Child Protection in the Arts Course

Date published: 2 Jun 2014

Posted by: Joe Pick

Lakeside Arts Centre

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Child Protection and Safeguarding in the Arts and Cultural Sector

15th July 2014, 10am- 4.15pm, Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham

This course is essential training for anyone working in the arts and cultural sectors with children and young people. It includes a full update on current child protection legislation, including the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), the Duty to Refer and Working Together – within the context of developing and delivering creative and cultural projects for children and young people. The course includes a “safe touch” section, exploring how child protection guidelines can be maintained within more physical art forms.

This course will be of benefit to individuals and organisations looking to develop their own child protection policy and maintain standards of good practice, providing practical advice and guidelines to develop confidence and sensible structures around child protection issues within arts and cultural organisations.

All participants will receive a certificate of attendance upon successful completion of the course as well as a wealth of practical resources.

All participants will receive a certificate of attendance upon successful completion of the course and a wealth of practical resources.  Prices for each course, which include lunch and refreshments, range from £110 to £150, with limited bursaries available. Members of ENYAN can request a 10% discount on all Artwork publications and training courses!

For more information, or to make a booking please either visit the Artswork website, or contact the Manager, Learning and Skills via: rachel@artswork.org.uk or call 02380 332491.  Subscribe to ENYAN.