Which level of Child Protection Training do I need to complete first?
Answer: Hi there, thanks for your question. Our level 1,2 and 3 courses do build on each other so you would need to complete level 1 first and then move on to level 2 and then 3. You do not need to wait between courses so you could complete all three in quick succession. Check our child protection course dates for up to date information.
Courses are held in London (Woodford Green) but if you can't get the time off work, or do not live nearby, you might like to consider doing online training with us. Have a look at the links on this site for the levels 1 and 2 online training courses.
With online training, you will still need to do level 1 first and then level 2.
Royal Ballet School 'The trainer was brilliant, I learnt everything I needed to know. I found the day interesting, informative, and very enjoyable. The course surpassed my expectations, I learnt to be more aware and thorough, and to know my responsibilities. The course was definitely value for money.'
'The trainer was excellent, great communication, knowledge, and explained every detail. The sessions included a lot of useful explanations of issues and topics. The course very much met my expectations, very much value for money.'
Braeside School 'The trainer was excellent and I learnt good practical advice on how to proceed. The sessions were very useful and this Child Protection course will enable me to take up my role in September. The course was value for money.'
BBC 'The sessions were very good. The trainer was informative and there was a strong interaction with the students. The venue, refreshments and food were very good and the course was value for money.'
London Independent Hospital 'The course more than met my expectations, to gain more understanding of the whole realm of child protection. I learnt loads. The sessions were very useful, the trainer was really good and I loved the interaction'
Glenarm College 'The trainer was excellent, I can't wait to do level 2. All the sessions were useful and I learnt more about Child Protection issues and how to deal with them. The course was value for money.'
Government Office for London 'A very useful and interesting course. I learnt how to say no assertively. The trainer was very interesting and patient.' 'I gained advice on being more assertive in work and home life with suggestions on how to be more confident. The trainer and sessions were very good. A very useful training event.'
Pavilion Nursery 'Excellent Trainer. I really did get a lot out of this.'
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