Addressing modern slavery risk in safeguarding

About this workshop

This workshop will help you understand how to identify modern slavery issues and manage your safeguarding obligations to children and vulnerable adults by ensuring your safeguarding protocols and recruitment processes are integrated.

Details

  • Online only
  • All Levels
  • Modules: 1
  • Study: 0
  • Duration: 3 Hours
  • £475 plus VAT

Features

  • An interactive masterclass delivered by Colleen Theron
  • Assistance in drawing up an action plan integrating modern slavery to safeguarding protocols and recruitment
Date in 2021 to be released

£475 + VAT

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Who's it suitable for?

HR Directors.

Safeguarding leads.

Senior management .

Board members.


“The aspect I enjoyed most was the friendly nature of the discussions, which enabled everybody to explore their ideas" – Georgia Barber, Paralegal, Brighton & Hove Albion FC

What is modern slavery? Is it closer to your organisation than you think?

Timing – 3 hours 9h30 -12h30

This workshop will help you understand how to identify modern slavery issues and manage your safeguarding obligations to children and vulnerable adults by ensuring your safeguarding protocols and recruitment processes are integrated.

Cost

£475 plus VAT for a 3 hour workshop

The fee covers 2 participants from each organisation.

Why attend now?

You may not be fully aware that all organisations need to recognise and engage with all aspects of safeguarding, which includes learning how to integrate modern slavery risks into your safeguarding protocols and recruitment processes.

Organisations have for some time recognised the need to implement safeguarding protocols to mitigate risk. There is now a need to update these protocols to include all dimensions of modern slavery risk.

There is a planned review of the Modern Slavery Act in 2020, which will increase scrutiny of business compliance. The 2014 Care Act already specifies modern slavery as a safeguarding concern. However, this has yet to be adequately covered in most safeguarding training.

 

After attending this workshop, participants will:

– Build on their existing knowledge of safeguarding protocols

– Carry out all their safeguarding responsibilities for children and vulnerable adults

– Understand that modern slavery is a significant safeguarding risk factor and appreciate the ways that these risks can be mitigated

– Learn how to identify modern slavery risks in recruitment

– Develop the due diligence procedures to address these risks with a business specific action plan

– Go beyond compliance and consider the potential for wider engagement on modern slavery with partner organisations

Who will deliver the workshop?

Colleen Theron, CEO of Ardea International, will personally facilitate the workshop. Colleen is a tri-qualified solicitor with more than 25 years’ legal and commercial experience of working with businesses and NGOs across sectors at both strategic and operational level. She provides training at directorial and managerial levels on ESG issues, including environmental, human rights and modern slavery risks.

What recent attendees said about another course run by Ardea:

“The aspect I enjoyed most was the friendly nature of the discussions, which enabled everybody to explore their ideas” – Georgia Barber, Paralegal, Brighton & Hove Albion FC

“The teaching from Colleen Theron lent itself well to the online format and the pacing and discussion approach allowed for development of key themes” – Tim Greenwell, Chief Legal and Risk Officer, Southampton FC

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Why study with Ardea?

Doing the course will make you both more confident when talking about modern slavery and human rights and give you a deeper understanding.

You’ll learn the theory, see real-life case studies and get to grips with the legal parameters and how to apply them within your organisational setting.

Come away with strategies to ensure what you’ve studied has a lasting impact.

Ask us anything. From simple queries to complex questions, we're always ready to chat with you. Give us a call. +44 (0) 1273 491423