Safeguarding and Child Protection Courses London
Our child protection courses in London will give you and your organisation the knowledge to keep children safe.
The NSPCC's training courses in London are held in The Gestalt Centre, close to Old Street underground station and the heart of the capital.
Upcoming courses in London
- Introduction to child protection training
A CPD certified course aimed at anyone who comes into contact with children through their work, to gain a better understanding of safeguarding and the processes involved in child protection.
Duration: 1 day course4 February 2015
- Child protection refresher training
For those that want to ensure they are aware of recent developments in the field of safeguarding and child protection, and are competent and confident to respond to concerns. Government guidance recommends that refresher training should take place every three years.
Duration: Half-day course
No dates currently scheduled in London
- Designated safeguarding officer training
A CPD certified course for those with a lead operational role for safeguarding within the voluntary, community and corporate sectors
Duration: 2 day course
12-13 January 2015
- Refresher training for the Designated Safeguarding Officer
Aimed at those with a lead operational role for safeguarding within the voluntary, community and corporate sectors. This refresher course covers recent developments and provides the opportunity to refresh and extend skills and confidences. Government guidance recommends that refresher training should take place every three years.
Duration: 1 day course
18 February 2015
We are also able to develop or modify a course specifically to meet your needs
Any aspect of child protection or safeguarding can be considered. Please contact NSPCC training discuss.
The Gestalt Cenre
96-100 Clifton Street
View map and get directions - The Gestalt Centre website
Nearest Underground station:
Old Street (Northern Line) - Leave Old Street Station at exit 4
Tube and bus information - Transport for London
- wheelchair accessible
- free wi-fi
- break-out areas
- approximately 600 metres from Old Street station (exit 4)
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