Our range of safeguarding and child protection training courses for schools and colleges are designed to give you the confidence to recognise and respond to abuse and neglect, recruit safely and help ensure your school or college is safe for children and young people.
We offer cost-effective online training packages for primary and secondary schools in the UK.
The online courses included in our packages will help increase your confidence in recognising abuse, online safety, safeguarding children with SEND and responding to sexualised behaviour.
Online safeguarding training to give school governors a clear understanding of their child protection responsibilities in schools.
In-person and live virtual training designed for anyone in a lead safeguarding role in schools and colleges based in England.
In-person and live virtual refresher course to update your safeguarding skills and knowledge, particularly if it’s been over two years since you’ve attended child protection training.
Our elearning courses will help education staff to manage, assess and respond to sexualised behaviour in primary and secondary schools.
This elearning course will help you to develop or refresh your awareness and understanding of child protection to help keep the children you work with safe.
Are you aware of how children use the internet? Take our elearning course to help you keep the children and young people you work with safe online.
Safely recruit the right staff and volunteers to ensure they are safe to work with children and young people in the education sector with our online, live virtual training and face-to-face training course.
Safeguard your pupils with special educational needs and disabilities and additional needs with our online course.
Explore our training, lesson plans, guidance and resources for schools and colleges to help keep your pupils safe.
Guidance for schools in UK nations on safeguarding during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
A list of services and resources to support your work with children, young people and their families during the coronavirus pandemic.