Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of a child or young
Safeguarding is everyone's business. As a practitioner, you
have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of all children
and young people you work with. Courses within this section
will support your development of skills, knowledge and ability
within this area.
Aims to increase participants’ understanding of the needs of young people who have been sexually abused children in order to assist them in providing safe care and assist the child’s recovery.
Aims to increase practitioners knowledge and confidence for delivering emergency first aid to babies, children and young people in the absence of an appointed first aider.
This event examines the medical and psychological aspects of foetal alcohol and neonatal abstinence syndrome.
This programme explores the effect of domestic violence on women, children and young people and how the freedom programme can be used to improve outcomes.
This course is a basic awareness training programme on the safeguarding implications of information and communication technology (ICT ) for practitioners working with children
This course is an introductory session for the protection of children and young people.
This event is an session to introduce the MAPS service and how to make a referral.
A series of training events covering elements of teenage pregnancy prevention and associated issues.