an online interactive partnership event on Wednesday October 6th at 9.30am.   Presentations of real-life safeguarding situations by safeguarding leads and how they were managed, plus an expert speaker on child neglect.

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This half day partnership event will encourage a wide-ranging discussion between participants about safeguarding children in sports groups and voluntary sector organisations.  We have an expert speaker on the subject of child neglect, Ruth Pearson, who has over 30 years experience in the field of child protection as a social worker and manager, and presentations including from Nottingham Forest Football Club and the National Ice Arena in Nottingham.  These presentations will look at real life situations where children were at risk of harm, how this was managed, and what was learned from the events.  Participants will have the opportunity to participate in discussions about the barriers and challenges in safeguarding children in sports groups and voluntary sector organisations.

Safeguarding checklists will be introduced as a useful tool to help your group meet best safeguarding and child protection practice.

This is a free event for those identified as safeguarding leads. 

Book your place on Safeguarding Children in sports groups and voluntary sector organisations.

Book your place on Safeguarding children in sports groups and voluntary sector organisations 

 

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