Towards a Culture of Safeguarding
The Church has a responsibility to ensure all those who undertake work in the name
of the Church are adequately trained in safeguarding matters. The Catholic Church
is dependent on Clergy, Religious and Lay people using their skills and talents to
nurture and support the Catholic community. Some will be paid employees, but the
majority undertake their work on a voluntary basis. Whilst some will recognise their
role as a volunteer, many rightly see their caring and support contribution as part
of their Christian responsibility and ministry. But we all have a role to play in
safeguarding the young or adults who may be at risk and it is for this reason that
the Catholic Church in England and Wales has worked with EduCare to bring you an
Please to see the courses available and how to access them.
What do I need to do to access this training resource?
1. Email to register your interest.
2. Your email should contain your name, email address, the name of your parish/order/congregation, and your role. For example: Priest, Member of the Religious, Safeguarding Representative, Youth Worker, Teacher, SVP or Other Volunteers, Parent/Grandparent/Guardian, or Other.
3. On receipt of your email the safeguarding administrator will register your email address with EduCare.
4. You will receive a Welcome Email from EduCare where you will set your password.
The full Document can be accessed here: