Issue based and short courses
The Churches’ Child Protection Advisory Service (CCPAS) is the only independent Christian charity providing professional advice, CRB checks, support, training and resources in all areas of safeguarding children and for those affected by abuse.
Our services are used not only by churches and groups across the denominational spectrum, but increasingly by other faiths as well as non-faith based organisations keen to utilise the resources and expertise we offer. We also give advice to Children’s Services Departments, Police and other agencies across the UK.
A week long course based at Cliff College focussed on volunteers working with children, or those wanting to explore children’s ministry.
from Cliff College
acet UK’s comprehensive Esteem relationships and sex education (RSE) training course equips participants to deliver relationships and sex education to young people and can be completed with or without accreditation. The course is 24 hours of teaching time: working online, we split this across 6 days.
This training is open to anyone with an interest in RSE: our network of trained educators work in a variety of fields. It equips educators to provide up-to-date RSE in line with the 2019 government guidance on relationships, sex and health education and the Children and Social Work Act 2017,
Working with the Open College Network, acet UK can provide trainees on the course with the opportunity to achieve a level 4 accreditation in ‘Teaching relationships and sex education’.
The standard £275 training fee includes each participant’s first-year membership of the Esteem network and specifically, for the online course, we will post you a package of physical RSE resources to use during the video training. Being a member of the network licenses you to access the core digital Esteem materials, including lesson plans, activities and other teaching resources.
from acet UK
particularly focusing on Responding to Challenging Behaviour, Young People and Spirituality, Mission, Working with At Risk Young People, Youth Work Development, Youth Work Resources
Hope UK’s ‘Young People, Drugs and the Role of the Youth Worker’ course helps youth workers incorporate drug and alcohol education into their work with young people. The course is a portfolio-based programme accredited with the Open College Network at level 3 and takes place over 2 days
from Hope UK