Safeguarding Week

Bradford Safeguarding Week is an annual week of learning events coordinated by the Working Together to Safeguard Children - The Bradford Partnership in collaboration with Adults Services, Domestic Abuse Partnership, Health and our other multi-agency partners.

 

Safeguarding Week – It’s Everybody’s Business

The key purpose of the week is to provide a range of learning and development opportunities for staff and volunteers working in the sectors of safeguarding adults, domestic abuse and safeguarding children.

Safeguarding Week 2020 details

Safeguarding Week in 2020 is running from Monday 22 June to Friday 26 June. Below are the details for hosting your own event during the week and a link to where all the events will be listed.

Hosting a Safeguarding Week event

If you are wanting to host an event please click on the link below and fill in the details. We then check and submit this to appear on the events page.

https://www.bradford.gov.uk/adult-social-care/adult-abuse/safeguarding-week-form/

We would like to provide a guideline that events be submitted by Friday 22nd May at the latest to allow people plenty of time to book on as we all know how busy our diaries are! Events can still be added after this time but may need further publicity to ensure they receive bookings. If you need any support in finding a room to host an event, please get in touch with us before filling in the form and we will do our best to help you with this.

Safeguarding Week Events page

The Events Page is now live and you can view and book onto the events at the link below. This is constantly being updated as we receive new events in so please keep checking back to look for any new additions!

http://bradfordgov.bradford.gov.uk/adult-social-care/adult-abuse/safeguarding-week-events

Working more with people in our communities

Whilst Safeguarding Week provides a range of learning and development opportunities for staff and volunteers we would like to encourage you to also raise safeguarding awareness with the wider public – people in our communities. You can do this by hosting events, information stalls and having safeguarding information available at public places – you can get as creative as you like.

Help us raise awareness via Social Media

Please follows us on Twitter @bsafebradford

Please use #bradfordsafeguardingweek  & #WYSafeguardingWeek to helps us spread the word.  

Need more information or for any issues contact

If you have not been involved in previous years, not to worry. Should you need more information please make contact with our team at BSCBTraining@bradford.gov.uk they will guide and support you.