PLEASE BE AWARE: This E-Learning is currently in the process of being updated, some areas of the E-Learning are out of date, specifically in terms of links and legislation but the general messages are still relevant.
PLEASE BE AWARE: This E-Learning is currently in the process of being updated, some areas of the E-Learning are out of date, specifically in terms of links and legislation but the general messages are still relevant. The E-Learning is due to be updated in January 2019 following overall updates to the learning platform.
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Please find resources for Educate Against Hate below for your use:
Please note: The Surrey Skills Academy website is run and administered by the Surrey Skills Academy team within the Learning and Development Training Team, they can be contacted on the info below with any queries in regards to the website itself. These details are also on the website.
PLEASE BE AWARE: This E-Learning is currently in the process of being updated, some areas of the E-Learning are out of date specifically in terms of links and legislation but the general messages are still relevant.
Telephone: 02085 417 213
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Seen and Heard video based e-learning session to help you build your awareness to make sure young people who have been abused are seen and heard (this package has been developed for health professionals however has many key messages for all professionals). You will need to create a free account in order to access this package.
Disability Matters: E-learning to Inform and Inspire. A range of e-learning tools from understanding disability to behaviour and disability.
MindEd E-Learning: A range of e-learning tools relevant to mental health and adolescents.
Online Safety E-Learning
‘Education for a connected world’ framework aimed at educators which describes the digital knowledge and skills that children and young people should have the opportunity to develop at different ages and stages of their lives. This framework was published by the UKCCIS Education Working Group. Please also see the link below to the press release for the ‘Online Safety Initiatives’ that the government are planning on.
Safer Internet website: where practitioners can find e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.
Protect Children Against Online Bullying: where practitioners can download online resources which you can use with children and young people in your care to help protect themselves and others online.
Sexually Harmful Behaviour: where practitioners can find a Sexually Harmful Behaviour Research Briefing document available for download.
Please note: although we sign post to E-Learning on the site we do not own the Surrey Skills Academy website, please see their contact details below for your use.
Telephone: 0208 541 7213
NSPCC Learning and Resources
NSPCC Learning launched
The NSPCC has launched NSPCC Learning, a new website with the latest child protection and safeguarding news, information and training. The new website brings together information and resources for professionals working in safeguarding and child protection in one central point including: the latest research, child protection statistics, leaflets, practical guidance, briefings and evaluations; and information on key topics including resources to keep children safe in schools and colleges.
Source: Introducing NSPCC Learning Date: 04 September 2018
Further information: NSPCC Learning
Managing sexualised behaviour in secondary schools: new online course
This new online course, available from the NSPCC, is for anyone working in secondary schools in the UK. The course will help you gain the skills to assess and manage incidents of sexualised behaviour within your school. An online course for primary schools is also available.
Source: NSPCC: Managing sexualised behaviour in schools
Read more on NSPCC Learning: Protecting children from online abuse
Talking to your Children about Emotional Resilience and Self Harm E-Learning – Link to E-Learning on the Virtual College website for parents, aims to provide essential information that empowers and equips parents to better communicate with their children on the issue of self harm.
Gangs and Trafficking
Behind The Behaviour: Identifying the criminal exploitation of migrant children https://www.ecpat.org.uk/news/behind-the-behaviour
The Secret Gardeners: the trafficking of children from Vietnam – https://www.ecpat.org.uk/the-secret-gardeners
Free webinars on best practice in speaking to trafficked children / age assessment law: https://www.ecpat.org.uk/tools-for-practitioners
County Lines – YouTube video links below:
Introduction to Serious and Organised Crime for professionals who work with young people
Abuse linked to faith
Branded a Witch:
Advice for professionals who work with children accused of witchcraft: