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Course for church safeguarding leads coming to Norwich

A course for Safeguarding leads is running at The King’s Centre in Norwich on March 28 and people from Norfolk churches are invited to book a place.

Please note: this has been rescheduled from November 30
'Safeguarding Coordinators and Designated Leads' training is run by training provider Thirtyone:eight as focused around a faith context.
The aim of this course is to understand the need for safeguarding coordinators/leads to have an enhanced awareness of safeguarding within a faith group context over and above that of staff or volunteers for which they are the point of contact.
This course is designed Specifically for safeguarding coordinators and those who hold lead responsibilities for safeguarding both children and adults within their church, organisation or charity. The course builds upon the learning gained from attending our core courses and there is an expectation that those who attend this course have already completed basic safeguarding training whether with Thirtyone:eight or elsewhere.

Training details

King's Community Church The King's Centre, King Street, Norwich, NR1 1PH
March 28th 2020 10am – 4pm
£45 per person (or £40 per person if you book 5 places or more)
To book a place or for more information contact Alison Hopley on  01603 765795 or

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