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Public CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Childminding UK (CUK)

    Childminder Introductory Training

    Childminding UK (CUK)

    This online introductory training course comprises of 5 modules. It covers all the requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) necessary for registration plus extra... Read more

  • Shropshire Academy & Learning Trust (SALT)

    Running Ahead

    Shropshire Academy & Learning Trust (SALT)

    A practice led workshop exploring the systemic ‘gap’ in the proactive protection of children that go missing from care in many areas across the UK. This workshop considers the... Read more

  • Peel Recruitment & Training Solutions

    Investigative skills and evidence gathering refresher

    Peel Recruitment & Training Solutions

    To provide retired or retiring investigators with an overview of the latest methods employed during a criminal investigation and file build. To improve the knowledge; they will require... Read more

  • Public Health England

    Exercise Design and Development Training Course

    Public Health England

    Exercising is about training; practising; testing; evaluating and improving an organisation’s preparedness plans and routines for managing the response to incidents. The Emergency... Read more

  • NWG Network

    Advanced Training in Child Sexual Exploitation

    NWG Network

    The Advanced Course is designed to encourage the reflective practice of delegates through engaging discussions; sharing of experiences and through the use of a case study. The course... Read more

  • Taye Training

    Safeguarding Responder

    Taye Training

    This course is for managerial staff. It is recommended that the awareness course is attended first as the focus of this training is building confidence and understanding of how to... Read more

  • CETAHealth

    Basic Life Support


    On completion of CPR training; the participant should be able to demonstrate resuscitation of an Adult/Child who is unconscious & not breathing. This should be assessed during or at... Read more

  • PrescQIPP CIC

    Polypharmacy and deprescribing

    PrescQIPP CIC

    This course explains the concepts of polypharmacy and deprescribing. It describes when polypharmacy may be appropriate or inappropriate and how this occurs. It provides practical advice... Read more

  • Peel Recruitment & Training Solutions

    Effective Analysis of Communications Data

    Peel Recruitment & Training Solutions

    This five-day course is designed for law-enforcement analysts (also suitable for researchers and investigators in other fields). It will enable delegates to apply analytical techniques... Read more

  • Community Impact Bucks

    Roles and Responsibilities of Trustees

    Community Impact Bucks

    Congratulations; you’re a trustee! What next? Do you understand your individual and collective role and responsibilities? Learn more about what trustees do and your vital role in... Read more

  • BILD

    CAPBS Coaches Network Meeting 2017


    We are eager to establish regional PBS Coaches Networks; and our aim is to hold meetings twice a year; at different locations. The meetings are invaluable Continuous Professional... Read more

  • Level Playing Field - LPF

    Disability Inclusion and Etiquette Training

    Level Playing Field - LPF

    The Disability Inclusion and Etiquette Training (D. I. E. T) looks to upskill customer facing staff at sports stadiums/venues and organisations that provide services for disabled sports... Read more

More information about Public

The UK public sector is a major component of the total UK economy. According to Open University research, public expenditure in 2008/09 amounted to £618bn and constituted 48% of GDP. The public sector employs just under 6 million personnel (approx. 19% of total UK workforce) and is responsible for the delivery of a wide range of public services including: pensions and benefits (28%), health (18%), emergency services, law enforcement, and education (13%).

According to the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), the UK voluntary sector contributes £11.7 billion to the UK economy, and employs approximately 765,000 (2.7%) of the total 27.9million UK workforce.

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