> Training for staff and volunteers in small charities



This training is open to staff and volunteers of charities with an annual income of up to £500,000.



The aim of this training is to reduce the risk of violence and aggression towards people carrying out vital work at grass roots level in our communities.


These interactive sessions last from 1.5 to 2 hours and can cover topics such as:

  • Working in other people’s homes;
  • Lone working;
  • Safety when travelling.



Attendees will learn practical tips and techniques which will help them to:

  • Make their everyday work activities safer;
  • Identify and avoid risk;
  • Work together with colleagues and managers to ensure everybody’s safety.
  • Change the way personal safety is perceived within these organizations;
  • Feel safer, increasing their confidence and therefore improving their quality and enjoyment of work.



“Your training has really paid off. We can’t believe the changes that have occurred out in the field as a result of the training and we are getting more forms through from staff reporting incidents. And as a result making some real changes to reduce any risk of harm”. – Small charity training attendee