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The NSPCC is inspired by a belief that we can make a difference for all children. That is why we aim to end cruelty to children in the UK.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Child Protection: An Introduction

    Online Course | NSPCC

    An online introductory safeguarding course for anyone who works with children and young people.

  • Child Protection in Scotland

    Online Course | NSPCC

    This is a child protection course for anyone in Scotland who works with children and young people.

  • Safer Recruitment in Education

    Online Course | NSPCC

    This is an online safeguarding course for schools; academies and colleges to help them better protect children while recruiting staff and volunteers to roles.

  • Child Protection in Schools

    Online Course | NSPCC

    This is an introductory course for anyone who works with children or young people in schools; academies or colleges.

  • Child Protection in Sport

    Online Course | NSPCC

    This is an online introductory safeguarding course for anyone who has infrequent contact with children in a sports organisation.

  • Keeping Children Safe Online

    Online Course | NSPCC

    An online introductory safeguarding course about how children use the internet and how professionals can keep them safe from abuse.

  • The Brain Story

    Online Course | NSPCC

    The Brain Story. Lifelong health is determined by more than just our genes: experiences at sensitive periods of development change the brain in ways that increase or decrease risk for later physical and mental illness; including addiction. The Brain Story; which puts scientific concepts into a narrative that is salient to both expert and non-expert audiences. The Brain Story synthesizes decades of research and reflects a body of knowledge which experts agree is useful for policy-makers and citizens to understand. This free online course; developed by The Alberta Family Wellness Initiative (AFWI); makes Brain Story science available to professionals and the public. The NSPCC is working with AFWI to promote the training in the UK.

  • The Brain Story

    Online Course | NSPCC

    Lifelong health is determined by more than just our genes: experiences at sensitive periods of development change the brain in ways that increase or decrease risk for later physical and mental illness; including addiction. The Brain Story; which puts scientific concepts into a narrative that is salient to both expert and non-expert audiences. The Brain Story synthesizes decades of research and reflects a body of knowledge which experts agree is useful for policy-makers and citizens to understand. This free online course; developed by The Alberta Family Wellness Initiative (AFWI); makes Brain Story science available to professionals and the public. The NSPCC is working with AFWI to promote the training in the UK.