A child protection training course specifically designed for anyone who comes into contact with children. It covers legislation and guidance, the different types of child abuse and your responsibilities with regard to reporting concerns. It is written by school inspectors and fulfills the required safeguarding knowledge and understanding as specified by Ofsted and CQC.

This training sets out best practice and should be used to develop and embed a safer recruitment process for all organisations to ensure that people who are employed to work with children and young people are safe to do so. This guidance supports the principles and recommendations set out in Choosing with Care (Warner 1992), and the Bichard Inquiry (2004) and the DFES guidance, Safeguarding children and safer recruitment in education.

Who is this for? This is for anyone responsible or involved in a recruitment process at any time where the vacancy is for an employee or volunteers to work with children and/or young people. It is aimed at all establishments no matter how big your organisation is OR how well established your recruitment processes are.

Leaders at all levels in schools are becoming responsible for dealing with issues surrounding staff performance and supporting each other. They will need to deal with it quickly, easily and effectively. This course aims to aid you or your department to manage stress and improving your phase, faculty or departmental support and practice towards staff surrounding you and staff who are experiencing stress.

This course is designed to help you and your subject area or phase, move towards a more collective, coherent approach to the challenge of raising classroom performance. There are four parts to the course. Each part focuses on a key area of raising classroom performance. These are as follows: Developing a common teaching philosophy, Collective approaches to schemes of work, Peer observation and Running effective meetings.

Ready for some straight talk about the behaviour in your school?

This course will aid you and your team to mange behavior and improve the departmental policy and practice towards poor behavior. Success in managing classroom behaviour is not a matter of finding the magic button and it is not a matter of climbing Mount Everest. It's straightforward process of following step-by-step procedures that other teachers have tested. 

A child protection training course specifically designed for anyone who comes into contact with children. It covers legislation and guidance, the different types of child abuse and your responsibilities with regard to reporting concerns. It is written by school inspectors and fulfills the required safeguarding knowledge and understanding as specified by Ofsted and CQC.

An online E-safety training course specifically designed for teachers, schools and the education sector. This course was created by Inspectors and will assist schools to fulfil Ofsted's requirement for all staff to receive at least annual  E-safety training. The course gives an introduction to E-safety and raises your awareness of:

  • The different types of technology

  • The risks to children

  • The importance of educating and empowering children

  • The risk to you

  • How to deal with e-Safety incidents 

On this course, you will be guided through the promotion and teaching of fundamental British values and their link to spiritual, moral, social and cultural development (SMSC) in schools. Additionally, you will be encouraged to identify a range of strategies and practices that you are adopting or could adopt in the future to support the promotion of British values in your own school.

Course Duration: 2-3 hours

This course raises the awareness and outcomes of a group of school learners that are may be overlooked. The lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) young learners progress and attainment is often not tracked as well as other groups. This course will provide a clearer understand why this group has just as much significance as other groups.