The WSSCP provides access to a range of e-Learning courses to help you in your work.
To take this course click on the link below:
To take this course click on this link – Online staff Training and resources relating to SEND
This online training takes approximately 1 hour and is designed to raise an awareness of the prevalence of CSA, what possible signs to look out for, understanding how children and young people feel and ensuring they are both seen and heard. To take this course click our Child Sexual Abuse training link.
Domestic Violence and Abuse is a serious social problem and human rights violation. It can affect anyone regardless of culture, ethnic or religious group, gender, sexuality, age, disability, income or lifestyle. However, with good service provision and awareness, many people affected by Domestic Violence and Abuse can lead safer and happier lives and protect their children.
To take this course visit the Learning and Development Gateway.
The Home Office has launched a free online training package dealing with Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) developed with Virtual College. This training will provide you with an overview of FGM and your responsibilities in FGM cases. It also contains information on how to prevent FGM and helps professionals support those who have been subjected to it.
To take this course visit the Home Office Virtual College.
An 2nd online awareness course on FGM is also available and will provide information on the facts and figures and around FGM, help and support available. To take this course visit the Learning & Development Gateway
ECPAT (Every Child Protected Against Trafficking) UK has developed an e-learning course for child trafficking. ‘In Your Hands’ is appropriate for all professionals who may work with children who may have been trafficked. This course provides you with an awareness of the main issues around victim identification and what steps to take to provide support to a child victim of trafficking
To take this course visit ECPAT UK.
The NSPCC offer online safeguarding training to help with the recruitment process of staff and volunteers in schools, academies or colleges. The training has been developed in line with the Department for Education’s ‘Keeping Children Safe in Education’ guidance.
To take this course visit the NSPCC.
The PREVENT strategy aims to stop people becoming terrorists or supporting terrorism. While it remains rare for children and young people to become involved in terrorist activity, young people from an early age can be exposed to terrorist and extremist influences of prejudiced views. Channel is a key element of the PREVENT strategy. It is a multi-agency approach to protect people at risk from radicalisation.
To take this course visit Channel General Awareness.
This course has been developed with the Forced Marriage Unit of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Home Office. It aims to raise awareness, challenge perceptions and inform you of the correct actions to take should you suspect someone is at risk.
To take this course visit Safeguarding Children e-Academy.
Upon completion of the course learners are expected to have a good understanding of the situation of unaccompanied and separated children, an overview of their specific needs and knowledge on how to address them. Learners will also acquire country-specific information and resources related to care framework in their respective countries.
The course available is for:
Care professionals, including social workers, personal assistants, child and family workers (care professionals). To access the course visit Safe Project Online Learning