Child Protection Training and Elearning

Child Protection Training and Elearning


The Bradford Safeguarding Children Board provides a range of training courses both face to face and via e-learning to meet the needs of professionals working with children and young people in Bradford.

For their latest course schedule please click on the Bradford BSCB Logo below:

Face to face Safeguarding Training

There are currently two independent trainers that schools can commission to deliver safeguarding training in their school. The contacts are listed below for you. Please contact them to confirm availability and cost.

Jenni Whitehead – E-mail

Christine Gould – E-mail or telephone 07833 523626/01709 566651

Named Person and Named Person Refresher training

Please contact the School Governance and Workforce Development email to enquire about dates and to book a place on new named person and refresher training.

A named person can also refresh their learning by booking onto a multi-agency course offered by the Bradford Safeguarding Children board i.e. Safeguarding Children – A Shared Responsibility. Please see their website for further details of courses offered -

The BSCB provides online training  Awareness of Child Abuse and Neglect (for staff who work directly with children) or an Introduction to Safeguarding Children (for ancillary staff )which is available to all staff from Bradford schools free of charge. To sign up on an individual basis for "E Learning" go to

Alternatively if a large number of staff require an "E Learning" log in contact: with your request.The school will be asked to complete a spreadsheet with all the required details of staff who wish to access the E Learning. It is important to allow up to two weeks for the administration process to take place.

Online Training Safer Recruitment in Education

Online training for Safer Recruitment in Education provided by the NSPCC is available to buy.

Details of the training available can be found here


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