Safeguarding and child protection online training
Our range of online training courses are expertly designed to support you in learning about all aspects of child protection and safeguarding.
Understand your safeguarding responsibilities and your role in creating a safer culture for the children and young people in your school. Our 3-hour CPD-certified course covers safeguarding and child protection policies, procedures, principles and practice. Cost: £25
For anyone working in schools or colleges, our CPD-certified 3-hour courses for primary and secondary schools will help you develop or refresh your awareness and understanding of child protection to help keep the children and young people you work with safe. Cost: £25
For anyone who comes into contact with children and young people in sport, our 3-hour CPD-certified online course will help you to gain an understanding in protecting children from abuse or harm. Cost: £25
Our online training packages for schools are temporarily unavailable to purchase whilst we work on updating one of our courses. See our Child protection in schools online training for teachers and school staff in the interim.
Our CPD-certified online training for health visitors, midwives and children’s centre staff managing and delivering Coping with Crying to parents. Cost: £35
Our courses for primary and secondary schools are temporarily unavailable to purchase whilst we work on updating them. See our Child protection in schools online training for teachers and school staff in the interim.
Increase your confidence in identifying and responding to possible signs of child abuse and neglect with our 3-hour CPD-certified online course. Cost: £25
Developed with assistance from experts at Childline, our 3-hour CPD-certified interactive course will give you the guidance you need to set up or manage an online community and ensure your virtual environment for children and young people is safe. Cost: £25
Developed by the NSPCC in association with CEOP, the child protection unit of the National Crime Agency, our 4-hour interactive CPD-certified course will help you to understand how children use the internet and how to respond to risks they may face online. Cost: £35
Our 1-hour CPD-certified online course for chaperones on how to protect children during rehearsals and productions. Available in English and Welsh. Cost: £25
Developed by the NSPCC in association with the Ann Craft Trust, our 3-hour CPD-certified online course will help you to better understand your role in safeguarding young people or young adults at risk from abuse, neglect or harm. Cost: £35
We're temporarily making our paid-for online course free to access to support anyone who enters or visits people's homes to recognise the signs of abuse and neglect and know what to do to protect a child during this challenging time. Cost: Free
Our CPD-certified 3-hour online course will help you to better identify concerns when safeguarding children who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and additional needs. Cost: £25
A CPD-certified short online training course providing safeguarding guidance for bus and taxi drivers who come into contact with children during their job or managers who employ drivers to transport children and young people. Cost: £9.50
An online training package for anyone who works in the charity, voluntary or community sector. Covers topics to help increase your confidence in recognising abuse and neglect, online safety, safer recruitment and managing online communities. Cost: £95
For anyone responsible for selecting and recruiting candidates for posts that come into contact with children in a non-educational setting, our 4-hour CPD certified course will teach you how to safely recruit the right staff and volunteers to work with young people. Cost: £35
Our 4-hour CPD-certified online course is for anyone responsible for recruiting, shortlisting and vetting the right people to work with children in schools or colleges. Cost: £35
Our 3-hour online course will help trustees to carry out their safeguarding duties in protecting beneficiaries, staff, volunteers, visitors and any organisations they may fund. Cost: £25