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Public CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • NSPCC Learning

    Managing sexualised behaviour in primary schools

    NSPCC Learning

    Online course designed to help learners to: manage harmful sexual behaviour in primary schools in the UK; increase their understanding and identification of behaviours in children and... Read more

  • NSPCC Learning

    Protecting children in entertainment

    NSPCC Learning

    Online learning course for professional or amateur chaperones in the entertainment industry wanting to better understand their role in protecting children and young people from abuse or... Read more

  • NSPCC Learning

    Safeguarding 16 to 25 year olds

    NSPCC Learning

    Online safeguarding training for anyone who works with 16 to 25 year olds in England or Wales designed to help them to better understand their role in safeguarding these young people... Read more

  • NSPCC Learning

    Safer recruitment in non-education settings

    NSPCC Learning

    Safer recruitment is an essential part of safeguarding; whether you’re a commercial business; statutory organisation; voluntary group or recruitment agency. This online learning... Read more

  • Public Health England

    Loggist Instructor

    Public Health England

    A training course for trainers in the NHS to deliver decision loggist training in the NHS. Trainers will be given skills and resources to deliver appropriate decision loggist training. Read more

  • Peel Solutions

    Safeguarding Children for Healthcare Professionals

    Peel Solutions

    To ensure healthcare professionals whose work brings them into contact with children and young people understand the roles and responsibilities for safeguarding the welfare of children... Read more

  • Golden Tree Wellbeing CIC

    Managing Distress and Supportive Conversations

    Golden Tree Wellbeing CIC

    The aim of this course is 6.5-hour workshop is to develop the skills that will support the recognition and management of distress in the workplace and other environments. The workshop... Read more

  • Manchester City Council, Directorate for Children and Families

    The Manchester Early Help Assessment Journey

    Manchester City Council, Directorate for Children and Families

    The Manchester Early Help Assessment Journey Our e-learning course has been developed by Manchester City Council; in conjunction with representatives from across the public; private and... Read more

  • Bibic

    Behaviour (PDA; ODD; CD; ADHD)


    This training looks at behaviour as communication; and the consequences of certain extreme behaviours. It then explores various behavioural conditions and practical strategies to... Read more

  • Ampetronic

    Equality of Access to Audio for people with hearing loss


    15% of the population suffer hearing loss, 1/4 of those use a hearing aid. Ensuring that venues and facilities provide equality of access to their services is not only a moral but a... Read more

  • Seminar for Counsellors on the Needs of Adult Siblings of People with a Lifelong Disability


    There are an estimated 1.7 million adult siblings in the UK. Adult siblings have experienced a lifetime of their needs coming second to that of another person. They are vulnerable to... Read more

  • ARCH North East

    Supporting victims and identifying those at risk of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

    ARCH North East

    Equipping practitioners to understand the needs of victims of child sexual exploitation; identify those at risk and how to support and safeguard them appropriately.

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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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