Policy paper

Scoping Study of Safeguarding Training options for the UK international aid sector

DFID has commissioned a desk-based study to scope and evaluate the existing safeguarding training - both face-to-face and online - available across the UK market.

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In order to support both development and humanitarian agencies to attain the knowledge and skills needed to manage safeguarding risks effectively, DFID has commissioned a desk-based study to scope and evaluate the existing training - both face-to-face and online - available across the UK market.

The study considers the coverage and content of the safeguarding training options available to the UK international aid sector, the suitability and reputation of the providers, the costs involved, whether there are any gaps, as well as the types of organisations, types of aid workers and other individuals that currently use the training.

The breakdown of providers in the Annex is non exhaustive, but provides an indication of the organisations that were engaged. It will be updated on a quarterly basis.

Please contact gwilym-jones@dfid.gsx.gov.uk for queries.

Published 5 December 2018