Provides information on what your organisation can do to protect children from harm and resources to keep the children and families you work or volunteer with safe.
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Information on protecting d/Deaf and disabled children and young people from abuse and setting up safeguarding measures to ensure those you work or volunteer with are safe from abuse.
Learn more about the exploitation of children through modern slavery and find out what to do if you suspect a child you meet through your work or volunteering has been trafficked.
Take our range of highly-rated elearning, face-to-face and live virtual safeguarding training courses for anyone working or volunteering with children and young people.
Find out how you can better identify safeguarding concerns when working with pupils with special educational needs and disabilities and additional needs and communicate effectively with them.
£25 per person
A safeguarding awareness course helping workers who enter people’s homes recognise the signs of possible abuse and neglect.
£19 per person
Face-to-face training to improve your awareness, knowledge and understanding of the barriers, assumptions and attitudes that may impact the safety of d/Deaf and disabled children and young people.
From £225 per person
Find the latest news stories and events from NSPCC Learning.
We explore the lack of representation of Black girls’ experiences in child sexual abuse research and the impact this has on policy and practice.
Find out about what intersectionality is, why intersectional thinking is important and why applying this approach can be helpful in your social work practice.
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