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Safeguarding For Trustees

Event description

2 hr online training session for those in governance who wish to understand the role they play in the delivery of safeguarding within their organisation

About this event

This online course is ideal for those in governance roles such as trustees or those at executive level, who wish to build their confidence of safeguarding legislation, guidance and practice.

It will develop your understanding of the important safeguarding role that you play within your organisation and assist you in providing guidance and support to those you work with, ensuring best practice.

Completing this training can support your organisation with any future funding applications and ensure that safeguarding is a priority at the highest level of your organisation.

Ideal for:

Anyone at a Trustee or Executive level who wishes to refresh their knowledge on Safeguarding procedures within their organisation.

You will:

Consider the governance role in safeguarding

Learn about legislation, guidance and key documents

Review categories of abuse for children and adults

Explore how your organisational values link to your safeguarding approach

Consider how your own policies and procedures encourage an effective approach to keeping people safe.


Lesley Wood is a freelance creative and educational professional with more than 20 years’ in-depth experience of working across the creative, heritage, education and cultural sectors. She works with organisations of all sizes and across all sectors measuring impact & providing support on strategic development. 

Course Cost: 

£40 per person  

All of our training courses are delivered using Zoom.

Our courses are interactive with a combination of polls, break out rooms and open discussions. We also use several platforms to provide resources and tools to support the training session. You will have the opportunity to reflect on your learning and ask questions in order to gain the most out of the session.

For advice and information, please contact the Professional Development team via 


Safeguarding for Trustees