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Organisation Description

St. Paul’s Community Development Trust is a charity that began in 1973 as a series of groups which were established to work with the community of Balsall Heath, an inner city area in Birmingham. The Trust aims to work with and alongside the people of Balsall Heath in Birmingham and the wider neighbourhood to promote education, recreation and life-long learning. It works with children, young people and adults, who are involved with the Trust in many different ways.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Designated Safeguarding Lead Training

    Seminar | St Paul’s Community Development Trust

    This interactive 2-day course will qualify you with the necessary knowledge required to be a competent Safeguarding Lead in your settings. You will understand your responsibility as the first point of contact for safeguarding concerns and be able to follow the Early Help and Child Protection procedures with confidence. The course covers current legislation that underpins practice and involves exercises and collaborative group work using case studies and serious case reviews to support learning.

  • Refresher Designated Safeguarding Lead Training

    Seminar | St Paul’s Community Development Trust

    This interactive1 day course is necessary for existing Designated Safeguarding Leads; designed to refresh and update your knowledge on the Early Help and Child Protection procedures. The course covers current legislation that underpins practice and involves exercises and collaborative group work using case studies and serious case reviews to support learning.

  • Safeguarding the Welfare of Children & Young People

    Training Course | St Paul’s Community Development Trust

    This is essential Safeguarding training designed at Level 2 is for staff working directly and indirectly with children and young people. This training will refresh knowledge and understanding of safeguarding and child protection procedures including Early Help.