Safeguarding Training for User-led Groups with Shaped Workshops

7th March 2024
The Gestalt Centre, 15-23 St Pancras Way, London NW1 0PT 

Join this session at the Gestalt Centre for a morning of safeguarding training followed by a communal lunch. 

Led by facilitator and reflective practice mentor, Elodie Cox of Shaped Workshops, this bespoke training for user-led groups will provide an overview of safeguarding and duty of care definitions, provide guidance on how to recognise abuse and respond to service user’s safeguarding concerns and take a closer look at best internal practice and person-centred approaches to safeguarding. There will also be time for questions, as well as a communal lunch following the day’s proceedings. 

Spaces for this training session are limited so please double check your availability before registering, and email us at if you can no longer attend. Please also check your spam/junk folder and email us if you do not hear from us to confirm your place within a few days of registering.

NSUN has commissioned free places on this training for NSUN’s user-led group members (e.g. representatives from lived experience-led peer support, mutual aid, campaigning, ‘service delivery’ groups/organisations working in and around mental health). If you are not already an NSUN member, you must check your eligibility and sign up as a member before registering to attend this training.

NSUN is a charity and membership organisation of people and grassroots groups with lived experience of mental ill-health, trauma and distress, working towards the redistribution of power and resource in mental health. You can find out more about us here.

About Elodie Cox & Shaped Workshops

Elodie Cox is a Strategic Learning & Development specialist, with a background in education, mental health, health and social care and the charity sector. Her specialism is understanding the unique context of an organisation in order to provide bespoke support. 

Shaped Workshops works relationally to really get to know the heart of what you do and how you do it. This enables Elodie to develop solutions (be it workshops, policies, guidance or something else!) that truly reflect your work.