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Are you a Child Safe Champion within your organisation?

Are you interested in understanding more about what it means to create a ‘speak up’ or ‘safety’ culture?

Do you want to hear from other people in similar roles to learn what barriers they have faced and how they have overcome them?

If you answered “yes” to any of these, then you’re in the right place!

PRACADEMICS COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE

- COMING SOON! -

We are currently working on our online Community of Practice which will support practitioners working with children and young people to discuss the practice issues around being child safe. You can talk with colleagues about the challenges and barriers you face when trying to implement child safe policy and practice, and how it intersects with other frameworks of practice. You may have heard us talk about this on our socials, or even at a recent Child Protection conference. Rest assured we are working hard to provide a platform which will allow practitioners to have robust, meaningful conversations and access practical tips and tools from like minded professionals.

Your organisation might have some great policy and procedure in place to be a child safe organisation, but we all know how important it is to understand what people are doing in practice with their clients, and whether those policies and procedures actually work from a practical perspective. We are dedicated to providing our clients with practical, evidence based solutions to their real problems.

Our Community of Practice will include:

  • Quarterly webinars with researchers or practitioners to cover the latest research or trends in child safe practice

  • Quarterly facilitated discussions to identify and discuss practice issues relating to the safety of children

  • Links to helpful resources and tools to help you and your organisation embed a child safe culture

LEAVE US YOUR DETAILS BELOW IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN HEARING MORE ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE, AND YOU’LL BE ONE OF THE FIRST TO KNOW WHEN WE ARE LIVE!


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