The Permission to Officiate Safeguarding Learning Pathway involves the attendance of one three-hour safeguarding session, pre-session activities and a reflective evaluation exercise.
Participants will receive an email two weeks before the training with details of how to access the session, training materials and information regarding the pre-session activities.
By the end of the Pathway those with PtO will be able to:
Analyse what healthy Christian communities look like, how healthy communities keep people safe, and their role in shaping Christian communities that are healthy and safe.
Connect the Church’s mission and theological foundations with what behaviours in public ministry look like in a safeguarding context.
Explore how their own faith, beliefs, and values link with those underpinning good safeguarding behaviours.
Evaluate aspects of their own practice and identify changes required which they then take forward with confidence.