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Online Safeguarding Level One Training

Kingston and Richmond Local Safeguarding Children Board ELearning

Our online training is hosted via the Me Learning platform, please see online training opportunities that are provided fully funded by the LSCB, please follow the link below to access the training modules, please note that you will be required to create a user account to access this learning, validation of requests will be completed within working hours Monday - Friday (09:00-17:00): 

 Self Registration Online Learning Me Learning Platform

LSCB Safeguarding Children: Basic Awareness (Level 1)

LSCB Child Sexual Exploitation (Level 2)

LSCB Gangs and Youth Violence

Domestic Abuse

Self Harm

 

External eLearning Courses

Please feel free to access the eLearning modules on offer. These sessions are all external learning opportunities, the LSCB have no responsibility for the administration of these platforms, please make direct contact with the host agency should you encounter any difficulties.

Please note users must be made aware in advance of embarking on the training that their completions of the package is being recorded and monitored by a member of your organisation, company, and institution.

 
1. Home Office Preventing Radicalisation
2. Home Office - Channel Process
3. Extreme Dialogue Training

Extreme Dialogue is a unique set of short films and education resources, featuring the personal stories of Canadians and Europeans impacted by violent extremism, that aims to help young people develop essential critical thinking skills in the face of the threat from violent extremist propaganda and recruitment.

The UK films tell the personal stories of two Britons profoundly affected by violent extremism; Adam Deen, a former member of the now-banned Islamist extremist organisation, al-Muhajiroun, and Billy McCurrie, whose father was killed by the Irish Republican Army (IRA) and who later joined the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF).

The education resources are available via the project’s website
extreme dialogue and provide tools for teachers, youth and community workers, helping them to open up vital discussions with young people.

4. Recognising and Preventing Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
5. PACE - Protecting Children from Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
6. Awareness of Forced Marriage
7. In Your Hands Safeguarding Child Victims of Trafficking
8. Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre (CEOP) - Click on the links below to navigate to the relevant
    online training provided by CEOP
9. Mental Health eLearning for Professionals

10. Evolve - Click on the link below to access Private Fostering e-Learning

11. Seen and Heard Campaign - supporting health professionals to better spot the signs of child sexual
       abuse and exploitation.

 12. The Centre for Child Protection, University of Kent -  Child Protection Simulations, 'Rosie 1'  a prototype               game that is free to use.                 

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