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  • British Pump Manufacturers' Association

    Essentials of Pumping Technology: Level Four (QCF)

    British Pump Manufacturers' Association

    This course is suitable for anyone who manages or is involved with any of the following: designing; specifying; selling; sourcing; installing; servicing and maintaining pumping... Read more

  • NWG Network

    CSE and Learning Disabilities and Difficulties

    NWG Network

    This course seeks to develop our knowledge and awareness of how difficulties and challenges in learning affect how young people make sense of and respond to risk. Many young people do... Read more

  • St Paul’s Community Development Trust

    Designated Safeguarding Lead Training

    St Paul’s Community Development Trust

    This interactive 2-day course will qualify you with the necessary knowledge required to be a competent Safeguarding Lead in your settings. You will understand your responsibility as the... Read more

  • St Paul’s Community Development Trust

    Refresher Designated Safeguarding Lead Training

    St Paul’s Community Development Trust

    This interactive1 day course is necessary for existing Designated Safeguarding Leads; designed to refresh and update your knowledge on the Early Help and Child Protection procedures. Read more

  • Public Health England

    Decision Loggist Training Course

    Public Health England

    Decision Loggists are used by decision makers to record critical decisions. A record of decisions made is an essential piece of evidence in future inquiries; learning and supporting the... Read more

  • Barnardo's

    National FGM Centre - Risk Assessing FGM for Social Worker

    Barnardo's

    The training is intended to equip social workers with the understanding and skills to use the National FGM Centre’s FGM Risk Assessment Matrix (RAM).

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  • Public Health England

    Working with your Loggist

    Public Health England

    A fundamental role within any major incident is that of the Loggist; the person who is responsible for capturing; through decision logs; the decision making process that might be used... Read more

  • Freedom from Torture

    Working with Interpreters in a Therapeutic Context

    Freedom from Torture

    “Working as a team with a professional interpreter builds a bridge between practitioner and client to ensure a true and meaningful dialogue” – Nathalie Talbot; Interpreter at... Read more

  • Freedom from Torture

    UK Asylum System for Separated Young People

    Freedom from Torture

    “The UK asylum system is complex but knowing how to help a separated young person through the process can be straightforward”.This module aims to help practitioners gain a better... Read more

  • Barnardo's

    Assessing the impact of Neglect on children and using the Graded Care Profile to enhance assessment and intervention

    Barnardo's

    This one day course will ensure participants understand the nature and potential impact of neglect on children. They will build on their ability to identify neglect and to respond... Read more

  • Barnardo's

    Safeguarding for Senior; Designated & Operational Managers

    Barnardo's

    This is a one day course for operational managers in Birmingham to enhance their knowledge and skills of working together to safeguard children in line with the guidance and best... Read more

  • Barnardo's

    Tackling Child Sexual exploitation in Birmingham

    Barnardo's

    This programme will specifically support practitioners in Birmingham to prevent child sexual exploitation (CSE); protect children and young people who are at risk of harm or are abused... 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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