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Carers

Includes: Care Assistants, Home Carers, Homecare Assistants, Personal Assistants, Support Workers, Senior Carers

 

Important Information: We offer 2 courses suitable for people who work with vulnerable adults and/or children at risk. If you are inspected by bodies such as CQC and Ofsted, it is highly likely that you have a requirement to take at least an introductory safeguarding training course. If you work in a clinical capacity, or are expected to perform physical duties for the children or adults in your care (e.g. washing, bathing, assisting with dressing and undressing), or are the Designated Safeguarding Lead Person within your organisation, it is likely you will also require further safeguarding training.

Our Introduction to Adult/Child Protection online training course provides a basic introduction to child protection and vulnerable adult safeguarding, while our Further Adult/Child Protection online training course covers a greater depth of knowledge.

 

Visit Course Page: Introduction to Adult/Child Protection, Further Adult/Child Protection

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Childcare

Includes: Au-Pairs, Babysitters, Childminders, Childminders' Assistants, Nannies

 

Important Information: Our Child Protection for Childminders online training course is the best option for anyone with a responsibility to care for children in a domestic environment. It is written by experts to meet the key inspection requirements of Ofsted and equivalent inspecting bodies, with scenario-based learning specific to your sector.  

 

Visit Course Page: Child Protection for Childminders

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Dental

Includes: Dentists, Dental Admin Staff, Dental Assistants, Dental Apprentices, Dental Nurses, Dental Receptionists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Secretaries, Dental Surgeons, Orthodontists, Office Managers

 

Important Information: We provide Dental-specific variants of our bestselling Introduction to Adult/Child Protection and Further Adult/Child Protection online training courses.

Every member of staff  in a general dental practice requires at least Level 1 safeguarding training, as specified in the Intercollegiate Document. Our Introduction course covers the core competencies and knowledge requirements for Level 1 as outlined in the Intercollegiate Document.

All staff working in a clinical capacity, and all non-clinical staff who have duties that require a more in-depth involvement with children or vulnerable adults, should take Level 2 safeguarding training in addition to Level 1 training. Our Further course covers the core competencies and knowledge requirements for Level 2 as set out in the Intercollegiate Document.

We do not provide training at Levels 3, 4, or 5. The Intercollegiate Document specifies that online courses are not an acceptable method of training at the higher levels unless taken alongside a multi-agency face-to-face safeguarding course.

Our courses are recommended by the British Dental Association. Please click here to read our further information on safeguarding levels for the Healthcare sector.

 

Visit Course Page: Introduction to Adult/Child Protection, Further Adult/Child Protection

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Early Years

Includes: Children's Centre Staff, Creche Staff, Early Years Assistants, Early Years Practitioners, Nursery Assistants, Nursery Managers, Nursery Nurses, Playgroup Staff, Senior Early Years Practitioners

 

Important Information: Our Safeguarding in Education: Early Years online training course is written by experts specifically for staff who work in the Early Years sector. The course has been developed to meet the safeguarding requirements of Ofsted and equivalent inspecting bodies. 

Senior members of staff, or the Designated Safeguarding Lead Person(s) for your organisation, may also be interested in our Further Child Protection online training course, which delivers a greater depth of knowledge on the main child protection legislation and processes, as well as guidance on how to carry out referrals and the steps to follow when documenting and reporting concerns.

We offer a separate Awareness of Prevent Duty online training course, which gives a more in-depth overview of your Prevent duty and is written specifically to suit the needs of the education sector.

Our e-Safety Training course is designed to meet give a more in-depth overview of your online safety requirements as an organisation or school, and it is updated annually to keep in line with current legislation.

Parents of children in the Early Years may be interested in our e-Safety for Parents online training course, which is updated annually to keep in line with current legislation.

 

Visit Course Page: Safeguarding in Education: Early Years, Further Child Protectione-Safety Training, e-Safety for Parents, Awareness of Prevent Duty

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Education

Includes: Admin Staff, Admin Assistants, Admissions Staff, After School Clubs Staff, Bursars, Business Managers, Boarding House Masters/Mothers, Classroom Assistants, Deputy Head Teachers, Finance Staff, Head Teachers, Lunchtime Supervisors, Operations Directors, Professors, Receptionists, Secretaries, School Librarians, School Nurses, Special Educational Needs (SEN) Staff, Student Teachers, Substitute Teachers, Teachers

 

Important Information: Our Safeguarding in Education online training course has been specifically written by experts for all staff working in the Education sector. The course has been developed to meet the safeguarding requirements of Ofsted and equivalent inspecting bodies.

Senior members of staff, or the Designated Safeguarding Lead Person(s) for your school, may also be interested in our Further Child Protection online training course, which delivers a greater depth of knowledge on the main child protection legislation and processes, as well as guidance on how to carry out referrals and the steps to follow when documenting and reporting concerns.

For a general introduction to safeguarding, we provide an education-specific variant of our Introduction to Child Protection online training course.

We offer a separate Awareness of Prevent Duty online training course, which gives a more in-depth overview of your Prevent duty and is written specifically to suit the needs of the education sector.

Our e-Safety Training course is designed to meet give a more in-depth overview of your online safety requirements as an organisation or school, and it is updated annually to keep in line with current legislation.

Parents of schoolchildren may be interested in our e-Safety for Parents online training course, which is updated annually to keep in line with current legislation.

 

Visit Course Page: Safeguarding in Education, Further Child Protection, e-Safety Training, e-Safety for Parents, Awareness of Prevent Duty, Introduction to Child Protection

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Equestrian

Includes: Equine Dentists, Equine Veterinarians, Equestrian Volunteers, Event Organisers, Exercise Riders, Farriers, Grooms, Riding Coaches, Riding Instructors, Stable Assistants, Stable Hands, Stable Managers, Stable Owners, Stud Hands, Welfare Officers

 

Appropriate Courses: We provide 2 online safeguarding courses written specifically to meet the unique needs of the Equestrian sector. These courses are written in association with the British Equestrian Federation (BEF) and are recognised by the British Horse Society (BHS). 

If you work as an Equestrian professional and have previously attended a face-to-face safeguarding course, you can take our online Child Protection for Equestrians - Refresher training course. This course is suitable for refreshing your memory of key safeguarding topics.

If you are an Equestrian volunteer, we have developed a course specifically to meet your individual needs. Our Child Protection for Equestrian Volunteers online training course may be a suitable learning tool for you.

 

Visit Course Page: Child Protection for Equestrian Volunteers, Child Protection for Equestrians - Refresher

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Healthcare

Includes: Carers, Clinical Psychologists, Counsellors, Dietitians, Dental Staff, First-Aiders, General Practitioners, Health Records Staff, Health Visitors, Hospital Chefs, Medical Secretaries, Midwives, Nutritionists, Nurses, Optometrists, Paramedics, Psychologists, Psychotherapists, Pharmaceutical Staff, Therapists, School Nurses, Social Workers, Ward Assistants

 

Appropriate Courses: It is safe to assume that all staff working in the Healthcare sector require at least Level 1 safeguarding training. Our Introduction to Adult/Child Protection online training course covers the core competencies and knowledge requirements for Level 1 safeguarding as outlined in the Intercollegiate Document.

If you work in a clinical capacity, or your role is non-clinical but your duties require you to have a more in-depth involvement with children or vulnerable adults, it is likely that you will also require Level 2 safeguarding training. Our Further Adult/Child Protection online training course covers the core competencies and knowledge requirements for Level 2 as specified in the Intercollegiate Document.

If you work as part of a Dental team, please click here for more sector-specific information.

If you work as a Carer, please click here for more sector-specific information.

We do not provide training at Levels 3, 4, or 5. The Intercollegiate Document specifies that online courses are not an acceptable method of learning at the higher levels unless taken alongside a multi-agency face-to-face safeguarding course.

We recommend that you always check with your Local Safeguarding Board or NHS Trust before purchasing a training course, to ensure it fulfils the expectations of your specific role. For more information, please visit our dedicated Healthcare page by clicking here.

 

Visit Course Page: Introduction to Adult/Child Protection, Further Adult/Child Protection

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Leisure

Includes: Amusement Parks, Animal Attractions, Commercial Leisure Parks, Dance Instructors, Entertainment Staff, Events Staff, Family Entertainment Centres, Festivals, Indoor Play Centres, Piers, Performing Arts Staff, Playgroups, Theme Parks, Trampolining Centres, Visitor Attractions, Zoos

 

Appropriate Courses: Our Introduction to Child Protection online training course provides a general introduction to safeguarding for anyone who comes into contact with children and young people as part of their daily work. The course is also suitable for volunteers, or people who may not make direct contact with children but still need an awareness of the signs and indicators of abuse.

Our Further Child Protection online training course is suitable for the Designated Safeguarding Lead Person(s), or anyone within your organisation who is required to have a more in-depth knowledge of the various guidance and legislation surrounding child protection, including how to report concerns and make referrals.

If you also come into contact with vulnerable adults as part of your role, our combined Introduction Adult/Child Protection and Further Adult/Child Protection online training courses may be more appropriate for you.

 

Visit Course Page: Introduction to Child ProtectionFurther Child Protection, Introduction to Adult/Child Protection, Further Adult/Child Protection

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Music

Includes: Musicians, Music Teachers, Music Tutors, Music Services, Peripatetic Music Teachers, Private Music Tutors, Voice Coaches, Singing Teachers

 

Appropriate Courses: Our Safeguarding in Music Education course has been developed specifically to suit the unique needs of those working in the Music Education sector. Whether you work alone, privately, or within a school environment, our course is written to ensure you fulfil all of your safeguarding outcomes as specified by Ofsted and equivalent inspecting bodies, with relevant case studies and downloadable resources included.

If you are the Designated Safeguarding Lead Person(s) for your organisation, or you require a more in-depth knowledge of the processes and procedures surrounding child protection, including how to report concerns and make referrals, you may also find our Further Child Protection online training course a useful learning resource.

 

Visit Course Page: Safeguarding in Music Education, Further Child Protection

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Sports

Includes: Dance Instructors, Fitness Instructors, Lifeguards, Outdoor Education, Sports Coaches, Swimming Instructors, Personal Trainers

 

Appropriate Courses: We provide a Sports variant of our bestselling Introduction online training course, which is written specifically for those working in the Sports sector. You can select at the start of the course.

Our Introduction to Child Protection online training course is suitable as a general introduction to safeguarding for anyone who comes into contact with children and young people as part of their daily roles.

Our Further Child Protection online training course may be suitable for the Designated Safeguarding Lead Person(s) within your organisation, or for anyone who is required to have a greater depth of knowledge in child protection legislation, processes and procedures, including how to report concerns, handle allegations and make referrals.

 

Visit Course Page: Introduction to Child Protection, Further Child Protection 

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Volunteer

Includes: After-School Club Volunteers, Activity Group Leaders, Charity Volunteers, Library Volunteers, Parent Volunteers, Playgroup Volunteers, Under 5s Volunteers, Youth Club Volunteers

 

Appropriate Courses: Our Introduction to Child Protection online training course provides a general introduction to safeguarding for anyone who comes into contact with children and young people as part of their daily work. The course is also suitable for volunteers who may not make direct contact with children but still need an awareness of the signs and indicators of abuse and neglect.

Our Further Child Protection online training course is suitable for the Designated Safeguarding Lead Person(s), or anyone within your organisation who is required to have a more in-depth knowledge of the various guidance and legislation surrounding child protection, including how to report concerns and make referrals.

If you also come into contact with vulnerable adults as part of your role, our combined Introduction Adult/Child Protection and Further Adult/Child Protection online training courses may be more appropriate for you.

 

Visit Course Page: Introduction to Child ProtectionFurther Child Protection, Introduction to Adult/Child Protection, Further Adult/Child Protection

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Other

Includes: Builders, Caretakers, Construction Staff, Contractors, Driving Instructors, Gardeners, Janitors, Language Tutors, Maintenance Staff, Taxi Drivers, Translators, Youth Club Leaders

 

Appropriate Courses: Our Introduction to Child Protection online training course provides a general introduction to safeguarding for anyone who comes into contact with children and young people as part of their daily work or duties. The course is also suitable for volunteers, or people who may not make direct contact with children but still need an awareness of the signs and indicators of abuse.

Our Further Child Protection online training course is suitable for the Designated Safeguarding Lead Person(s), or anyone within your organisation who is required to have a more in-depth knowledge of the various guidance and legislation surrounding child protection, including how to report concerns and make referrals.

If you also come into contact with vulnerable adults as part of your role, our combined Introduction Adult/Child Protection and Further Adult/Child Protection online training courses may be more appropriate for you.

 

Visit Course Page: Introduction to Child ProtectionFurther Child Protection, Introduction to Adult/Child Protection, Further Adult/Child Protection