- You are only able to access this training if you have already set up a Virtual College account
- To login click link
Please complete your courses and download certificates by 26th March – you will no longer be able to access Virtual College after 26th March.
The following training is provide through different training sources (not through Virtual College):
Wakefield Relationship Matters / Reducing Parental Conflict online training link
This course is to be booked via our website, please click on the blue link and follow the booking instructions. Once you have booked, please wait up to 7 days for login details to be sent to you from the training company Knowledgepool.
The Reducing Parental Conflict Programme (known locally as Wakefield Relationship Matters) has been designed to provide practitioners and their managers with the skills in supporting parents/carers to reduce conflict within their relationship, whether they are together or separated. Research has found that children exposed to parental conflict experience a decline in their mental health and long-term outcomes. There are four modules to work through in the e learning programme. Suitable for a range of front line practitioners working within both adult and children services in a variety of roles across the reach of local authorities and all partner organisations, including health, school, police, housing, third sector, administration, anyone working with parents.
Click on the blue link, you will the be taken to the PACE website to do the training.
Parents against Child Sexual Exploitation (PACE) have developed an online awareness course which practitioners and parents can access. Keep them Safe Online CSE Training. Suitable for parents and professionals who work alongside children and young people.
ECPAT UK Training on Child Trafficking link
Click on the blue link, you will the be taken to the ECPAT website to do the training.
‘In Your Hands’ e-learning course about child trafficking is appropriate for all professionals who may work with children who may have been trafficked. This course provides you with an awareness of the main issues around victim identification and what steps to take to provide support to a child victim of trafficking. Suitable for practitioners working with vulnerable children from abroad including, health professionals, voluntary sector workers, social workers, police officers, immigration officers, teachers, and school support staff.