Sarah Henry Safeguarding SHS
A Unique, Survivor-Led and Professionally-Informed Safeguarding Consultancy
Delivering the Highest Quality Safeguarding Training Courses and Mental Health First Aid England Courses
Because ‘Safeguarding is Everyone’s Responsibility’
Hello, my name is Sarah and I am an Independent Safeguarding & Wellbeing Trainer and Consultant based in Yorkshire. I am also a Licensed Mental Health First Aid Instructor for Mental Health First Aid England.
I offer safeguarding training to the public, private and third sectors, to enable practitioners and managers to keep children, young people and adults at risk safe and protect them from harm.
My understanding of safeguarding enables me to deliver high quality, easy-to-understand bespoke training and awareness-raising sessions on a range of different safeguarding themes to multi-agency audiences.
I deliver face-to-face training only as I believe in offering only the highest quality training. All of my courses are very well evaluated.
Summer Update: MHFA Milestone Reached 💚
I’m delighted to announce that Sarah Henry Safeguarding SHS, as a licensed instructor for Mental Health First Aid England, has now trained over 200 people to become Youth Mental Health First Aiders.
That’s 209 wonderful professionals who now have the MHFA toolkit and knowledge to help them in their work with children and young people.
This training is vital at any time but particularly during this unsteady time in which we find ourselves.
21st & 22nd October. Places available. Venue: Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Safeguarding Pocket Guides
The Essential Guide to Safeguarding Legislation.
A Practitioners Guide to Safeguarding when Working Remotely Online.
£12 each plus postage.
2022 Diary Open
My diary for the remainder of 2021 is almost full so I am pleased to open my diary for 2022.
To book your face-to-face safeguarding training or your place on the Mental Health First Aid 2-day Youth training, please contact me.
All of my face-to-face training will be delivered in adherence to government guidance.
If you are worried or concerned about a child, please tell someone. You can contact the NSPCC on 0808 800 5000 or your local authority social services department. If there is a danger to life, please phone 999 for the emergency services.
If you are worried about an adult please contact your local authority Social Services department. If there is a danger to life, please phone 999 for the emergency services.