EduCare for Education is an annual training subscription comprising a range of safeguarding and duty of care programmes. It’s designed as a cost-effective solution to providing every member of staff in your school, college or nursery with training in all the key areas Ofsted inspectors and the law require. Subscriptions start at only £300 per year with unlimited access for all.
EduCare for Sport is an online annual subscription designed to train your staff, volunteers, members or coaches across a range of safeguarding and duty of care topics. We have two different subscription options: one tailored for leisure organisations; and the other for sports clubs or wider governing bodies.
EduCare for Health is an online learning service that will help to ensure your setting is always up-to-date on essential areas of your safeguarding and duty of care. The subscription is made up of a range of programmes to cover topics of importance, from safeguarding children and adults at risk and infection control, through to data protection and health and safety. We offer three subscription options, depending on whether you work with children or adults, or both.
EduCare Grassroots provides small charities and community groups with unlimited access to the necessary safeguarding training for an annual fee of only £10. The service replaces the offering through Safe Network and charities can choose the Child Protection or Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults programmes, or both.
Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014
The London Grid for Learning (LGfL) has recently published the results of the London e-safety survey on 17,000 children. The survey was triggered by the blatant and highly significant change in the way children and young people access and consume online media in comparison to earlier studies of the same age groups.The main conclusions of the... Read more »
Monday, Jul 21st 2014
Tonight, the 20th Commonwealth Games will bring together thousands of athletes (4,900 to be precise), spectators and volunteers for an incredible fortnight of sport and festivities in Glasgow. There will be 71 participating nations, making it the largest Games to date – from England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (as four separate teams), to Swaziland,... Read more »