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Safeguarding Training

by Adrian Smale last modified 21 Feb, 2017 09:55 AM

Face to face safeguarding training is now booked online - see below.

Confirmation of a place will be immediate and a waiting list system will also be possible for the first time. If you do not have access to the internet, then please speak to your parish administrator, if you have one, or ring Church House (01722 411922) and ask for Alex Weedon.

There are two separate areas of training.

  1. Currently, all clergy and LLMs must do the e-learning course first, before doing C3. Other groups are also welcome to do it. If you are in either of these categories, click here to make a start.
  2. Our main Safeguarding courses are available here. To register, see below.

1. Illustrated Step by Step Guides to booking a course online

A step-by-step guide to booking Safeguarding courses on our website


2. e-Learning

**Separate system to online booking-so you will have to create an account and register to access this course**

Safeguarding e-Learning

In the Diocese of Salisbury we see many children and young people in church, in schools or elsewhere in the community. We also meet adults who may be at risk of abuse in our congregations and in our communities. We want our Diocese to model best practice in keeping children and adults safe.

We need to equip over 5000 people who work or volunteer with children or adults with the skills they need to carry out their roles and to understand the importance of recognising abuse and how to deal with it. This basic training was professionally developed with substantial help from the Police so you can be sure it is objective and of high quality.

There are two modules – one for children and one for adults.

Every church member who has contact with children, young people or adults who may be at risk in any parish needs to do basic training so we can make our churches safe places where everyone can flourish. These modules allow some people a choice between doing face to face training or completing it online. We hope everyone who completes it will benefit from and enjoy the experience.

Thank you for your contribution to the vital work of protecting children and adults who may be at risk. This is all part of God’s mission for his Church and his world.

One very important word of warning – if you have been personally affected by abuse either as a child or an adult then you should not do this training.  We advise people who need to do safeguarding training but who may have personal experience of abuse to speak directly to the Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, Heather Bland, or to book themselves onto face-to-face training where we have people available to act as Listeners.
Instructions for completion:

  1. Click here for the e-learning site.
  2. Next, click here for the crib sheet and print off a copy;
  3. and click here for your parish code.
  4. A confirmation email will be sent as part of your registration process. This email may go into your ‘Spam’ or ‘Bulk email’ box, so if you don’t receive it in your inbox please keep an eye out for it there!


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