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Safeguarding

Safeguarding is about protecting children and adults from abuse or neglect and educating those around them to recognise the signs and dangers. One of the most important principles of Safeguarding is that it is everyone’s responsibility. Please see below a range of courses that are available to you.

We also have an advisory Safeguarding e-learning unit which we recommend you complete if you are working in Children's or Adult safeguarding teams. Please be aware that you will need a password and log in details to gain access to this course. Please see our E-learning FAQ's for further information on this.

ACES and Trauma Informed Practice

All staff working with children and young people.

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Advanced Safeguarding Children - Hidden Men

All those working with children’s teams who come into contact with families and male parents/carers.

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All Wales Safeguarding

Everyone who is in contact or working with adults in social care in all sectors.

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Child Sexual Exploitation

All professionals working with vulnerable children within Carmarthenshire who may be at risk of exploitation.

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Impact of Neglect

This training is aimed at a multi-agency audience.

  • Professionals and volunteers, who work regularly with children, young people, and adults who are parents and carers
  • Professionals and volunteers, involved in assessment and intervention with families affected by Neglect

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Safeguarding for Care Service Provider Managers

Operational Service Managers and designated staff who have an agency responsibility to accept alerts and contribute to the referral and decision making process, e.g. service provider managers in statutory organisations that provide care and support to adults.

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WRAP training (Anti-Extremism/Prevent Awareness Workshop)

All professionals working with vulnerable children and adults within Carmarthenshire who may be at risk.

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