Freedom to Speak Up Guardian Directory

This is the national directory for Freedom to Speak Up Guardians. It includes contact details for Freedom to Speak Up Guardians that have been trained by the National Guardian’s Office and have registered their details with us.

Publications

Resources for Organisations

Annual reports

Survey reports

Prescribed persons reports

Resources for Freedom to Speak Up Guardians

Complaints

Responses to consultations

Archive

Partner publications

Training

The National Guardian’s Office is delivering virtual information sessions for organisations or individuals interested in learning more about Freedom to Speak Up and the Freedom To Speak Up Guardian role.

This session will help you to:

  • Understand more about Freedom to Speak Up and the Freedom to Speak Up Guardian role
  • Start to consider how Freedom to Speak Up can be implemented in your organisation and any barriers to address
  • Consider your next steps
  • Know where to go for support

You can register for our information sessions here.

Please note that if you have been appointed to fulfil a Freedom to Speak Up Guardian role, you will need to undertake a Freedom to Speak Up Guardian Introductory Session.  If this is something you would like to arrange please contact enquiries@nationalguardianoffice.org.uk.

You may also be interested in  Freedom to Speak Up e-learning, developed in association with Health Education England and freely available for anyone who works in healthcare. ‘Speak Up, Listen Up, Follow Up’ is divided into three modules, it helps learners understand the vital role they can play in a healthy speaking up culture which protects patient safety and enhances worker experience.

Speak Up: Core Training for all Workers , covers what speaking up is and why it matters. It will help you understand how you can do this and what to expect. Listen Up – for managers at all levels, focuses on listening and understanding the barriers to speaking up.  A final module, Follow Up, for senior leaders – including executive and Non-Executive Directors, lay members and governors – will be launched later this year.

You do not have to work for an NHS organisation to access this training, it is available to anybody who would like to register.

Contact e-LfH if your organisation would like to embed this within your own Learning Management System (LMS)