Community training and events

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LSAB Community Reference Group

The LSAB Community Reference Group work together to build a programme of events to help raise awareness and understanding of safeguarding in Lambeth. 

News of any planned events will be posted here. 


Understanding Adult Safeguarding - Introductory Training resource

The LSAB Community Reference Group have developed an introductory training resource. The slides are accompanied by facilitator training notes to support Safeguarding Leads and Safeguarding Champions to deliver this learning to volunteers and community groups. 

Engage for Change

Engage for Change is a national training programme which offers a range of online and face-to-face accessible training programmes, designed to strengthen people's choice and control over their care and improve their ability to influence the health and social care services that affect their lives.

For more information about the training programmes offered, please visit their website or contact / 01274 256 919.

Lambeth Safeguarding Masterclasses

VAWG Training programme

Lambeth Council, and its partners, provides a range of free training on all areas of VAWG to professionals working with Lambeth residents who are at risk of, or are experiencing gender based violence. We also offer bespoke training to agencies on an outreach basis to ensure the sessions are relevant to particular client groups.

E-learning sources

Health Education England offer a wider range of open access e-learning courses, covering, Safeguarding Adults, Mental Capacity Act and much more.

To register, visit Health Education England's e-learning platform.  

Below are various links to further online training in regards to a range of safeguarding issues.

We have also outlined other sources of possible learning and development opportunities which can be accessed online.

Social Care Institute for Excellence


The Social Care Institute for Excellence has a wealth of resources and offers training targeting care providers, housing providers, local authorities, the NHS and police to safeguard adults at risk of abuse or neglect.

For more information, visit their website

Learning from Safeguarding Adults Reviews

 We have produced learning materials from local Safeguarding Adults Reviews, including 'Team Talking Points' for SAR Martin.



Responding to self-neglect; short animation (links to SAR Martin)

Click here to read the full SAR Reports.