Child protection for school governors training
Do you understand your safeguarding responsibilities and your role in creating a safer culture in your school? This introductory course, created by experts in safeguarding, covers policies, procedures, principles and practice. Gain the skills and confidence you need to help your governing body ensure a consistent and whole-school approach to keeping children and young people safe.
Child protection in schools training
Do you need to develop or refresh your awareness and understanding of child protection to help keep the children in your primary or secondary school safe? Our Child protection in primary schools and Child protection in secondary schools courses will help give you the knowledge and skills to recognise and respond to possible abuse, and identify your responsibilities for keeping children safe.
Designated safeguarding lead for schools and colleges training
Gain the knowledge and skills required for a lead safeguarding role in schools and colleges based in England. Delivered and facilitated by experienced professionals, this course will enable you to develop knowledge and skills in application of the role and responsibilities.
Identifying and responding to intra-familial child sexual abuse
A free, short, accessible course for all professionals working with children on Identifying and responding to intra-familial child sexual abuse. This new, short, introductory eLearning course on Identifying and responding to intra-familial child sexual abuse is designed to help those in social work, policing, education, healthcare and beyond to recognise when children might be showing them that something is wrong and understand how to help.
Introduction to safeguarding and child protection training
Introductory safeguarding and child protection training courses for anyone working with children and young people in the UK. Do you feel confident in identifying the signs and indicators of child abuse and neglect, responding to them and reporting your concerns?
Cost: From £30.00
It’s your call (NSPCC)
An online training course for people, who as part of their job enter homes to undertake their work or deliver their service. Do you feel confident enough to trust your instincts and senses if you witness signs of child abuse or neglect? Do you know how to act on these concerns and report possible signs of child abuse? The NSPCC have produced this 15-minute interactive online learning course to help workers who enter or have access to people’s homes to recognise the signs of possible abuse and neglect, encourage them to report concerns either through their work channels, the NSPCC helpline, or if the concern is urgent, the police and support those who may have already witnessed signs of child abuse know what to do about it and provide advice
Keep Them Safe: Protecting Children from Child Sexual Exploitation free course
Thousands of children in the UK are at risk of being forced or manipulated into sexual activity in a form of abuse called child sexual exploitation. This abuse can happen to any child, anywhere. Knowing what to look for is an important way you can help to protect your children. Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace) and Virtual College have teamed up to provide this short (20 to 30 minutes) online course designed for parents and carers. (This course will be of interest to those working with children but is NOT a replacement for a full training course).
Safeguarding 16 to 25 year olds training
Online training for anyone working with young people or young adults at risk in England or Wales. Do you work with young people or young adults at risk and want to better understand your role in safeguarding them from abuse, neglect or harm? Created by experts in safeguarding, this elearning course, produced in association with the Ann Craft Trust, will help give you a clear understanding of your role and responsibilities in protecting the young people you meet and work with.
Cost: From £35.00
Safeguarding awareness training for workers who enter people’s homes
Recognise the signs of possible abuse and neglect in homes you visit to help keep children safe Do your employees feel confident enough to trust their instincts and their senses if they witness signs of child abuse or neglect when they enter someone’s home?