The Home Office: Using e-learning to combat FGM
The Home Office identified that effective, multiagency training for safeguarding professionals would help improve the support and protection provided to women and girls. Most importantly, the course needed to reinforce the necessity of a multi-agency approach and give learners clear actions.
The Greenwood Academies Trust
With so many different academies catering for thousands of pupils spread across diverse local authorities, The Greenwood Academies Trust (GAT) wanted to ensure they could achieve consistency and quality in our safeguarding training provision throughout all of our academies
Somerset SCB Case Study
The Somerset Safeguarding Children Board (SSCB) is the statutory, multi-agency partnership with responsibility for coordinating, monitoring and challenging all activity relating to safeguarding children and young people living in Somerset.
Yorkshire & Humber Academic Health Science Network Case Study
Evidence shows that people with serious mental illness (SMI) die up to twenty years younger than the average population. To provide added impetus to the use and roll out of the template Virtual College created a 30 minute online learning course hosted within its cloud-based learning management system, Enable.
The Children's Society Case Study
The Children’s Society is a national charity providing an extensive network of frontline services, delivered by its own staff and supported by an army of volunteers. Online learning from Virtual College provides them with a cost effective and flexible training solution.
Wirral SCB Case Study
In order to fulfil its duties under the ‘Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015’ statutory guidance, the WSCB undertakes two major audits: the Section 175 audit specifically for schools and colleges and the Section 11 audit for partner agencies. Both audits aim to test the effectiveness of safeguarding provision.
South Tyneside SCB Case Study
The South Tyneside Safeguarding Children Board (STSCB) has worked with Virtual College from its formation, recognising the important role training plays within safeguarding and the potential opportunities to use online learning as part of the training solution.
Lincolnshire SCB Case Study
Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) is a multi-agency board made up of representatives from many local agencies. Ensuring staff from these different agencies get appropriate safeguarding training is a huge challenge.
Awareness of Child Abuse and Neglect (ACAN) Case Study
Virtual College’s online ‘Awareness of Child Abuse and Neglect’ course was launched in 2006 to help give large numbers of professionals easy access to appropriate training. It has now been accessed by over half a million learners.