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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Of course it can. By choosing the option of online training, you wouldn’t have to pay out for a suitably qualified trainer, a room in which to carry out the training, refreshments/lunch for your trainer and attendees – the list goes on. Online courses at the ChildProtectionCompany.com are available at all levels for child protection…

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Prof Cathy Nutbrown was asked by the Government to look at ways of strengthening the current childcare workforce. Her report concludes that the current system of qualifications for early years teaching is “not equipping practitioners with the knowledge, skills and understanding they need” to be able to give their charges a good start and goes…

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On-line training can be carried out in most subjects.  Child protection is one subject which lends itself to teaching via the internet. On-line training in child protection is generally cheaper than organising face to face training, especially if you have to take into consideration travel costs or rental of a meeting room. It allows each student taking…

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