NCVO/Zurich Webinar: Safeguarding considerations for online services
Planning and strategy
Explore how you can create the right conditions for high quality safeguarding practice to thrive. This webinar, led by online safeguarding expert, Jim Gamble, will provide an overview of the key lessons learnt from the Ineqe Safeguarding Group’s reviews of international, national and local charities.
It will focus on how chief executives can better understand, encourage and support the role of trustees. Also reflecting upon their responsibilities, including the management of serious incident reporting and audit approaches that ensure critical insight, oversight and informed challenges. Finally, the session will consider how those in leadership can develop and build upon their individual and collective skills to promote a safeguarding first culture across their entire organisation.
This webinar is the second in a series of virtual risk workshops hosted by NCVO in partnership with Zurich, one of NCVO's Trusted Suppliers.
By the end of the webinar you will:
develop your understanding of the expectations of charitable trustees and the importance of Charity Commission guidelines
explore a range of safeguarding approaches to systematically assess compliance and ensure a high quality of safeguarding practice across the organisation.
WHO RUNS It
This webinar will be led by Jim Gamble, CEO of the Ineqe Safeguarding Group.
Jim is an independent chair of several London Safeguarding Children’s Boards (CHSCB). The City of London and Hackney board was the first to be judged outstanding by Ofsted and Bromley SCB. He was part of the leadership team that drove their judgement from ‘inadequate' to ‘good’, with outstanding leadership in two years.
He is widely recognised as a global authority on safeguarding children. He was the founding chair of the Virtual Global Taskforce; a former national policing lead for child protection and the architect and CEO of the UK Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre. He has undertaken a number of safeguarding reviews, including the Brighton and Sussex University Hospital Trust. More recently, he led a wide-ranging safeguarding review of an NHS Trust, Oxfam GB and an international faith-based organisation at the request of the Charity Commission.
WHO SHOULD JOIN THE WEBINAR?
This webinar will be beneficial to voluntary sector leaders or those responsible for embedding strategic and operational safeguarding best practice, in-line with with Charity Commission guidelines.
how to book
Book your place by clicking the register icon above. This webinar will take place online. We'll send out joining instructions before the session.
cAN'T MAKE THE WEBINAR?
We are recording the webinar and we will send you a link to the recording if you email us.