Date & Time:
Friday 10th July

3 hours

£30 per person

Option of invoice OR Paypal

Course Outline:
  • Practical considerations for professionals newly engaging in virtual working
  • Signs and indicators to be mindful of, in this new environment in relation to potential abuse
  • Policy and procedure advice for settings to reflect on
  • Recording, referrals and support mechanisms while working virtually
  • Promotion of well-being in both service users and staff
Date & Time:
Friday 17th July

3 hours

£50 per person

Payment Options:
Option of invoice OR Paypal

Course Outline:

Statutory training meeting the requirement of the ‘robust 3-yearly training’ for whole staff communities. 

This course is essential for all staff working within provisions whose role includes contact/services provision for children and families. Exploring Duty of Care in line with Local Safeguarding Children Partnership (formally LSCB) procedures, this training promotes:

  • Understanding of national guidance and procedures
  • Recognising the four categories of abuse.
  • Listening to children
  • Awareness raising of key challenges including Online Safety, radicalisation, Criminal Exploitation (including County Lines and Child Sexual Exploitation) and HBV (Honour- Based Violence including FGM, Female Genital Mutilation).
Date & Time:
Session 1: Friday 11th September 2020 – 9.30-12.30pm
Session 2: Friday 18th September 2020 – 9.30-12.30pm
(MUST attend both sessions)

2 x 3 hour sessions

£100 per person

Payment Options:
Option of invoice OR Paypal

Course Outline - Education:

Statutory requirement for education professionals meeting ‘robust 2-yearly training’ for those with a lead or designated professional role for safeguarding in schools. Having completed basic safeguarding training, this course equips professionals to perform their senior safeguarding function in schools.

Course content includes:

  • Latest legislation and procedures – reflecting the Education Acts and Keeping Children Safe in Education (September 2020)
  • Policy development
  • Awareness of multi-agency working
  • Information sharing
  • The referral processes
  • Thresholds or risk analysis within the content of children and young people
  • Management of safeguarding with staff and within schools – including the response to sexual violence and sexual harassment
  • Challenging topics are also explored from a management level

ECP will send you an email with the relevant links to each session to be shared with participants. Participants will then be able to register themselves for their session.

You can view our joining instructions below:

Participants will have access to their allocated session, for a set time period, where they can access the content when they wish.

All courses have specific dates and times which participants must attend. Courses that are 6 hours in duration will be delivered in 2 x 3-hour sessions.
Questions can be submitted during the recorded webinar. All questions will then be collated and a written response created at the end of the webinar period. This will be made available to you the following week.

Live sessions have interactive elements which include voting in polls, audio interaction, raising hands and opportunities for Q & A.
Yes - The sessions are closed sessions. Participants will be informed when registering whether or not webcam and microphone access is required for their specific course. The data collated from participants is their first name, surname, role title and email address – unless additional data is requested by the client. A disclaimer is provided, and data will be deleted once shared with you.
Attendee report - including engagement data.
Q & A report from recorded sessions - which will be sent to you the following week for you to cascade.
Feedback Report – a survey completed after the session.
Post course handouts – sent out to every attendee.


Please select from one of the two booking options below to book your place on our virtual courses.



If you would like more information, please do not hesitate to get in touch.