Safeguarding excellence for children, young people & vulnerable adults

Integrated Partnership Working
Transformation & Impact

Nib Shared Vision always aims to be at the heart of safeguarding excellence.

We enable and support safeguarding partners, charities and private businesses to deliver outstanding safeguarding practice through a variety of services. Transformational change and evidence informed practice is central to our work ensuring improvement and organisational outcomes for children, young people and vulnerable adults.

Through our unique approach to gaining the Voices and lived experiences of children we ensure they are truly heard in society and directly impact the design and delivery of services upon which they rely.

We are proud of the strong relationships we build with our clients, hear what some of them have to say:

Liverpool City Council logo

"Nigel's knowledge and expertise in this area is extensive, both in terms of legal statute and policy as well as practical application in partnership settings. His advice and guidance is always well grounded and his ability to 'translate' requirements across different organisational/operational settings and cultures is highly valued…" read in full

Gail Porter - BEM Programme Director, Liverpool City Council
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"I was impressed by both her knowledge and her skills of making informed and interesting presentations… She is an enthusiastic operator in the work she does and brings that sense of enthusiasm with her that truly engages an audience. It is a privilege to work with her…" read in full

Francis Sealey - Director Globalnet21, Author of Global Public Square
Wallsall Council logo

"Walsall council chose to work with Nib Shared Vision for several reasons; their flexibility and timely responsiveness…

Nib Shared Vision were instrumental in supporting Walsall council with an extremely complex and challenging child abuse enquiry involving multiple children… Their knowledge, expertise and skills in this area served to support all safeguarding leads from across agencies in safely managing the emerging risk to children…" read in full

Lisa Harris - Principal Social Worker, Walsall council

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