We work with a wide range of organisations across all sectors in England, providing online, face-to-face and live virtual training and consultancy services.
As experts in safeguarding and child protection, we understand the issues organisations and people working with children can face. That's why professionals trust us to provide the support, training and resources they need to help protect the children and young people they work with. And, as a charity, income generated from the sale of our training courses is reinvested back into the NSPCC to help protect children.
Our training follows the statutory guidance set out in Working together to safeguard children1 and all other key legislation and guidance.
You can choose from online courses or face-to-face sessions, delivered either on location or in a live virtual classroom. All of our training courses are supported by a range of further information and downloadable resources to help you protect the children you work with.
Increase your confidence in identifying and responding to possible signs of child abuse and neglect with our introductory courses.
Training for anyone who supports front line staff who may raise child protection or safeguarding concerns.
Ensure staff can recognise abuse and be confident in responding to concerns with our range of child protection courses or choose one of our online training packages for schools.
Our courses are designed to meet the requirements of your designated, named or lead safeguarding or child protection role.
Learn how to safely recruit the right staff and volunteers to ensure they are safe to work with children and young people.
If you work with babies and their parents and carers, this course will help you to understand what NAHI is, identify risk factors within families, and put support in place to help parents and carers keep their baby safe.
Our advanced safeguarding training course for health professionals meets Level 4 knowledge, skills and competencies.
Training for teams to help you understand healthy brain growth in children and the impact of trauma on development.
An advanced course with optional accreditation to learn how to deliver child protection training.
Learn how to apply learning from case reviews that are conducted when a child dies or is seriously harmed. Training includes common topics and themes, how to apply learning and how to improve day-to-day practice.
ReferencesDepartment for Education (DfE) (2018) Working together to safeguard children: a guide to inter-agency working to safeguard and promote the welfare of children (PDF). [London]: Department for Education (DfE).
Find out how the child protection system works in England and what the key legislation and guidance is for anyone who works with children and families.
Access our wide range of safeguarding resources including guidance on managing allegations of abuse, photography and sharing images and writing a safeguarding policy.
What to do if you have concerns that a child you know through your work or volunteering has experienced abuse and neglect.