Creating Safety: child protection in the creative sector (Webinar)
About this event
This free, one-hour webinar*, funded by Creative Scotland and delivered by Children in Scotland, is aimed at anyone working with children and young people in the arts, screen and creative industries – including paid and voluntary workers – who have day-to-day contact with children and young people.
It will introduce the updated child protection guidelines set out in Creating Safety: Child protection guidelines for Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries (Creative Scotland and Children in Scotland, 2019), provide you with an overview of the key considerations and how they can be applied in practice.
Please note that this will be a short, introductory presentation with limited opportunity for discussions. Places will be limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis.
*What is a webinar?
A webinar is a live web-based video meeting that uses the internet to connect the person hosting the webinar to viewers and listeners all over the world. Webinars give you the opportunity to take part in learning events and training courses even if you're too far away or have limited time. All you need is a computer or laptop with internet access.
Once you've booked your space, you will receive joining instructions and a web link shortly before the event. If you’re unable to attend this webinar, a recording will be made available online soon afterwards.
Other upcoming Creating Safety training:
For those who would like a comprehensive review of child protection guidelines, including case studies and group discussions, can apply to attend one of three funded, full-day training courses:
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 313 8828.
Creating Safety: Child protection guidelines for Scotland’s arts, screen and creative industries, produced by Children in Scotland in collaboration with Creative Scotland, provides guidance on child protection and safeguarding for individuals and organisations involved in delivering artistic, cultural and creative projects for or with children and young people in Scotland.
The aim of the guidance is to create the safest possible environment for children and young people, where they can feel safe and comfortable, are treated equitably and with respect, and where they are given freedom to have fun and develop their independence and creativity.