All families are different, and all children are different. It is vital that your staff work together to recognise and celebrate these differences. They also need to feel confident giving support to those that may be more vulnerable. This course looks at emotional wellbeing during the settling in process and gives ideas for creating a calm and enabling environment.
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Professionals can feel anxious about discussing the topic of sexual behaviour in children and young people. This course will help to increase your confidence in distinguishing between healthy and harmful sexual behaviour. It gives an overview of how to respond to demonstrations of harmful sexual behaviour in children and young people, and shows that a whole school or college approach encourages healthy relationships and helps to prevent harmful sexual behaviour. The course is written in partnership with Brook, a leading charity in providing wellbeing and sexual health support to professionals and young people, and includes a link to the Brook Sexual Behaviours Traffic Light Tool.
Bullying does not only affect children and young people; it can also be a very real concern in the workplace. The aim of this course is to raise awareness of the issue by including scenarios to show the impact of bullying and harassment on individuals and organisations. It gives practical suggestions for creating a friendly and inclusive workplace where bullying and harassment are not tolerated.
All children and young people have a right to education, regardless of any special educational needs or disability (SEND) or additional support needs (ASN). This course will help you to understand your legal obligations regarding the health and safety of those with SEND and ASN.
A two-course bundle designed for early years practitioners with an interest in marketing their setting. Owners and managers of early years settings, and anyone with responsibility for marketing. The course included in this bundle are Marketing your Early Years Service and Social Media Marketing for Early Years Settings.
This set of nine CACHE and CPD approved online training courses is recommended especially for safeguarding and inclusion leads in early years settings. All have been written by experts at the Early Years Alliance.
Why is it important to know about digital resilience? Children and young people’s use of the internet has undergone rapid expansion with growing use of social media and increased use of mobile technologies. Smartphone and tablet ownership has risen sharply and young people have greater autonomy than ever before to explore their own online world, bringing both opportunities and risks.
Ofsted carries out regular inspections to evaluate the quality and standards of early years provision. This course covers the key inspection principles and the main judgments that inspectors make. It gives information and guidance about how to sustain or improve on your current inspection grade. Managing your Early Years Inspection is written by experts at the Early Years Alliance.
Staff wellbeing is of critical importance to schools, and whether you want to focus on your own wellbeing or are looking out for your colleagues, you will find information, guidance and support in this course. It considers the meaning of wellbeing, its impact on individuals and the workplace, common mental health issues and the causes of work-related stress. The course also explores what positive staff wellbeing means in practice, and how you can help to create it for yourself and your school.
Staff working in health and social care can sometimes experience conflict situations involving patients, relatives or members of the public. This course will help you to feel well-equipped to resolve and prevent conflict, and offers practical suggestions to reduce your exposure to the risk of physical violence.
This infographic shows the scale of recent abuse claims that have beset football and how clubs have reacted to the ongoing investigations.
We have written a guide which contains further advice and guidance for people who are volunteering in a school environment.
An interview with our customer, Michael Clack, Regional Head of Schools, Orbital Education.
Back to school preparations will take on a whole new meaning this year. Coronavirus, BLM, and the 2020 update to KCSIE will affect what topics are chosen for Inset days. Here are our recommendations.
During our recent webinar, a number of questions around good safeguarding practice were asked. Here are the answers from our safeguarding expert partner, Ann Marie Christian
A series of webinars with our expert partners covering key issues affecting schools during this difficult time
The DfE have published guidance to help schools safeguard children in these unprecedented times
What is the government's guidance for education and childcare settings that are remaining open to support vulnerable children and the children of critical workers?
The Mountain Training Association (MTA) is a membership organisation set up by Mountain Training to support people working towards their qualifications and develop people who already have them. Now well established with over 4,000 members it is the nationally recognised membership organisation for climbing, walking and mountain leaders in the UK and Ireland.
The National Governing Body’s staff, including the Home Nations and the Triathlon Trust, are committed to
The Independent Schools’ Bursars Association have produced two bespoke online training courses with us which are accessed by their members. The courses offer a comprehensive online introduction to the statutory safeguarding regulations for independent schools and their health and safety responsibilities.
All CDMT Recognised Schools and Teachers are entitled to discounts from a range of our Safeguarding and Duty of care e-Learning courses.
The Education Network is a leading education recruitment agency finding jobs for permanent and temporary education staff and teachers nationwide. The Education Network take safeguarding and duty of care seriously and offer selected EduCare courses to key schools they are working with.
The National Association of Independent Schools & Non-Maintained Special Schools (NASS) is a membership organisation working with and for special schools in the independent, voluntary and private sectors to improve opportunities and standards for special schools outside of Local Authority control. NASS is an endorser of EduCare’s safeguarding and duty of care courses.
Jonathan Taylor MSc is an author, Social Media & Online Safety Consultant, and former Covert Internet Investigator within the Metropolitan Police Child Abuse Investigation Command.
Childcare.co.uk is the UK’s largest childcare and tutors online social networking platform for parents, childcare providers and private tutors. EduCare has teamed up with Childcare.co.uk to provide their gold members with free access to a range of EduCare’s safeguarding and duty of care courses.
EduCare and BSME work together to offer high-quality, effective online safeguarding training and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to British International Schools.
BSME member schools are eligible for a 10% discount of EduCare for Education®.
Exclusive 10% discount for AAIESchools EduCare andAssociation for the Advancement of International Education(AAIE) work together to offer high-quality, effective online Safeguarding and Duty of Care training and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to International Schools. EduCare for Education®is EduCare's bestselling online learning service and consists of over 20 high quality courses that are written and endorsed by recognised experts. Safer Recruitment for International Schools and ...
About us EduCare is the UK’s leading provider of essential duty of care and safeguarding training. Our primary focus is on ‘duty of care’, helping to keep children, young people and adults safe from harm. With over 2,000 EduCare courses completed every day, we are the market leader in developing and delivering highly engaging online learning courses in partnership with leading experts. Our complete ...
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Exclusive 10% discount for AISA Schools EduCare and Association of International Schools in Africa (AISA) work together to offer high-quality, effective online Safeguarding and Duty of Care training and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) to International Schools. EduCare for Education®is EduCare's bestselling online learning service and consists of over 20 high quality courses that are written and endorsed by recognised experts. Safer Recruitment for International ...
Are you inspection ready? Training is key to delivering care that meets the standards set out by the CQC. Request a quote In a recent article ‘Top tips on preparing for a Care Quality Commission inspection’, a CQC deputy chief inspector of adult social care advised of being “inspection-ready” at all times and commented: “If was a manager in a care home, I’d be ...
Free webinar series: Ask the experts To support schools during the Coronavirus crisis, we are offering a series of free webinars addressing the issues affecting schools at this time.Our expert partners will deliver a short presentation about the key issues and will be available to take your questions and share the good practice you are following to keep children and young people safe. Please ...
Bespoke e-Learning courses Your training the way you want it Creating a fully-fledged training course can be a difficult, expensive,and a time-consuming task. Thankfully, we provide a bespoke e-learning course creation service to help you train your staff quickly, easily and cost effectively. We work with hundreds of clients, creating a range of bespoke e-learning courses to help them streamline their individual staff training ...
Careers at EduCare Want to work in a dynamic small business, where what you do makes a difference and helps children, young people and adults stay safe from harm? EduCare is the market leader in creating and delivering high-quality and engaging online safeguarding and duty of care training courses. Our purpose is to empower our customers to act and support people in their care. ...
We are very proud of the quality of our courses and work with a wide range of subject experts who play a key role in contributing to, reviewing and endorsing our training. This ensures our courses are always accurate, up-to-date and of the highest quality. We also work with a number of key membership organisations who offer discounts to their members.