Safeguarding and Trauma Informed Approach Training


  • Wed 29th January: Perdiswell Young People’s Leisure Club, Droitwich Rd, Worcester, WR3 7SN – 15 places
  • Fri 14th February: KDYT, Youth House, Bromsgrove Street, Kidderminster, DY10 1PF – 15 places
  • Wed 4th March: Perdiswell Young People’s Leisure Club, Droitwich Rd, Worcester, WR3 7SN – 12 places
  • Wed 11th March: Kidderminster (venue TBC)

Time: 0945 – 1600

Cost: Free for staff and volunteers of voluntary sector organisations working with children, young people and families in Worcestershire.

Course Details

What is trauma? Understanding the widespread impact of trauma on children including looking at Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES), building resilience and understanding potential paths for recovery within the context of safeguarding children.  How can voluntary sector organisations – no matter what size, develop a trauma informed approach.  What are the benefits? What are the challenges?  Where do you start?

Safeguarding will be woven through the training including familiarisation with child protection responsibilities and procedures to be followed if anyone has any concerns about a child’s safety or welfare. This multi-agency training is an invaluable opportunity to share knowledge and reflect on practice thus developing a shared understanding of safeguarding children and decision making within Worcestershire.

Booking Details

Maximum number of participants on each course above (with maximum of 2 x people, per organisation, per course)

To request a place please complete the online booking form below

Cancellation Policy

We are expecting a high demand for places so please put your request in promptly – this is a fantastic opportunity to access FREE high quality training and for staff and volunteers to meet like minded people from other Worcestershire Voluntary Sector organisations.  

Safeguarding and Trauma Informed Approach Training




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