Training: July courses from DEVELOP – Understanding Disclosure and Barring Service & Making the Most of Marketing

July Training Courses from DEVELOP

 Disclosure and Barring Service – Understanding the Changes

Tuesday 16 July. 10am – 1pm. Chippenham. £50 per person

The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups, including children. DBS was established when the Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) merged in 2012.

A number of significant changes have been introduced by the DBS that voluntary sector organisations need to understand to ensure compliance with the new regulations. The aim of this workshop is to help you consider what steps you may need to take to ensure the continued safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults. At this training you will:

  • Understand the changes from the CRB to the new DBS
  • Identify how to assess roles and responsibilities against the new DBS guidance
  • Discuss the new eligibility criteria to current volunteering roles

DEVELOP are providing a half day training course in association with WASP.

Making the Most of Marketing

Thursday 18July. 10am – 1pm. Warminster. £25 per person

Increase your skills in selling yourself and your organisation effectively. At this training you will:

  • Analyse your service, your audience and your competitors
  • Identify your USP (unique selling point)
  • Compare branding, message and marketing techniques
  • Take away a toolkit of information to support you and your  organisation in creating your Marketing Action Plan

How to Book Your Place

Visit our website to book online

Call 0845 034 5250 or email to request a booking form

You can also visit our website or contact us directly to request more information

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