It will help you to develop core skills in planning, designing, delivering and evaluating child protection training.
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Module 1: 22-24 Jan
Module 2: 26-28 Feb
Six days (two three-day modules)
£225 per day
Call 0808 800 5000
The six-day programme offers the opportunity for accreditation with the NSPCC Certificate of Competency in Child Protection Training.
Those who deliver child protection training. They may be employed as trainers or undertake training as part of their substantive role.
This is professional development course and you will need to have the common core of skills and knowledge for promoting the welfare of children and young people. It is designed for those who have received previous child protection training, for example the NSPCC's Introduction to child protection
Through an interactive face-to-face training programme involving a range of methods including: large and small group discussions, formal input, case studies and presentations.
Style of the course enabled me to learn a lot from other participants as well as from the trainer.
Excellent balance of strategies to engage all learning styles.
Feel more empowered to facilitate training and more aware of my own strengths and weaknesses around my knowledge.
I feel much more empowered to tackle training and individual different learning styles.
This has been one of the best courses I have attended and plan on utilising effectively.
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This programme offers the opportunity for accreditation with the NSPCC Certificate of Competency in Child Protection Training.
You can also expand your core knowledge of child protection issues by commissioning a specialist subject course. These courses include domestic violence, substance misuse, and working with children of parents with mental health difficulties. See our training courses or call 0808 800 5000.
We also have learning resources that can support you in your role as a trainer.
We're also able to develop or modify a course specifically to meet your needs. If you can't find what you're looking for, please contact NSPCC Training
The accreditation involves an assessment process and candidates will be required to demonstrate their training competence against a number of performance indicators. These indicators cover all aspects of the training cycle which are underpinned by safeguarding children practice.
Candidates are required to prepare and submit a practice portfolio to evidence competence in child protection training.
Maximum time available for assessment is 25 hours.
One day workshop: £200
Assessment fee: £820.