Safeguarding Events

CCPAS undertake regular training for churches to ensure that churches are fully aware of their safeguarding obligations.  AoG works in close partnership with CCPAS, and endorses their training. 

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

The aim of the course is to assist churches, places of worship, and faith organisations (not excluding non-faith based) to develop a broad but sound understanding of the safeguarding task specifically in relation to children and young people. This course is designed to equip attendees with the necessary tools to create robust safeguarding arrangements. The course will benefit all who work or volunteer directly with children and young people such as crèche workers and children and youth workers. This is a foundation course, designed to be accessed by anyone at any level of the safeguarding learning journey. This course should be viewed as the first step before moving on to any of our advanced and specialist modules.

This is a half day interactive programme delivered over a morning or an afternoon. Our professional and experienced trainer will use a range of methods to engage delegates from presentation slides to audio visual clips and small group exercises. The session is quite varied and is delivered at a reasonable pace for those who are particularly new to safeguarding.

This course titled Safeguarding Children and Young People has 4 modules.

Current dates are (please check the CCPAS website as these dates may be subject to change):

All delegate bookings include a copy of the accompanying £6 workbook.
 
 
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Warrington Saturday, 14 July 2018 More information
Crawley Saturday, 8 September 2018 More information
Nechells Birmingham Saturday, 15 September 2018 More information
Swanley Friday, 28 September 2018 More information
Mold, Flintshire Saturday, 13 October 2018 More information
 

SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN AND ADULTS AT RISK OF HARM (Combined)

The aim of the course is to assist churches, places of worship, and faith organisations (not excluding non-faith based) to develop a broad but sound understanding of the safeguarding task. This course is designed to equip attendees with the necessary tools to create robust safeguarding arrangements. The course will benefit all who work or volunteer directly with children and young people such as crèche workers, children and youth workers and in addition, those working in adult ministries for example debt advice centres, counsellors, prayer ministries, street pastors etc. This is a foundation course, designed to be accessed by anyone at any level of the safeguarding learning journey. This course should be viewed as the first step before moving on to any of our advanced and specialist modules.

As a combined course covering both children and young people, and adult, this is a full day interactive programme from 10am – 4pm with a 45 minute break for lunch. Our professional and experienced trainer will use a range of methods to engage delegates from presentation slides to audio visual clips and small group exercises. The day is quite varied and is delivered at a reasonable pace for those who are particularly new to safeguarding.

This course titled Combined Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk of Harm has 4 modules.

 

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Northwood, London Saturday, 7 July 2018 More information
Saltcoats, Scotland Saturday, 8 September 2018 More information
Swanley Tuesday, 18 September 2018 More information
Dawlish, Devon Saturday, 29 September 2018 More information
Wanstead, London E11 Saturday, 29 September 2018 More information
Hanwell. London SW7 Saturday, 12 January 2019 More information

 

SAFEGUARDING ADULTS AT RISK OF HARM

The aim of the course is to assist churches, places of worship, and faith organisations (not excluding non-faith based) to develop a broad but sound understanding of the safeguarding task specifically in relation to adults. This course is designed to equip attendees with the necessary tools to create robust safeguarding arrangements. The course will benefit all who work or volunteer within adult ministries for example debt advice centres, counsellors, prayer ministries, street pastors etc. This is a foundation course, designed to be accessed by anyone at any level of the safeguarding learning journey. This course should be viewed as the first step before moving on to any of our advanced and specialist modules.

This is a half day interactive programme delivered over a morning or an afternoon. Our professional and experienced trainer will use a range of methods to engage delegates from presentation slides to audio visual clips and small group exercises. The session is quite varied and is delivered at a reasonable pace for those who are particularly new to safeguarding.

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Swanley Monday, 22 October 2018 More information

 

To confirm the above dates and for all information, including how to book, please go to the CCPAS website: www.ccpas.co.uk

 

OTHER TRAINING:

Visit the CCPAS website here

Training courses include:

SAFER RECRUITMENT

IDENTIFYING, ASSESSING AND MANAGING RISK

SAFEGUARDING FOR COORDINATORS AND DESIGNATED LEADS

DOMESTIC ABUSE: IN CHURCHES TOO

PASTORAL CARE AND SUPPORTING SURVIVORS

UNDERSTANDING SPIRITUAL ABUSE

DBS ELIGIBILITY

Ring Karen at CCPAS for more details about either event or to book on 0845 120 45 50 option 3, or book online at www.ccpas.co.uk

COMPLIANCY SAFEGUARDING FORUM FOR CHURCHES WITH ENGLISH AS A 2nd LANGUAGE

AoG has held three Compliancy Forums for Pastors and Leaders of small or newly-established Churches or Charities. (priority for those with or seeking AoG Status). Extra help for Churches with English as a 2nd language in September 2016, February and September 2017 at West London Family Church, Fulham, SW6 7QA.

A fourth is now being considered for 2018. The course runs 10am prompt to 3.30pm finish and costs only £25 per person for refreshments, light lunch, training & hard copy and memory stick handouts (£5 discount for each additional person from the same church).

If this is something you think would benefit you and your church, please register your interest by email or phone to David Pearson (with numbers of attendees):

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Tel: 01777 322065 (leave a message)

Numbers of attendees will be 25 and places are registered on a first come first served basis.