WEBINAR #9 Using Codes of conduct as critical tools in safeguarding children.
On 6 October 2020, Mykludo will host Simon Davies, Director of Safeguarding Services, who will lead a discussion on the critical role of codes of conduct in safeguarding.
Simon has over 20 years experience providing specialist training, investigative and advisory services to organisations who have a duty of care to safeguard children, young people and vulnerable adults from all forms of abuse. Simon is an exceptional professional who has taken his investigative experience and applied it to improving ethical conduct and professional standards positions he has held for a variety of faith based and community service organisations.
As one of MyKludo’s top rated independent investigators, we are delighted to host this webinar which will be filled with useful information to anyone who is engaged with safeguarding and the delivery of are to children and vulnerable adults.
The Webinar will be useful for Safeguarding professionals, Investigators, service providers, educationalist, care providers, HR Managers, Lawyers and other consultants.
What will be covered:
What is a Code of Conduct
Fundamental Elements of a Code of Conduct
How to Write a Code of Conduct
Embedding a Code of Conduct
Simon Davies is the Director of Safeguarding Services, a consultancy providing specialist training, investigative and advisory services to organisations who have a duty of care to safeguard children, young people and vulnerable adults from abuse.
As a former Australian Federal Police detective, Simon is a highly experienced and nationally awarded investigator with over twenty years of investigative and advisory experience. He is accomplished in undertaking highly sensitive, secret and complex investigations in the criminal, civil and religious law arenas.
Simon has worked for many years with educational and religious institutions to assist them in, managing claims of historic child sexual abuse, reportable conduct investigations, serious staff misconduct investigations, policy advice and conflict resolution.
Simon is also a member of the Melbourne City Council’s Family and Children’s Advisory Committee.