The Church of England requires everyone who holds the Bishop's license or Commission - Clergy, Readers, Commissioned Pastoral Visitors - Church Wardens, Parish Safeguarding Officers, PCC Members and all volunteers and paid workers who work with children, young people and vulnerable adults to attend safeguarding training every three years.
WHO MUST ATTEND?
The following table lists the current modules and who should attend as part of the Diocesan Training Strategy for 2017/18. (please click on the link below)
National Church Safeguarding & Development (current modules)
The C0 Basic Awareness Module is available as an online course (link below) and is recommended for anyone who needs a basic awareness of safeguarding. Once on this page, those wishing to complete the course should click on the 'Safeguarding Basic Awareness' blue button beneath the picture located on the right of the screen.You will then need to follow the link as a new user.
HOW TO BOOK ON A COURSE
Please see the table below for a list of courses that are available. To reserve a place on your chosen course complete the booking form and return it to Julie Grimshaw, Safeguarding Administrator.
Attendance at courses must be booked in advance through the Diocesan office. Courses will run with a minimum of 9 delegates and a maximum of 20.
List of Current Courses
Blackburn Diocesan Training Strategy 2017-2018
For further information and enquiries please contact Julie Grimshaw, Safeguarding Administrator on
Tel: 01254 503088 or email: email@example.com