New to safeguarding or child protection?
At the NSPCC, we work to keep children and young people safe from abuse and neglect every day. And as experts in safeguarding and child protection, individuals, organisations and agencies trust us to provide high-quality training to help them protect children and young people.
Browse our highly-rated introductory child protection training courses, designed to support anyone working or volunteering with children.
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Increase your confidence in identifying and responding to possible signs of child abuse and neglect with our introductory online and face-to-face training courses.
Do you work as a tutor with children? Understand your role and responsibilities as a tutor in protecting young people from abuse or harm with our interactive elearning course.
Are you aware of how children use the internet? Take our e-safety training to help you keep the children and young people you work with safe online.
If you're setting up an online community or already run an existing one, take our elearning course to help you safely manage your virtual environment for children and young people.
An interactive online course providing you with knowledge on how to protect children during rehearsals and productions. Available in English and Welsh.
An awareness course helping workers who enter people’s homes recognise the signs of possible abuse and neglect.
Face-to-face training to improve your awareness and understanding of the barriers that may impact the safety of d/Deaf and disabled children and young people.
Child protection training to help bus and taxi drivers understand the role they can play in helping to protect children from abuse.
An online course helping you to understand your safeguarding responsibilities and how to act appropriately and confidently to protect the young people you work with.
Online safeguarding courses aimed to help you develop or refresh your awareness and understanding of child protection responsibilities in your school or college.
Have regular contact with children through sport? This course will help you recognise, report and record concerns as well as understand the basics of safeguarding.
Our online course explores safeguarding duties for trustees and how you can protect beneficiaries, staff, volunteers and others who come into contact with your organisation.
See our range of expert courses for people who need specialist and additional safeguarding skills and knowledge.
Find out about the different types of child abuse, how to recognise the signs in children and young people and how you can work with children, parents and carers to prevent and respond to concerns.
Access our wide range of safeguarding resources including guidance on managing allegations of abuse, photography and sharing images and writing a safeguarding policy.