E-learning is a quick and flexible way to learn. Our courses are expertly designed to support you in learning about all aspects of safeguarding children.
Throughout 2014 we will be launching a new range of e-learning courses including courses on child protection in sport and education. Each of our courses is grounded in the latest research, theory and practice as well as drawing on our specialist experience.
Find out more about our courses below and keep up-to-date with new online training from the NSPCC by registering your interest.
A four-module course to help staff and volunteers involved in sport with children and young people to:
A four-module course for any professional coming into contact with children or families covering:
This course enables users to develop or refresh their awareness and understanding of safeguarding and child protection.
A six-module course to help you understand:
The course will help you to review your organisation's provision and awareness of online safety and signpost you to further help, support and advice.
Launched in September 2013, Keeping Children Safe Online has received a 99% approval rating from over 426 users.
Available later in 2014.
A five-module course to ensure those involved in recruiting staff and volunteers take all possible steps to safeguard and protect children and young people at their school, academy or college.
Available from September 2014.
A four-module course that enables staff working in education settings to develop or refresh their awareness and understanding of safeguarding and child protection in schools and colleges.
For the last few years the NSPCC has partnered with EduCare to provide e-learning courses to individuals and organisations, which have contributed to keeping hundreds and thousands of children safe. This partnership has now come to an end and we will be offering NSPCC e-learning courses.
Joint NSPCC EduCare courses are no longer available to any new users. If you are already signed up for one of these courses, it will be available for you to complete until the 26 March 2015.
For information on payment and technical requirements please see our FAQs page.