15th November 2018
The NSPCC has launched a new online safeguarding training course for anyone working with 16 to 25 year olds in England or Wales. The course gives a clear understanding of how to recognise, report and record concerns to protect and safeguard young people. Course material includes: teaching pages; film clips; audio recordings; reflective tasks and interactive learning activities and quizzes.
Working at your own pace, you’ll learn how to:
- recognise possible abuse
- respond appropriately
- report your concerns
- record your observations.
How the online course works
Each module takes about 20-40 minutes to complete and is followed by five questions. At the end of each module you’ll be given a full explanation of the correct and incorrect answers.
The course includes:
- teaching pages
- film clips
- audio recordings
- reflective tasks
- interactive learning activities and quizzes.
The course costs £30 per person. You have access to your course for one year following purchase. Once you've successfully completed it you can download a personalised certificate of achievement.
Who is this course for?
Safeguarding 16 to 25 year olds is an introductory course for anyone who works with young people from the age of 16 to 25. This may include:
- mentors or individuals who work for an organisation or independently
- social care and education professionals.
You don’t need any previous safeguarding training to take this course.
To access the course online, click here
For further information or support
0116 234 7246