Free course for workers who visit or deliver to people's homes

Postal workers, delivery drivers and workers who regularly visit homes are well placed to spot any emerging safeguarding concerns or signs of possible abuse and neglect.

To support you, we're temporarily making our paid-for safeguarding course free for you to access while most children are out of school. If you've previously purchased this course, log in to access it.

Take our course for free

We recommend you complete the course in one sitting as your progress won't be saved. It should take about 15 minutes. Click on the > arrow below and progress through the course.

Having problems? Try playing the course full screen. If you need to get in touch call us on 0116 234 7246 or email learning@nspcc.org.uk

Ongoing training and resources to support you

Training in safeguarding and child protection

We have a range of elearning and face-to-face safeguarding training courses for anyone working or volunteering with children and young people. We’re temporarily reducing the price of our elearning to support all people working with children during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Sign up to receive email alerts

Register to receive weekly and monthly alerts about safeguarding and child protection:

> NSPCC Learning newsletter
> CASPAR
> New in the Library
> Safeguarding in Education Update
> Case Reviews Update

Child protection and safeguarding information and research

Search our directory for our latest research, child protection statistics, leaflets, practical guidance, briefings and evaluations that share what we've learned from our services for children and families.

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Talk to our expert child protection consultants today

Our consultancy service can help you to audit, improve and implement safeguarding and child protection arrangements tailored to your organisation.

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Contact our information service 

Our Knowledge and Information Service provides quick and easy access to the latest child protection research, policy and practice. Contact us today to help you find the information and resources you need to keep children safe.

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More ways you can support children and young people

During the coronavirus pandemic, the NSPCC is working hard to ensure we're still here for children. Many feel anxious without school, struggling to manage difficult emotions – and some are having suicidal thoughts and feelings. That's why it's vital Childline - our free, private and confidential counselling service for children - is still here for children.

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