To use this e-learning system, you will first need to log in or create a user account and once you have done this, you will be able to access courses, manage your training history and download your certificates.

Please note: individuals must create their own account. There is no facility for one person to create an account in their name and book numerous members of staff on separate courses.

eLearning Courses

Advanced- Child Death Overview Panel and Child Death Reporting - 8416

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This eLearning provides an overview of the Child Death Overview Panel and child death reporting. It should be undertaken by managers who are involved in the child death process....

An Introduction to Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews - 9058

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An Introduction to Child Safeguarding Practice Reviews is for all professionals who may be involved in a Child Safeguarding Practice Review, as a practitioner involved with the family, someone who has been asked to produce a report/ chronology on behalf of their organisation, be a panel member on a ...

An introduction to safeguarding for people who visit homes (non safeguarding professionals) - 8392

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This e-learning is designed for any person who visits someone’s home to carry out their job, this could be maintenance worker, a Local Council Officer, a Social Housing employee....

An Introduction to the Community Partnership Information (CPI) Form - 8969

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The CPI Form is a way of safely telling Police about information that is pertinent to your role, patients, clients that is not a crime but you feel police ought to know about it. The form is available for use by all trusted partners who have completed an input either online or by attending a session...

ICON- Abusive Head Trauma Prevention Programme - 8173

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ICON is a programme of intervention to prevent abusive head trauma in baby's, based around coping with crying. The programme requires the same messages being shared with parents and carers at different stages by different professionals. This eLearning will support professionals understanding of the ...

Introduction to Hampshire Safeguarding Children Partnership - 8972

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Who should undertake the course? Partnership professionals from health, education, social care and third sectors organisations who interact with children living in Hampshire, particularly those who are new to an organisation to support induction activity...

Introduction to Safeguarding Supervision - 8487

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Hampshire Safeguarding Children Partnership’s introduction to Safeguarding Supervision eLearning module provides practitioners, who are both front line and managerial with information, tools and techniques to ensure that safeguarding supervisory practice is reflective, constructive and holds servi...

Keeping Our Children Safe from Button Batteries - 8441

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This eLearning course provides information and advice about keeping children safe from button batteries....

Managing Allegations and Working with the LADO - 8391

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This course introduces the role of the LADO and how to manage and deal with allegations. The course is suitable for staff of non-statutory employers, particularly those with responsibilities in responding to and managing allegations....

Private Fostering - 8410

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This course has been developed to support professionals in their understanding of private fostering and define professional and the public's responsibility towards children who are privately fostered....

Professional Challenge and Escalation - 8691

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This eLearning provides an introduction to the principles and process outlined in the Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and Southampton (HIPS) Joint Working Protocol for the Professional Challenge and Resolution of Professional Disagreement. The course should be undertaken by all staff in statuto...

Record Keeping - 8694

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This is a generic e-learning course on record keeping and inter-agency information sharing for people who have contact with children in either a work or voluntary capacity. The eLearning should be undertaken by anyone who has to complete records in relation to their contact with children and familie...

The Unborn/Newborn Baby Protocol- for CSD and Health professionals - 8446

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This eLearning course has been developed for CSD and Health professionals working with expectant parents and their partners....

Unidentified Adults - 8381

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The term ‘Unidentified Adults’ refers to an adult who agencies are not aware of, or not engaging with, who may be providing care for a child(ren) or providing support to a family. They could be living within a household where children live or with someone who has regular contact with children. ...