EduCare for Education annual training licence.


EduCare for Education is an annual training licence comprising 17 online safeguarding, duty of care and education law and guidance programmes. It’s designed as a cost-effective solution to providing every member of staff in your educational setting with essential training in all the key areas Ofsted and the law require. It’s priced on the number of pupils or children in your setting, and starts from only £320 per year with unlimited access for all. This licence cannot be purchased online, so please click Buy or enquire.


1. Pay a one-off annual fee (from £320), based on your number of pupils or children.

2. Get unlimited access to 17 online programmes for every member of staff, parents and students.

3. Ensure everyone is up-to-date on key duty of care issues, download their certificates, and attain 62 CPD hours per learner.

What is EduCare for Education? This simple video should help to explain the online learning service.

Written by leading experts to support current Department for Education guidance.

Verified for CPD – all 17 programmes provide a learner with 63 CPD hours.

Monitor learner progress with powerful management reports.

Add an unlimited number of learners at any time during the annual licence period.

Personalised, downloadable certificates upon successful completion of a programme.

Delivered online and can be accessed by anyone with internet access – at home or at work.


We’re already training over 16,000 pre-schools, schools and colleges in safeguarding and duty of care. Read what they had to say about EduCare for Education below.

The programmes are flexible, the topics covered are valuable and the management reporting is really useful. Ofsted are pleased with it and the cost is reasonable too. I’d definitely recommend EduCare for Education!

Al Noor School, Birmingham

I would recommend EduCare for Education to other colleges. It’s convenient, clear and easy to use.

Nichola Routledge – Weymouth College

I have recommended EduCare for Education to other schools in my area. The programmes are very authoritative – they contain some brilliant modules which really help in the day-to-day running of the school.

Duggie Speight – Headteacher, Carleton Endowed School

EduCare for Education meets the requirements of Ofsted in showing evidence of training and knowledge. I would definitely recommend it to other schools.

Sue Stuart – Doncaster School for the Deaf

We’ve made EduCare for Education a mandatory part of staff training. It enables us to meet some of our statutory obligations with regards to safeguarding children, health and safety, food hygiene and first aid. All of our staff feel the child protection and safeguarding programmes are an effective way of reinforcing their obligations to the children in their care. We’ve also made the programmes a mandatory element of staff inductions.

Philip Moere – Principal, Abbey College, Worcestershire

We purchased EduCare for Education to allow us to have control over our staff training from an educational and financial point. It has far exceeded our expectations in that all our staff have been able to complete child protection, health and safety and food hygiene training for a financial outlay that has suited our small school perfectly. We construct our school policies as a team during staff inset and knowing that everyone has completed the training has helped establish the fact that everyone can take ownership of our essential policies for the welfare, care and protection of our pupils. During our recent Ofsted inspection we were commended on our pastoral care and welfare of our pupils.

Johanna Staunton – Head Teacher, Laleham Lea School

We purchased EduCare for Education to enable us to train all our staff in one go, but at their own pace and in their own time. It’s very flexible and cost effective and the accredited courses are quality training. The online system has certainly met our expectations.

Penny Austin – Headteacher, Walthamstow Hall Junior School

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