Working in Partnership – Safeguarding Adults Conference 2024

Where is it?

Unit 1, Trent Conference Centre , Lenton Lane, Lenton,
NG7 2PX,

When is it?

Wednesday, 20th November, 2024

To support Safeguarding Adults Week, join us for the ‘Working in Partnership Conference’ on Wednesday 20 November 2024!

During Safeguarding Adults Week 2024, we are focusing on how we can effectively work together to create safer communities and stop the harm and abuse of adults. Our conference features a selection of informative keynotes and workshops exploring effective techniques for working better together to safeguard adults.

The conference will contribute to continued professional development for professionals and volunteers working with adults across a range of sectors.

Date – Wednesday 20 November 2024
Time – 9.00 am – 4.30pm
Location –  Trent Conference Centre, Trent Vineyard, Unit 1, Easter Park, Lenton Lane, Lenton, Nottingham NG7 2PX.
Cost – £195 per delegate


Take a look at a draft of our Working in Partnerships conference programme .The confirmed programme will be released soon.

The conference will support you to:

  • Understand how you establish and uphold professional boundaries in your role and organisation.
  • Increase your understanding about organised crime and how to safeguard adults you are working with that are, or could be, at-risk of exploitation.
  • Understand the importance of co-production and how to meaningfully work with the people you support.

Who Can Attend the Conference?

This conference is suitable for anyone working in a safeguarding or welfare role. The conference is accessible to people working in a range of sectors from police personnel, health and social care, religious organisations, the third sector, sport and activity and the private sector. The conference is suitable for those already in a safeguarding role or those with no prior knowledge of safeguarding adults.

Unsure if the event is right for you? Get in touch with our friendly team to find out more!

The Venue 

The Conference will take place at Trent Conference Centre in Nottingham. The Conference Centre donates over 90% of it’s profits to Trent Vineyard Charity, which facilitates social action across Nottingham by supporting people that struggling with addiction or those that are homeless, leaving prison or refugees.

There is free parking available for delegates at the venue, this is allocated on a first-come first serve basis and although there is ample parking this is not guaranteed for all delegates. We would encourage people to use public transport where possible. Gregory Street tram stop is 5 minutes walk from the venue, with direct links to Nottingham railway station.

Full travel information is available on the Trent Conference Centre website. 

Address: Trent Conference Centre, Trent Vineyard, Unit 1, Easter Park, Lenton Lane, Lenton, Nottingham NG7 2PX.


There is no accommodation available at the venue and we kindly ask delegates to arrange their own accommodation. The Holiday Inn and Premier Inn in Castle Marina are a short walk from the venue.

Alternatively, Nottingham City Centre is a short tram ride away (around 10 minutes), where there are multiple hotel options.


The event is £195 per delegate. The conference rate includes refreshments, lunch, car parking at the venue and access to all sessions on the programme.

Please note the booking terms & conditions include; a full refund before 90 days, 50% thereafter to 28 days. We are unable to process refunds within 28 days of the event, but tickets can be transferred within your organisation.

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