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EduCare for Education® is our all-inclusive training course package – written and endorsed by experts, that will meet all of your duty of care and compliance training needs.

Unlimited access means that you can be confident that you are fully trained and able to provide the essential level of care and support that all children and young people deserve. Once registered with Class Cover all the courses are free of charge.

  • Child Protection

    Child Protection

    Child Protection, endorsed by Kidscape and Family Lives, is written to provide a basic awareness of child protection and introduces the fundamentals for anyone whose paid or unpaid work or leisure activity brings them into contact with children and young people.

  • The Prevent Duty

    The Prevent Duty

    This course is designed to build your understanding of extremism and radicalisation, how people may be drawn into terrorism and what you should do if you have a concern. This course meets national Police approved standards.

  • Child Neglect

    Child Neglect

    Child Neglect is written to raise your awareness of neglect and to help you to understand the factors that may contribute to it.

  • Child Protection in Sport & Active Leisure

    Child Protection in Sport & Active Leisure

    Child Protection in Sport & Active Leisure, written with Kidscape and Family Lives, is written for those who work with children and young people in a sport or leisure setting.

  • Data Protection

    Data Protection

    Data Protection is a concise course that explains the fundamentals of the Data Protection Act 1998, including its overarching principles and what organisations must do to comply with them. This course can help introduce new recruits to the subject or act as a refresher for current employees.

  • Equality & Diversity

    Equality & Diversity

    Equality & Diversity is a concise course that explains the fundamentals of equality and diversity and how they affect you.

  • Female Genital Mutilation Awareness

    Female Genital Mutilation Awareness

    This course will provide a thorough guide to help those working with young people spot the signs that Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) has taken place, or signs that it will take place.

  • Fire Safety in Education

    Fire Safety in Education

    Fire Safety in Education, written by expert authors and accredited by the Institute of Fire Safety Managers and RoSPA, provides the fundamental information needed to protect any education premises against fire.

  • First Aid Essentials

    First Aid Essentials

    First Aid Essentials, produced with West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust, aims to give the confidence needed to react in an incident when someone urgently needs help.

  • Food Hygiene & Safety

    Food Hygiene & Safety

    This Food Hygiene & Safety course is specifically designed for those who prepare and handle food, and is accredited by RoSPA.

  • Health & Safety in Education

    Health & Safety in Education

    Health & Safety in Education will give all staff working in a school or college a comprehensive, basic knowledge of health and safety.

  • Preventing Bullying

    Preventing Bullying

    This course on recognising and preventing bullying behaviour, endorsed by experts at Bullying UK and Family Lives, covers what bullying is, who is affected by bullying, the part technology can play, the damaging physical and emotional effects and the actions you can take to tackle it in your organisation or setting.

  • Safeguarding Young People

    Safeguarding Young People

    Safeguarding Young People, endorsed by established youth organisations, provides the key information needed to help raise your awareness of young people who may be vulnerable because of their age, relative inexperience, past abusive experiences or current circumstances.

  • The SEND Code of Practice

    The SEND Code of Practice

    This course provides an overview of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice: 0 to 25 years, first published in July 2014 and revised in January 2015. The course explains how the reforms affect those in an educational setting. The Code of Practice is statutory guidance and a wide range of organisations must have regard to it.