We often get asked whether online training is better than face to face. There is no simple answer –  it really depends upon your circumstances. Face to face training enables you to explore the topic in a small group and to have conversations with other students. The downside of face to face training is that…

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We often get asked, which is better online or face-to-face child protection training?  Well, it depends on your circumstances really. Face-to-face training allows the topic to be explored in more depth but has the downside that you must attend the course at a specific place and time.  The extra time involved and travelling costs can often be…

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If you work in a health setting how can you be sure that all the necessary safeguarding requirements are being fulfilled? Assured Safeguarding GP & Health Leader Edition – 2012, a booklet produced in the East Midlands, by safeguarding leads group and the Strategic Health Authority, poses questions to help leaders to reflect on how…

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When you take one of our child protection courses, did you know that you get a fully portable certificate? Each certificate contains a unique identification number which allows anyone to check whether a certificate is valid and still current.  To verify a certificate simply go to our certificate verification page on our website.

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The phrase blended training might not be familiar but it’s an area that is growing rapidly.  Essentially blended child protection training combines the benefits of face-to-face training with online training. All of our face-to-face training is now offered as blended training as standard.  Each participant on the course not only has an interactive face-to-face session…

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If you work in a school or education setting how can you be sure that all the necessary safeguarding requirements are being fulfilled?  Assured Safeguarding Leaders in schools and early years settings, a booklet produced in the East Midlands by safeguarding leads and the Strategic Health Authority, poses questions to help leaders to reflect on…

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Which is better, online or face-to-face training? It depends on your circumstances really. Face-to-face training allows the subject to be explored in more depth but then you must attend the course at a specific place and time. This may well involve you travelling to a venue with all the attendant costs and travel time. As a general…

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