Managing allegations of abuse – NSPCC training

This 1-day face-to-face training course is for managers and supervisors. This course will provide delegates with a better understanding of their role and responsibilities when managing allegations of abuse against staff and volunteers.

Date: 29 January 2020
Location: London
Price: £225 per person
Booking: please visit the NSPCC Learning website to book your place

What's covered 

The training will help participants to: 

  • understand what an allegation is and how allegations might arise
  • identify national and local guidance in relation to managing allegations of abuse
  • understand your role and responsibilities in effectively managing allegations
  • recognise personal values and how these can have an impact
  • provide appropriate support to all those involved 

Who is this course for?

This course is for managers and supervisors in voluntary, independent and statutory organisations who are responsible for managing staff and/or volunteers that work closely with children and young people.

The course is an advanced course, for those who have already completed introductory child protection training (for further information, see the CPSU's introductory safeguarding training guidance).

Further information

Visit NSPCC Learning's training pages for more training courses and resources for anyone working to safeguard children and young people in the UK. These include the Child protection in sport course, an online introductory safeguarding course.

Related CPSU guidance