Society staff share safeguarding expertise with PSA and accredited bodies

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    [post_content] => Officers from the Society have shared their experience of safeguarding good practice with senior staff of the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

Professional Standards Manager Emma Hayes and Safeguarding Officer Liz Wootliff were invited to speak at the day-long seminar at the PSA offices London (April 2) which brought together representatives of the PSA's accredited bodies.

The Society's work to promote safeguarding as a key issue for practitioners, including developing a policy and appointing a specialist safeguarding officer, has previously been commended by the PSA.

Their presentation highlighted how the Society had developed its approach and how it supports members with guidance in areas such as safeguarding children, identifying risk and appropriate responses to risk, spotting types of abuse, keeping secure records, and with tools such as a bespoke online training course.

Emma said their talk had been well received by the audience which included representatives of the British Acupuncture Council, Association of Christian Counsellors, Play Therapy UK, British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers, Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, and the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

"It was wonderful to be invited to participate in this seminar. Not only because it showed that the PSA, our accrediting body, recognise the quality of the work we do but it was also an excellent opportunity to share our skills and experience with other members of the accredited registers programme."
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Officers from the Society have shared their experience of safeguarding good practice with senior staff of the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).

Professional Standards Manager Emma Hayes and Safeguarding Officer Liz Wootliff were invited to speak at the day-long seminar at the PSA offices London (April 2) which brought together representatives of the PSA’s accredited bodies.

The Society’s work to promote safeguarding as a key issue for practitioners, including developing a policy and appointing a specialist safeguarding officer, has previously been commended by the PSA.

Their presentation highlighted how the Society had developed its approach and how it supports members with guidance in areas such as safeguarding children, identifying risk and appropriate responses to risk, spotting types of abuse, keeping secure records, and with tools such as a bespoke online training course.

Emma said their talk had been well received by the audience which included representatives of the British Acupuncture Council, Association of Christian Counsellors, Play Therapy UK, British Association of Sports Rehabilitators and Trainers, Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council, and the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

“It was wonderful to be invited to participate in this seminar. Not only because it showed that the PSA, our accrediting body, recognise the quality of the work we do but it was also an excellent opportunity to share our skills and experience with other members of the accredited registers programme.”

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