The All Wales Basic Safeguarding Training pack
This pack supports all workers in social care, the third sector and many other roles working with children or adults at risk. The pack aims to provide a consistent message of Safeguarding responsibilities across Wales allowing those who deliver Safeguarding training to tailor the delivery of the training depending on learner needs.
The content has evolved to reflect both the changing nature of Safeguarding but also to give clear direction of the work under the Social Services and Well-Being (Wales) Act 2014.
Who should use the pack?
Those who are:
- new to Safeguarding
- looking to refresh their Safeguarding knowledge
- facilitating in-house Safeguarding training
- working or volunteering in the private, public or third sector
- who are be in contact with children, young people or adults at risk.
How will the pack help you?
This pack will help you:
- recognise different types of harm
- recognise abuse and neglect
- understand how individuals can be protected.
1. Trainer resources
Resources provided specifically for the trainer to help them prepare to deliver the training and support accreditation.
2. Learner resources
Resources that the learner can use for their personal and professional development.
3. Training materials
Training resources to help learners and support their knowledge.
4. Activity resources
Resources to support interactive learning, will require some trainer preparation before delivery of training.
5. Practice reviews
For deeper exploration of Safeguarding issues as found in a selection of major cases, trainer can select which to use. Sensitive content, we advise caution.
Safeguarding and the Act
Further resources, in particular about the Safeguarding requirements in the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act, can be found on the Information and Learning Hub.
Other Safeguarding resources
Additional Safeguarding resources to help Councillors develop their understanding.
The Welsh Government has also produced a series of guidance documents for professionals working with unaccompanied asylum seeking children.