Introducing NSPCC Learning

Do you work or volunteer with children? Our new website provides all the tools, training and resources you need

NSPCC Learning launch

From 4 September 2018, NSPCC Learning is the new home for our acclaimed safeguarding and child protection resources. On our new site, you’ll find everything you’ll need to help you in your work with children and young people, including:

    • elearning and face-to-face training
    • the latest safeguarding and child protection information and news
    • CASPAR and other email alerts
    • factsheets, case reviews and statistics
    • research findings, classroom resources and practice guidance.

NSPCC Learning logoNSPCC Head of Knowledge and Information, Karen Childs Smith, said:
“We’re excited to be launching our new website, NSPCC Learning – the home of the latest child protection and safeguarding news, information and training.

“Our website helps us to reach, engage and educate professionals on how to effectively keep children and young people safe.”

Discover NSPCC Learning today

As with everything we do, we’re learning all the time how best to work together to keep children safe, so we’ll be continually testing and improving the website based on your feedback.

There will be more content and features over the coming months, so remember to check out NSPCC Learning regularly.

Go to NSPCC Learning

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Our main NSPCC site will continue to offer expert advice and information for parents and carers, fundraising news and events, as well as our Helpline and reporting tools.

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