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.Our latest training sessions are available on our Training and events page.

 

'I found this course fantastic. The content is varied and truly multi-disciplinary which, when allied with the diversity of students, means you get a truly expansive and refreshing perspective on all aspects of Child Protection... As a lawyer it has given me a much deeper insight into the everyday practice of child protection by other professions and allowed me to better understand the complexities of practice for front-line child protection professionals '
Barrister (2019)

 

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

 

'Overall I would say that Zak is an excellent and innovative contribution to the field of building resilience to extremism' Child Abuse Review (2019)

 

'[Lottie is an] engaging and informative resource that I can use with parents and staff. Really valuable and eye opening'
Headteacher May 2019

 

[BCD is]' one of the most useful and professional resources I have come across. Interactive which students will appreciate'
Assistant Head May 2019

 

'The course has improved my understanding of and empathy with the social worker profession …. It has bolstered my theoretical and research knowledge, introduced me to authors – and people – who I often quote in my work, and who inform my assessments.'
Social Care Team Manager


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

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Last Updated: 22/07/2019