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Free course will help the county’s most vulnerable

16 May 2016 - Latest news

People working with children and vulnerable people can hear about best practice in the sector at a free course next week.Safeguarding course

Dale & Valley Homes’ ‘Safeguarding’ training session, on Wednesday, 25 May between 10am and 12pm at Willington Children’s Centre, will provide advice and skills on keeping the county’s most susceptible to risk safe in their communities.

Laura Simpson-Jones, Customer Experience Adviser, is encouraging both people working in the field of safeguarding and those wanting a career change to get in touch.

She said: “This programme will provide an insight into the skills needs to work with society’s most vulnerable.”

For more information call Dale & Valley Homes on 0800 083 0333.

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