Our Clients


In the course of delivering our services we have acquired considerable expertise and developed resources and tools to facilitate effective safeguarding measures that can be transferred and adapted for different contexts. We have expertise in the following sectors:

International Non-Governmental Organisations (INGOs)

INGOs have a duty to ensure that the children and adult recipients of their services do not come to any harm from the programmes and activities that they or their national partners deliver and from the people that work in the organisation and/or are associated with them. LCUK has considerable expertise delivering safeguarding training and consultancy to this sector.

Donors and Corporates

Donors and corporate funders have increasingly prioritised the need to ensure that safeguarding and risk management is integrated in the programmes that they fund. LCUK has worked with funders to develop safeguarding frameworks and operational templates for conducting due diligence, monitoring and evaluation. Read More

Our team has supported funders to develop safeguarding policy, procedures and frameworks and provided training at board, senior management and operational levels to implement these. We have also supported funders to facilitate the capacity building of downstream partners.

Faith Based, Arts and Sports Organisations

Ensuring that safeguarding measures are in place is a high priority for faith based organisations, schools and colleges and sports clubs. Many children attend mainstream education services provided by faith based organisations as well as additional classes outside their normal school hours. Read More

Additionally many faith based organisations provide services in the communities that they serve, bringing their staff, volunteers and associates in contact with children and adults at risk. Within sports many children participate in sports activities that may involve individual coaching as well as group coaching. Similarly within the art sector children and adults at risks are offered a range of creative and developmental opportunities. Ensuring that beneficiaries of servcies do not come to any harm from people involved in the delivery of services is a core concern for these organisations. LCUK has worked in these sectors for many years. Our associates have expertise in needs assessment, development of bespoke materials and delivery of training at all levels. We also provide consultancy services to ensure that organisational safeguarding measures are robust and effective.

Statutory and Voluntary Sectors

The statutory services sector, comprising health, police, education and social care have a legal duty for safeguarding in the United Kingdom. Each sector is required to ensure that their safeguarding measures reflect legal statutes and statutory guidance issued by their respective government departments. Read More

LCUK has been providing training and consultancy services to schools, local authority children and adult social care services and health trusts for over 20 years. We have conducted safeguarding reviews, audits, and training at various levels - staff, designated safeguarding leads, supervision skills, safer recruitment. Within the voluntary sector there is now an urgent need to ensure that recipients of their services come to no harm. The Charity Commission has issued safeguarding guidelines for the voluntary sector. LCUK has worked with many voluntary organisations to develop their safeguarding frameworks. Our team has expertise in supporting the development of safeguarding policies, procedures, safer recruitment guidelines and training staff, managers and board members.

What our clients have to say

Very informative course with excellent delivery and good depth knowledge from Dee.

Leonardo MW

Safeguarding and Prevent training course participant

A very well presented and communicated course by Jo Norman, a very knowledgeable trainer

Leonardo MW

Safeguarding and Prevent training course participant

Dee presented a very difficult subject in a very sensitive way.

Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office

Safeguarding and Domestic Abuse training course participants