We have taken a selection of our successful facilitated training sessions to a virtual platform. Integrating with Zoom, the leading video learning platform, we offer an easy, secure and reliable learning environment that delivers high-quality training wherever you are.  Sessions are delivered to groups of up to ten participants using many of the same variety of input styles and activities that would be used in a traditional face-to-face environment.

This enables us to use popular and effective aspects of training delivery, such as open dialogue, questions, debate and discussions, with the added benefit of both time and cost saving with no need to travel. Learners can sign up for an event without needing to open a Zoom account,  all the information will be sent on how to join the event in plenty of time. Participants will receive relevant course materials to use during the course and a certificate of attendance upon completion.

During the current uncertain situation, we have reluctantly decided not to offer any further face to face courses.

We are all having to make difficult decisions about travelling and attending events and it seems wise to avoid any unnecessary risk. We will, of course, be organising facilitated courses again when the current crisis is resolved and we look forward to seeing you when everything is back to normal.

Our online courses are all available to order now

To assist our customers through the coronavirus crisis we are offering a 20% discount on all online courses until the end of June 2020.

No special codes necessary, we have already applied the  discount to our online course store pages.

Buy now and learners have 12 months to complete the course.

Faciltated and Virtual Courses coming soon - click the title for a course overview and links
Domestic Abuse and the Impact on Children and Young People - 23rd June 2020
Safer Recruitment - Refresher - 30th June 2020
Designated Safeguarding Lead - Refresher - 10th July 2020
Safer Recruitment - 15th & 16th July 2020
Safeguarding for Governors - 22nd July 2020
Domestic Abuse and the Impact on Children and Young People - 24th September