Contextual Safeguarding Training
Contextual Safeguarding Training – Safeguarding Against Harm Outside of the Family Home
1 Day Course: £600
This course is delivered over 3 live sessions held via Teams or Zoom. It can be tailored to the specific needs of the organisation.
Maximum number of participants per course: 25
About the Contextual Safeguarding Training
This 1 day Contextual Safeguarding Training will teach the contextual safeguarding approach and its position within the safeguarding system.
Who is this course for?
This course can be tailored to meet the needs of any group with the following learning objectives. Any significant alterations to the learning objectives are not a problem but would however incur further costs, due to that alteration of the learning materials.
There will be 3 live sessions held via Teams or Zoom, and the use of pre-recorded materials for independent learning used across the day. This will be a full day which will run from 9.15am to 4pm.
There is a maximum of 25 people per course. All participants receive a PDF of all presentation slides and a handout of further reading and viewing material.
Course learning objectives
- Understand the Contextual Safeguarding approach, its history and current position with the safeguarding system
- Consider the developmental period of adolescence and types of harm that take place outside of the family home.
- Examine the use of these approaches in relation to peer on peer abuse and child exploitation using case studies
- Learn from good practice examples across the county who are using these approaches
- Consider how to apply this approach to our own work
- Signpost to further learning and resources
About the trainer
Suzi Moore is a teacher who has over 20 years experience of working in Social Care and Health in the sexual abuse and substance misuse field, largely supporting Sexually Exploited children and adults. Suzi is an Associate Trainer for the Contextual Safeguarding team at the University of Bedfordshire and trained under Dr Carlene Firmin and her team.