Everyone shares a responsibility for safeguarding, protecting and promoting the welfare of children, young people and adults irrespective of individual roles.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Safeguarding Adults and Children Boards continues to provide a programme of high quality courses, providing an excellent opportunity to learn together with the overall aim that working together effectively leads to better improved outcomes for children, young people and adults by:
- A shared understanding of the principles, roles and responsibilities outlined in national guidance and local arrangements for safeguarding children, young people and adults.
- More effective and integrated services at both the strategic and individual case level;
- Improved communication and information sharing between professionals, including a common understanding of key terms, definitions and thresholds for action;
- Effective working relationships, including an ability to work in multi-disciplinary groups or teams;
- Learning from both local and national case review processes.
Training provided by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Safeguarding Board is governed by the following inter-agency principles:
- Training is informed and governed by equal opportunities and reflects the diversity of the Cambridgeshire community.
- The training promotes and recognises the need for children and families to participate in the safeguarding process.
- Training promotes the need for inter-agency working to effectively safeguard children and adults from harm.
- All individuals who work with children, young people or adults at risk in the statutory, voluntary and independent sectors have access to the training.
- Training is responsive to local needs and is subject to regular evaluation and review.
Presentations from previous workshops can be found below