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The Children’s Society goes online for mandatory training solution

Last year, The Children’s Society, worked with over 18,000 vulnerable children and young people who would otherwise have nowhere else to turn.

The Children’s Society employs more than 1200 staff and believes it is important all staff have an understanding of safeguarding. To meet this challenge they deliver training through a blended solution of face to face and online learning.

 
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Engaging with online learning – Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board

Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) is a statutory multi-agency board made up of representatives from the Local Authority, Police, Health Service, Probation and Rehabilitation companies, Youth Offending Service, the Voluntary Sector and others.

Lincolnshire is one of the UK’s largest counties with a wide rural area and needed a solution which could ensure all their staff are appropriately trained.

 
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Northamptonshire Safeguarding Children Board access online safeguarding training

‘Working together to ensure all children and young people grow up in a safe environment’ is the guiding principle of the Northamptonshire Safeguarding Children Board (NSCB).

Northamptonshire were challenged by the need to train a large workforce on a limited budget in a wide range of subjects over a variety of formats.

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The Manchester Safeguarding Children Board advances online learning engagement

The Manchester Safeguarding Children Board (MSCB) is a statutory organisation representing 30 partners including education, the police and health and social care.

MSCB were faced with the challenge of ensuring professionals working with children and young people were up to date with their safeguarding training.

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Wigan Council adopts e-learning in order to provide training to the early years sector

Wigan council is one of ten authorities in Greater Manchester who have come together to form the Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA). AGMA wanted to make training accessible to over 70,000 council staff and the external private voluntary and independent sector.

Wigan need a solution which allowed them to provide cost effective mandatory and non-mandatory CPD accredited training to individuals.

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