NSPCC EduCare child protection awareness programmes enable those who have contact with children through their work or leisure activities to gain the confidence to act upon concerns about children and play a role in preventing abuse.
This five module programme is designed to teach everybody about their role and responsibility to safeguard children. The programme explains children’s developmental needs and what can influence them and the essential facts about what abuse is and the damaging effects it can have on a child’s life. It will help participants to identify when a child might be at risk by highlighting possible signs and indicators of abuse. It also has a step-by-step action plan to follow should there be concerns about a child’s welfare.
This three module programme is suitable for people who have already completed basic child protection training. The purpose of the programme is to raise awareness so that children who may be experiencing neglect can be helped.
This four module programme is suitable for anyone responsible for recruiting paid staff or volunteers into their organisation. It includes guidance on recruitment, selection techniques, checks and safeguards to put in place, and post-recruitment vigilance to help reduce the risk of employing someone who may pose a danger to children.
This four module programme is designed to teach everybody about their role and responsibility in safeguarding children and is suitable for anyone who works in an educational setting. It will help you identify when a child might be at risk, and includes a step-by-step action plan to follow should there be concern for a child’s welfare.
This five module programme is written specifically for professionals who come into contact with children, young people and their parents through their work in a health or social care setting. It provides an authoritative introduction to safeguarding and will help you to recognise the early warning signs of possible abuse.
This five module programme is suitable for anyone who works in a sports or active leisure setting. It provides an excellent introduction to safeguarding children and young people and will help you to recognise the early warning signs of possible abuse.
This three module programme deals with child sexual abuse and is aimed at anyone working with children in an organisational setting. It contains facts about child sexual abuse and includes sections on grooming and internet safety.
This 21 module programme provides an opportunity for those who have taken a child protection awareness course to learn about the subject more broadly and in greater depth. There are sections on child development and how parental difficulties can affect the care of children, as well as how to communicate effectively with children and young people.
EduCare programmes are available in both online and paper formats and all programmes are independently certified for CPD points.
The EduCare method is simple and easy to understand using concise learning modules to deliver the essential information on any subject, and multiple choice questionnaires to test and measure understanding.
Upon successful completion of a programme, participants receive the correct answer explanations and a personalised NSPCC certificate.