Proud to support National Safeguarding Adults Week

These are unprecedented times’…

A phrase that has become frequented in the current climate concerning the Coronavirus pandemic. Even more so, within the safeguarding sector whereby inevitably health care, mental health & wellbeing have suffered due to the lockdown restrictions.

Now is more important than ever to spread the word and get involved in safeguarding for members of the community, friends and family.

The 16th – 22nd November 2020 marks the annual National Safeguarding Adults Week founded by the Anne Craft Trust whereby each day of the week focuses on a different issue and theme.

If you may wish to follow along or get involved, please refer to the hashtag #safeguardingadultsweek via social media and keep an eye on the AnnCraftTrust for daily updates, discussions and learning materials.

Proud to be raising awareness for National Safeguarding Adults Week

What’s new with Safeguarding Associates for Excellence?

November has proven to be a busy a month thus far, despite the lockdown, whereby delivering training virtually via Zoom. The ‘Advanced Adults Safeguarding’ training course was delivered to the ‘National Fostering Group’ earlier this month and received some outstanding feedback from delegates. Have a look at what some of our delegates had to say about the Safeguarding training below.

‘I really wasn’t sure how this would go, as I have never completed training in this format before, but I was pleasantly surprised. The breakout rooms worked well too, with the smaller groups to discuss different situations.

The deliver of the training was really good, with lots of information and knowledge. Thank you for some very good and interesting training.’ 

‘I have had a lot of safeguarding training over the years and the training that Fiona delivered was by far the best. She demonstrated an exceptional knowledge of the material and legislation throughout, answered all questions thoroughly, designed relevant tasks with external learning in mind and managed to really bring the course to life with real-life examples.’ 

‘Trainer was very engaging and content was up to date and relevant. Definitely worth doing. Good quality training delivered clearly.’

We have finalised a few dates for next year, 2021, concerning ‘Advanced Adult Safeguarding‘, ‘Advanced Children Safeguarding‘, ‘Designated Safeguarding Lead‘ and ‘Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher courses.

If you may wish to be updated with any of the above courses or any further safeguarding training we offer, you can signup to our mailing list here.


Would you like to discuss Safeguarding Training? Let us start a conversation, albeit virtually, spread the word, recognise the signs and make a difference.