Supported Accommodation

dialogue provides NASAP members with training, coaching & mentoring, consultancy and regulatory/safeguarding reviews for supported accommodation partners. Working together we run the bite-size training sessions, co-chair the peer to peer meetings and support the work of the NASAP Board. 

dialogue brings a strong sense of sector knowledge to NASAP and our members. Having their support as part of our member offer and on our board is a fantastic outcome for all of us. ”
David Thompson, Chair, NASAP

This page outlines some of the work we do, but we love a conversation. Do get in touch and let us know what you and your organisation need.

Our NASAP members’ area contains the back catalogue of bite-size training sessions – If you are a member of NASAP you can register on the form at the bottom of this page for your password.

sign up to the NASAP archive

In order to access our archive of the bite-sized fortnightly training sessions, we please ask that you fill in the form below. You must be a member of NASAP to access this archive.

Upon completion, you will be sent an email with a password for access the training page.


training courses

We’ve a developing range of courses for the Supported Accommodation sector and a number of courses that are useful for anyone working in residential care of young people. Click through to the relevant page to find out more – if you can’t find what you’re looking for then drop us a line to suggest it.

Managing the Inspection Process
Child Sexual Exploitation training
Return home interview training
Young people going missing training
Nominated Individual Training
Safeguarding Lead training (level 5)
Safeguarding Supervision
Safer Recruitment
Managing Allegations
Mental Capacity & Liberty Protection Safeguards
Introduction to Harmful Sexual Behaviour
safeguarding children (level 3)
Relationships, Sex and Consent
Regulation 45/32 Review of Quality training
Smoking and Vaping Cessation
dynamic safeguarding risk assessment
Drugs & County Lines
Safeguarding Self-harm
Trauma Informed Residential Care training pathway


Participants highly rate dialogue training for usefulness of content, meeting learning outcomes, making a difference to young people and the quality of the trainer.


(based on most recent 252 ratings on 24/4/21)

I have been involved with safeguarding both children and adults over many years as a manager, Inspector, Consultant, Director and senior leader. I was very impressed and feel more confident in my future role.

Graham Cheney, Bleep360