Webteam: January 2020
Our next run of Safeguarding Advanced Module training will take place across the region this Spring. Hopefully you will be able to find a date and venue to suit you.
The following table shows the dates and venues where training is taking place. You may book onto any session, in any circuit, with space. Spaces are limited, however, and can fill up quickly, so it is advisable to book your place as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. If a session is full then we may be able to add you to a waiting list, but this does not guarantee you a place on the day.
|Stokesley||Great Ayton Methodist Church||29/02/2020||9:30AM — 2:30PM|
|Darlington||Bondgate Methodist Church||02/03/2020||10:30AM — 3:30PM|
|Sunderland||Castletown Methodist Church||06/03/2020||10:00AM — 3:00PM |
|Newcastle West||Westerhope Methodist Church||09/03/2020||12:30PM — 5:00PM |
|East Durham||Houghton le Spring Methodist Church||14/03/2020||10:00AM — 3:00PM|
|Tynedale||West End Methodist Church||25/03/2020||10:00AM — 3:00PM|
|Stockton||Greens Lane Methodist Church||30/03/2020||10:00AM — 3:00PM|
|Bede||TBC||02/04/2020||10:00AM — 3:00PM|
The easiest way to book is to fill in the online booking form which you can find here.
It is also possible to complete a paper form and return it by email. (found in the publications page of this website)
You will need to allow time to complete the Essential Preparation booklet before attending the course. This booklet will be sent to you electronically after you book your place and should take about an hour and a half to read through and reflect on. Hard copies of the booklet should also be available in your circuit.
It has never been more important for us to keep up to date with safeguarding best practise and the responsibilities on us as part of the church family. This training is one of the ways in which the church seeks to keep us all safe and well informed. The feedback from those who have attended has been very positive and we hope that you too will find this informative, interesting and helpful to you in playing your part in making our churches and communities safer places for all.
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