Recorded September 20, 2022
This webinar aims to demonstrate the importance of taking staff and volunteer behaviour and conduct beyond policy. It seeks to demonstrate the added value and assurance that co-production of staff codes of conduct can bring to the ongoing development of safer cultures. It is suitable for Trustees, Governors, and Leaders responsible for ensuring safer working cultures, HR professionals, Colleagues conducting the single point of contact role for Low-level-concerns, and anyone looking to further develop their knowledge and understanding in safeguarding.
Training topics will include
Statutory, non-statutory and regulatory guidance details the requirement of policy and procedure detailing expectations of behavioural conduct of volunteers, visitors, and employees.
Whilst there are good examples of behaviours to avoid that may be adapted to organisational context within staff behaviour policies; there is also credible opinion that lack of attention to careful implementation could be counterproductive.
This webinar is essential for all involved with leadership, oversight and implementation of safer recruitment and maintenance of safer working cultures who are ambitious in their aims to deliver best practice in maintaining safeguarding cultures and mitigate risk.
This webinar will;
- Review the features of safer organisations
- Identify where co-production activity fits within safer recruitment, professional development, and HR processes
- Demonstrate how co-production activity may be facilitated