Access our multi-agency Safeguarding Training

Please note that due to Covid-19 there are currently no face-to-face training sessions happening. However we do have a range of courses available online, including e-learning and webinars.

The abuse and neglect of children and adults at risk presents a significant learning challenge. It is imperative that frontline staff and volunteers have an understanding of the key themes of abuse and neglect and the frameworks in place to manage concerns.

Workers, regardless of whether their primary client group is children or adults, should have an awareness that abuse can affect people across the life course and that there are policy and procedures in place to support anyone who may be at risk.

Cancelling a training booking

If you need to cancel a safeguarding training booking, please contact Workforce Development Admin:

Other ways to learn

Safeguarding Adults Workbook

This option allows staff and volunteers to complete Level 1 training at their own pace with support from a line manager.

If you need more information you can contact the Adults Training and Development Officer:

Yvonne Cassidy-Robson, Adults Trainer:

In-House Training

Organisations can provide in-house training at Level 1. The training must follow the Minimum Standards & Capability Framework.

Maggie Wedgewood, Children Trainer:
Yvonne Cassidy-Robson, Adults Trainer:

Specialist Training

The Training and Development Officers may be able to provide specialist training if it is agreed to fit with priorities.

For more details contact:

Maggie Wedgewood, Children Trainer:
Yvonne Cassidy-Robson, Adults Trainer:


Keep yourself up-to-date with safeguarding adults by checking out the wide range of resources and guidance about safeguarding adults and safeguarding children on this website.

Still got some questions about safeguarding adults training?
Please contact the NSAB Learning and Development Officer via email at