If you work within a nursery we have the perfect online child protection training courses for you.  Designed to help you meet your safeguarding obligations, all our training courses are in line with the latest government guidance, including Working Together to Safeguard Children 2013, and Ofsted’s requirements. More and more nurseries are using our online…

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We are pleased to announce the launch of a new Child Protection Course for Equestrian Volunteers.  This online training course has been written in association with the British Equestrian Federation and is an introductory level course for anyone volunteering in the equestrian world. This child protection course covers legislation and guidance, the different types of…

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The first issue discussed on today’s Jeremy Vine Show on Radio 2 was dealing with recent allegations about the private life of the late Sir Jimmy Saville and possible inappropriate relationships with under age girls. Callers included Esther Rantzen who was speaking in her capacity as a founding member of Childline. One of the other…

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Child protection training is a statutory requirement for many organisations, and individuals, who work with children and young people and is regulated by authorities such as Ofsted (Education) and CQC (Health). However child protection is the responsibility of everyone. Anyone who regularly comes into contact with children and young people as part of their work, paid or voluntary, needs to…

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Schools and nurseries are overseen by Oftsed who require minimum standards of care. Oftsed make regular inspections on all aspects of the services provided to children. Within these inspections, the matter of child protection is considered. Everyone who comes into contact with children has to be trained to Level 1 and within each setting, at…

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Online training is a very green way of getting all your staff suitably trained for competency in child and vulnerable adult protection at all levels. By purchasing online training, you wouldn’t have to arrange for all your staff to meet in a classroom and take face-to-face training together. This would mean that there would be…

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When considering whether you want your practice to complete their child protection training as a face-to-face or online course, you should consider one important factor – having completed a face-to-face training course, each attendee will receive a Certificate of Attendance to that course. This certificate does not reflect any level of competency or understanding of…

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