21 October 2014
Welcome

Welcome to the Safeguarding Children e-Academy (www.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk) and the Cumbria Local Safeguarding Children’s Board (cumbrialscb.com) e-learning self registration suite.
Please note you will be required to provide your complete work address and e-mail address to 'register'.

The suite includes the following modules:

You will only be allowed to complete one of the safeguarding courses, so please read the directions below.
  • Safeguarding E-learning, Core Version
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    This course is suitable for everyone within the children's workforce who work directly with children and young people for members and carers (frontline practitioners and foster carers) and those who are responsible for them as part of their jobs (councillors, leaders and managers). It should be completed every three years.

  • Safeguarding E-learning, Foundation Version
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    This course is suitable for staff within the children's workforce who support frontline practitioners that have contact with children, young people their families or carers. Examples of staff that should complete this course include reception staff, customer advisors, business support, grounds and maintance staff etc. It should be completed every three years.

  • Safeguarding E-learning, Young People Version

    This course is suitable for everyone who works regularly with children and their families/carers and is particularly focused on those who work with young people who are aged 11-18. It should be completed every three years.

  • Safeguarding E-learning, Police Version (police staff only)
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    This course is suitable for the police workforce. It should be completed every three years.

  • Risk taking behaviour and young people
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    This e-learning course is aimed at anyone working with young people and/or their families. This e-learning course is about teenage pregnancy, drug and alcohol use and wellbeing in sexual health, as relevant to the teenage population in Cumbria.