In this seminar we will discuss how creating an inclusive Culture within your organisation can help achieve best practice in safeguarding.
Our aim is to challenge your understanding of inclusive environments. So we hope to encourage you to look inwards at your own organisation and its practices, ensuring that inclusive mindsets are embedded throughout.
But there is more to working to a safer and more inclusive culture than looking at your policies and procedures. Your objective should be to help people move away from the view that safeguarding is all about labelling and paternalistic protection.
Date: Friday 3 December 2021.
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am.
Location: Online – sign up below and we’ll send you an invite to an MS Teams meeting.
What will this seminar cover?
What do we mean by an ‘inclusive Culture’ within an organisation? And what do organisations need to do to create safer, more inclusive cultures?
- Removing the labels: Are all people with impairments “vulnerable”?
- Permitting authenticity.
- A person-centred approach.
- Vulnerability vs Risk.
- What do we need to think about to get to an inclusive, safer culture?
Who is this seminar for?
This seminar is for anyone interested in creating organisational change in their sport and activity setting, whether at a national, county, local or club level.
This might include:
- Workforce development staff.
- Board members.
- Lead Safeguarding Officers.
- Welfare Officers.
- Athletes and participants.
This seminar is now fully booked.
If you can’t attend you are welcome to pass your place to a colleague. However, there are limited places. So please let us know if you cannot attend so we can offer your place to another organisation.