Training on child safeguarding

We deliver child safeguarding training in partnership with Northamptonshire Safeguarding Children's Board (NSCB) and Barnado's.

Courses available from Barnado's

Courses include:

  • the early help pathway
  • the Early Help Assessment (EHA)
  • Thresholds and Pathways
  • the voice of the child

How do I book?

Search for courses and book training via Barnado's Training and Consultancy:

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Safeguarding e-learning courses

If you are unable to attend face to face training, the Northamptonshire Safeguarding Children's Board (NSCB) E-Academy offers more than 50 e-learning courses. You can sign up for refresher courses or specific subject areas like child sexual exploitation or female genital mutilation.

Sign up for e-learning

Domestic abuse training

Basic Awareness of Domestic Abuse including the impact of children - eLearning module

Making Children Safer (MCS) training

LGSS run half day Making Children Safer (MCS) courses to help increase awareness and understanding of the characteristics of a good early help offer and the role of all organisations in this offer.

Book MCS training

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