Safeguarding Training and Development Modules

 

Overview

Core safeguarding learning pathways (Basic Awareness, Foundation and Leadership) have been developed as a modular programme which builds learning according to role.

Therefore, these pathways should be completed in consecutive order until an individual has reached the required highest level of learning for their role. Additional safeguarding learning pathways have been developed to further enhance safeguarding knowledge in specific practice areas, or for specific roles

The links and pages below show you what modules are available, whether you are required to have undertaken them, and directions for how to book your training place.

Book onto a Course

If you already know what you need to do, you can book your training place directly via the links below.

Book onto a National Safeguarding Team online course

Book onto a Diocese of Ely Delivered Safeguarding Team course

Ely Diocese Training Strategy

 

 

Core Safeguarding Learning Pathways and Specialist Module overview

First published on: 19th September 2019

This page provides a basic summary of each of the Core Safeguarding Learning Pathways and Specialist safeguarding modules and which role holders are likely to need to attend each course.


Contact a member of the training team

First published on: 19th September 2019

Open this window to contact a member of the Diocesan Safeguarding Training team directly.


Multi Agency Training

First published on: 24th September 2022

This page provides information relating to additional safeguarding training provided by Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Safeguarding Partnership Board


Safeguarding Season 2022 Webinars

First published on: 6th December 2022

During November 2022 the Diocese of Ely and Ely Cathedral launched Safeguarding Season. During this week there were a series of webinars that focussed on, and raised awareness of, a wide-ranging number of safeguarding issues that affect all of our communities. This page provides access to some of these webinar recordings.


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