• Price: £35

  • Length of course: 4 - 4.5 hours

  • Online Course

Course Information

For safeguarding to be effective in practice, everyone in your arts , culture or heritage organisation should be aware of the categories and indicators of abuse as well as the process for reporting concerns. By taking this concise online course , you will leave with an understanding of the safeguarding principles of working with children under the age of 18.

This course has been designed to help you keep the children you work with safe, including knowing when and how to share with consent, and how to spot and report any concerns of abuse.

You will receive a certificate once you have completed this course. 

For advice and information, please contact the Professional Development team via training@artswork.org.uk

*Read our course terms and conditions here.

Introduction to Child Protection & Safeguarding

In this course you will:

  • Explore the background to safeguarding

  • Learn about the different categories of abuse

  • Learn how to identify concerns in the context of the work that you do

  • Develop confidence in how to apply safeguarding practice within your role

Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone interested in Safeguarding or who works with children as part of their own professional and personal development 

Course Cost

Standard Price

Take control of your learning experience

  • Learn at your own pace

    Courses are split into sections which means you can learn over a period of weeks, but you can complete the course as quickly or as slowly as you like

  • Join the discussion

    Share your ideas and join the conversation with your peers by using the discussion tabs and connect with a national network of users

  • Map your progress

    As you go through the course make sure to 'mark as complete' and see your progress, giving you complete control