Learning zone

While procedures and guidance are very important, they cannot in themselves protect children.

A competent, skilled and confident workforce together with vigilant members of the public can.

If your work brings you or your staff into touch with children and families, it’s very important that you have the skills and knowledge you need to protect them.

In addition to identifying your training and development needs and receiving the right training, keep in touch with other opportunities to learn, for example, from the outcome of significant case reviews or national research.