Date(s) - 28/04/2016
10:00 am - 4:15 pm
Museum of East Anglian Life
Trainer, Lesley Wood, working for Artswork, has developed a museum and cultural sector focussed training day. It is for museum trustees, managers, staff and volunteers who write, implement and are responsible for their museum’s Safeguarding policy and practice and comes highly recommended.
This course aims to:
Discuss the context and importance of child and vulnerable adult protection within museums
Explore current CRB child protection legislation and guidelines for working with young people and identify ways to ensure your museum complies
Identify ways to recognise potential signs of abuse and protect yourself from unfounded allegations
Inform on appropriate ways to respond and report possible abuse and disclosure
Explore issues of “safe touch”
Provide guidelines for developing an appropriate child and vulnrable adult protection policy for your organisation
Identify ways to develop your safeguarding policy and ensure it remains in line with current legislation
On successful completion of this course participants should be able to:
Demonstrate an understanding of current child and vulnerable adult protection legislation and the need for safe guidelines
Identify ways to recognise potential signs of abuse and breaches of safeguarding policies
Demonstrate an understanding of appropriate guidelines for responding and reporting possible abuse
Feel more confident of “safe touch” guidelines
Develop an appropriate child protection policy and guidelines for their project/organisation
Establish good practice and ensure their child protection policy remains in line with current legislation.
This event is fully booked.