Resources

Here you'll find stacks of information helping you to run and to develop your GB community group or resources from GB Ministries that any group can use.

Guidelines and procedures for safeguarding

Contextual statement The following child protection procedures are underpinned by numerous pieces of legislation including Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child states that every child has the right to protection from neglect and from physical, emotional and sexual abuse. GBM acknowledges the duty of care to […]

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Policy, guidelines and procedures for appointments

Within GBM there are a large number of ‘workers’ – some are staff employed by the charity, but most are volunteers working within local settings. In all cases GBM will endeavour to safeguard the children and young people with whom it works by following carefully laid down procedures for their appointment. Once appointed, both employees and volunteers will be given appropriate initial and ongoing training, relevant support and the necessary supervision to equip them for their task.

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Guidelines and procedures for dealing with complaints

All volunteers are trained to enable them to be effective and equipped to work with children and/or young people in their care. However, although GBM volunteers seek to do their best for the members of the group(s), occasionally members, parents/carers or church members may question the actions that they have taken.

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Life to the Full

Life to the Full is the compulsory training for all GB leaders and helpers, and covers things like child protection and guidelines for a variety of issues from complaints to appointing new leaders.

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Life to the Full

Life to the Full is GB Ministries’ policy document containing details on topics like safeguarding, dealing with complaints, GDPR, social media, and appointing new leaders.

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