Safeguarding is the action that is taken to promote the welfare of children and adults, and protect them from harm.

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility and, all organisations that work with or have contact with children and adults at risk must demonstrate compliance with this responsibility.

Safe prides themselves on delivering up to date and enriched training and consultancy on all aspects of Child and Adult Safeguarding, by trainers that have vast operational experience of the subject areas.
We are confident those who undertake our training and consultancy will learn about the importance of putting safeguarding first.

We are committed to promoting the welfare and safety of children and adults at risk.

Empowering Safeguarding through Training & Support.

Safe Ltd have delivered training to the following organisations:

We are confident those who undertake our training will learn about the importance of putting safeguarding first.

We are committed to promoting the welfare and safety of children and adults. The welfare of children and adults is the bedrock of our training. We are confident it will provide participants with the tools and inspiration to make your organisation stronger in safeguarding.

To achieve this, we will work closely with your organisation before training delivery. We fully understand and actively promote the importance of multi-agency working under Working Together 2018, but a close working relationship will ensure the delivery is bespoke to your organisational needs whilst remaining compliant with legislation and published guidance.

We will also use the latest presentation technologies and use practical examples to give subject areas real-life meaning. We need to know your business to ensure all the potential around safeguarding can be released by our training. Significantly for modern business, we provide value for money.

Safeguarding training provided by SAFE is an excellent way to enable practitioners to promote the welfare of children and adults.

Our mission is to be leading in the delivery of all aspects of Safeguarding Training.

Our Training Team

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“Fiona’s ability to investigate serious and complex Adult and Child Safeguarding cases were quickly recognised when she worked on specialist teams.”

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“Simon undertook the role of Senior Investigating Officer for a number of complex child abuse investigations, he received Chief Constable and Judge Commendations for his work in this area”

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“Paul is currently the Chair and author of a number of serious case and domestic homicide reviews and can offer advice or support within many key areas”.

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“Tom completed the Child Exploitation and On-line Protection Centre’s (CEOP) Behavioural Analysis Unit’s accreditation programme for Forensic Behavioural Analysts”.

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“Simon has a passion for training and developing others and, as such, has delivered bespoke training across a myriad of agencies including local health authorities, education, social care and the Police.”

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“As an experienced investigator and international trainer Tessa has first-hand experience of a variety of cultures and backgrounds and firmly believes this has helped her to become a dynamic motivated and inclusive deliverer of safeguarding training.”

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“Liz is passionate about safeguarding and supporting health practitioners in Practice. She is currently the Head of Safeguarding for Dorset Clinical Commissioning Group”.

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“A large part of Alan’s time is spent in online safeguarding and providing advice for professionals and parents on how to deal with many of the online issues that arise in the constantly changing environment in technology”.

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“James is currently an Associate Trainer for the NSPCC, Barabarani and the Academy for Health Coaching as well as providing private training both in Safeguarding and Motivational Interviewing.”

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“Mark has advised government ministers, think tanks, director generals and members of parliament on the effects of organised criminal exploitation on communities experiencing high levels of poverty and abuse.”

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