Safeguarding

We are currently developing our safeguarding training offer, in the meantime we have a whole host of information on our main website. We have included details below on courses available from High Speed training that focus on safer recruitment, vulnerable adults and a designated safeguarding officer course.

Find out more about Keeping People Safe

There is also a range of training and information available nationally via NCVO, NSPCC and Social Care Institute for Excellence.

Visit the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) website (external website)

Visit the NSPCC website (external website)

Visit the Social Care Institute for Excellence (external website)

You can also access training directly from each of the local safeguarding boards within Hull and East Riding. We have listed these below, you can click on each one to be taken to their website.

East Riding

Children:- East Riding Safeguarding Children Partnership (ERSCP) Training Programme (external website)

Adults:- East Riding Safeguarding Adults Board (ERSAB) Training Programme (external website)

Hull

Children:- Hull Safeguarding Children Board (HSCB) Training Programme (external website)

Adults:- Hull Safeguarding Adults Board (HSAB) Training Programme (external website)

North Yorkshire

Children:- North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Partnership (NYSCP) Training Programme (external website)

Adults:- North Yorkshire Safeguarding Adults Board (NYSAB) Training Programme (external website)

North Lincolnshire

Children:- Children’s Multi Agency Resilience and Safeguarding (CMARS) Training Programme (external website)

Adults:- North Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board (NLSAB) Training Programme (external website)

North East Lincolnshire

Children:- North East Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Partnership (NELSCP) Training Programme (external website)

Adults:- North East Lincolnshire Safeguarding Adults Board (NELSAB) Training Programme (external website)


Safer Recruitment

This course is suitable for anyone who has responsibility for hiring and/or supervising new staff members to work with children and young people. This applies whether you’re hiring full-time, part-time or voluntary workers.

Safeguarding children and following the safer recruitment process is vital for all settings where children and young people are present, including activity centres, nurseries, sports clubs, private tutors, childminders, fostering agencies and support services. This course is suitable for all settings.

Find out more about the Safer Recruitment Course (external website)


Designated Safeguarding Officer

This Designated Safeguarding Officer course is suitable for anyone who works frequently with children and who holds a management, supervisory or designated child protection role in settings such as schools, universities, charities, places of worship, sports clubs, leisure centres and GP and healthcare practices.

The course is suitable for anyone wishing to understand the responsibilities of the Designated Safeguarding Officer so that they can become a safeguarding officer for their company or assist those who already hold the position.

Find out more about the Designated Safeguarding Officer Course (external website)


Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults

This course is suitable for anyone whose job role involves working with vulnerable adults. It’s suitable for workers of all levels, including managers, supervisors, staff, and volunteers. No pre-requisite knowledge is required.

Examples of people who should take this training include:

  • NHS staff.
  • Dental professionals.
  • Carers (including in a residential home or domestic setting).
  • Private healthcare workers.
  • Education establishments (e.g. adult learning).

Find out more about the Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults Course (external website)