Training workshops and courses
In addition to bespoke training, the Lucy Faithfull Foundation offers set one day workshops and courses which address specific issues for those working in the field of child protection and with issues relating to child sexual abuse, and also one and two day Safer Recruitment courses.
These high quality training days, courses and workshops are delivered by experienced and knowledgeable practitioners. They are grounded in up-to-date research and presented in a way that makes them immediately usable for practitioners. Attendees will be able to use their acquired knowledge to assist them in making sense of situations they deal with and help them make the right decisions for children, young people and other family members, including alleged or convicted offenders. Sexual abuse training courses offered by the Lucy Faithfull Foundation will enhance practice and develop skills, confidence and knowledge in this area of work.
Use the links below to access course details and contact us for information about dates on email@example.com.
Please note the only workshops being offered at the moment are around recruiting safely. Please contact our training department for more information.
- Understanding sexual exploitation of children and young people -
- Safer Recruitment: Education settings - AutuAutum
- Safer Recruitment: Wider workforce - e
- Safer Recruitment: Become a safer recruitment trainer - NEW DATES COMING SOON - CALL NOW TO ADD YOUR DETAILS TO OUR MAILING LIST
- Safer Recruitment: Refresher Training for those who have already completed a 'Train the Trainer' course -
Please contact us for further information about the venues mentioned on the above dates.
Alternatively, if you would like to cater for a larger group or have other requirements we offer bespoke child sexual abuse training for organisations at locations and dates to suit you. Visit our bespoke training page for more information about the child protection training we can offer.
To discuss your training needs, contact the training co-ordinator on 01527 406912 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.