FREE Online Safeguarding Training

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A hall committee has a duty of care to all users of their charitable premises. This training and supporting documentation will provide guidance on processes, policies and procedures for protecting vulnerable users but in particular children and young people.

Many village and community halls across rural Derbyshire provide day care and other child-based activities as well as hosting youth clubs, lunch clubs and many other activities for potentially vulnerable users.

You have a duty of care to ensure that there are no risks to the health and safety of users.

Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) has been awarded over £100k from the National Lottery Community Fund to promote good safeguarding practice to village and community halls throughout England. This enables us here at Rural Action Derbyshire to provide FREE online training to help you understand your position and what steps you need to follow to make sure you are taking appropriate action to look after all your users.

If you have any queries, please contact Helena Stubbs, [email protected]

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