The Centre for Child Protection

High Quality Child Protection Training, study & research

The International Centre for Child Protection was launched in October 2012 and from the beginning has aimed to get to the heart of child protection training by using innovative ideas and the latest technology. It combines contemporary research with an online multi-professional distance-learning advanced MA, standalone modules, and cutting edge child protection simulations. Browse our website for more details and please contact us for further information.


In a recent trial of the product in an FE setting, 27 out of 39 young people said the simulation had increased their knowledge of radicalisation and would alter their online behaviour.
FE Student


'I think it works really well as a trainer/discussion tool… I just think it is very useful, easy to enter the world of the child… It will work well as a tool for both discussion and training for staff… Overall, I was impressed with the material, concept and presentation. It is an excellent tool that will benefit my staff.'
myCourtroom delegate


'The over-riding learning point for me during this activity was the ability to be able to reflect during the visit and stop and pause…..I never have the opportunity to do within practice when on a home visit. I thought Andrew’s use of empathy was really powerful when the family were becoming hostile… which you don’t get to do to that extent in practice or while doing a role play.'
Step up to Social Work Student


'The programme is creative and social media based which works well with our client group, and can be worked through at varied paces. “Looking out for Lottie” has provided a great platform for raising CSE awareness in an innovative way.


'..We had Ofsted in …last week.  Zak was observed in a 6th form lesson and Ofsted gave feedback that they thought the lesson content was excellent.'
Kent school teacher


'Inter-professional learning of this quality on child protection is long overdue.'











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Last Updated: 12/07/2017