Safeguarding Safeguarding Training Courses

Safeguarding Training Courses

Following changes in the National Church Safeguarding Policy we have implemented a new programme of Safeguarding training courses.

All the training will be following the national standard as issued by Church of England training team – this training is transferable so if you move to another diocese or role this training will be valid:

The following 2017 training dates have spaces available:

Day Date AM Start
Time
PM Start Time Venue
Wednesday 25 October C2/C3/S1 Bournemouth
Saturday 4 November C1 10.00 C2/C3 13.00 Closed at the moment may become available
Monday 27 November C1 9.30 OAP
Wednesday 13 December C1 9.30 OAP, Old Alresford, SO24 9DH

2018 Training Dates

Day Date Month Type Time Venue
Thursday 18 January C1 0930 Chineham
Thursday 18 January C2/C3/S1 1300 Chineham
Tuesday 23 January C1 0930 OAP
Tuesday 23 January C2/C3/S1 1300 OAP
Saturday 27 January C1 1000 Southbourne
Saturday 27 January C2, C3, S1 1300 Southbourne
Tuesday 30 January Intro to Safeguarding Officer Role 0930 OAP
Wednesday 7 February C1 0930 OAP
Wednesday 7 February C2, C3, S1 1300 OAP
Tuesday 20 February C1 1900 Hartley Wintney
Saturday 3 March C1 1000 Ellisfield Memorial Hall
Saturday 3 March C2, C3, S1 1300 Ellisfield Memorial Hall
Tuesday 6 March Domestic Abuse Awareness 0930 TBC
Thursday 8 March C1 0930 OAP
Thursday 8 March C2, C3, S1 1300 OAP
Thursday 15 March C1 0930 OAP
Thursday 15 March C2, C3, S1 1300 OAP
Wednesday 28 March Intro to Safeguarding Officer role 0930 OAP
Tuesday 17 April C1 0930 OAP
Tuesday 17 April C2, C3, S1 1300 OAP
Wednesday 25 April C1 0930 OAP
Wednesday 25 April C2, C3, S1 1300 OAP
Saturday 28 April C1 1000 Throop, Bournemouth
Saturday 28 April C2, C3, S1 1300 Throop, Bournemouth
Wednesday 2 May Domestic Abuse Awareness 0930 TBC
Thursday 10 May Intro to Safeguarding Officer Role 0930 OAP
Tuesday 15 May C1 0930 OAP
Tuesday 15 May C2, C3, S1 1300 OAP
Wednesday 23 May C1 0930 OAP
Wednesday 23 May C2, C3, S1 1300 OAP
Saturday 9 June C1 1000 Highfield
Saturday 9 June C2, C3, S1 1300 Highfield
Thursday 21 June C1 0930 OAP
Thursday 21 June C2, C3, S1 1300 OAP
Saturday 30 June C1 1000 St Johns Hythe
Saturday 30 June C2, C3, S1 1300 St Johns Hythe
Tuesday 3 July Intro to Safeguarding Officer role 0930 OAP
Monday 9 July C1 0930 OAP
Monday 9 July C2, C3, S1 1300 OAP
Wednesday 26 September Intro to Safeguarding Officer role 0930 OAP
Thursday 27 September Domestic Abuse

Awareness

0930 TBC

 

Monday 19 November Domestic Abuse Awareness 0930 TBC
Wednesday 21 November Intro to Safeguarding Officer Role 0930 OAP

 

For more information and to book a place, please contact Siona Jeffery:

01962 737347 / siona.jeffery@winchester.anglican.org

Training Course Content

 C0

An online initial information course – available to access by all via the national safegaurading portal:

https://safeguardingtraining.cofeportal.org/login/index.php

 C1

 Basic combined Adult and Child Protection

 C2

Additional training for those in a Lay leadership role in the church , safeguarding reps, youth leaders, playgroup leaders, choir leads, bell captains etc.  They must have completed either C1 training or attended Diocesan adult and Child protection training within the last two years prior to attending C2 training.

 C3

All Clergy, LLMs or those with PTO have to attend training to C3 level. This is due to be held at various locations around the Diocese date and venues will be circulated via Archdeacons. Those attending must have completed C1 or Diocesan adult and child protection training within the last two years before attending C3.

 S1

Safer Recruitment module and will be delivered on all C2 and C3 training

 

Introduction to Safeguarding Officers

 This is an introductory course for Parish Safeguarding Officers. It outlines the requirements of the role and looks specifically at the requirements of the DBS process. It will help Officers identify the areas they need to address in their own locations and how best to do that.

Domestic Abuse Awareness

Domestic Abuse is far more prevalent than we may realise. There is much written in both the Christian and secular press that suggests that Christian theology and church teaching has colluded with violence against women and children. What would you do if someone came to see you about an issue of domestic abuse? Domestic Violence does happen today. It is perpetrated and experienced by members of our churches. The first step is to be informed.