This workshop is being offered to share Good Practice in Safeguarding and to raise awareness of our legal responsibilities to ensure that in offering mindfulness-based courses, we’re attending comprehensively to the safety of the people we are working with.
The good practice requirements in mindfulness-based teaching set out the need for conducting an orientation and assessment process with potential participants, in order to consider whether making the journey through an 8 week course will be a safe and wise choice for each person. Some of the people taking part in a mindfulness course – and those associated with them – may be vulnerable in other ways, however, including by being at risk of experiencing harm, abuse and neglect.
This workshop will raise awareness of our role in safeguarding vulnerable adults and children and young people that we, and those we are supervising, are in connection with. We will also be learning about our legal responsibilities and Duty of Care, as well as the requirement to adhere to Safeguarding Policies and Procedures.
- Raising awareness of our role in safeguarding both adults and children and young people from harm, abuse and neglect
- Recognising the importance of raising awareness of safeguarding issues within supervision
- Understanding the legislation that protects individuals from harm, abuse and neglect
- Recognising different forms of harm, abuse and neglect
- Identifying our responsibilities to adhere to Safeguarding Policy and to understand processes for raising concerns, reporting concerns and responding to disclosures
Who is the training for:
The workshop is suitable for teachers, supervisors and those who are Trustees of organisations or groups delivering mindfulness-based courses.
This workshop is appropriate for anyone teaching or training to teach Mindfulness based courses.
What to bring/wear:
No special requirements although we recommend that you dress in layers in case the room is warm or cold.
Our trainers are all members of the Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice (CMRP) training team. All have been extensively trained in this approach and engage in a rigorous ongoing process of training and supervision. We use strict criteria when selecting teachers/trainers to work with us.
This workshop is being offered by Sarah Millband – as well as teaching mindfulness and supervising mindfulness teachers with the Mindfulness Network, Sarah works as a psychotherapist in private practice and delivers training to voluntary sector organisations in South Wales.
Greencoat Place, London, SW1P 1RD. Greencoat Place is an ‘oasis in the heart of the city’, a five-minute walk from Victoria rail and underground station. For more information on the venue please visit http://www.greencoatplace.org/
Please arrive at 9.30am for a 10.00am start and the course will end at 4pm.
Our full rates have no hidden extras.
Standard Rate (does not include lunch) – £90.00.
Please note, this training is not eligible for the TTP and Masters 10% rate.
The application process:
Our application and payment process involves the following steps:
- We receive your application form and assess it to ensure that this event is suitable for you. We endeavour to make assessments within a week.
- Upon offering you a place, we will then invoice you for the full amount.
- Your place is fully confirmed once we receive your full payment.
- We will email you the joining instructions in advance of the course.
Payment and cancellation policy:
Please read our Terms and Conditions for information regarding payments and cancellations.
Please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss any questions you may have about the course or whether it is appropriate for you at this time. We will ensure that your query reaches the correct person.