Child Protection Professional Development

Our practice based training offering covers a range of topics, from advocacy to child protection. All of our child protection professional development courses are aimed at professionals who are already working within relevant roles, and would like to develop their confidence and skills in practical situations. 

We have also designed our courses to benefit individuals who currently work alongside practitioners and want to gain an insight into the responsibilities and limitations of those roles. 

All of our child protection professional development sessions are designed to convey the essential knowledge of the topic in a clear and concise way. They also include supporting resources for further independent study.

What is Practice Based Training?

Practice based training focuses on applying knowledge to real-life situations. This is typically done through case studies and discussions with fellow professionals. All attendees receive a personalised certificate of attendance at the end of each course.

One of the key aims of our practice based courses is to improve your self awareness and ability to critically reflect on your professional practice. Through this reflection, we hope that you are able to provide the highest standard of delivery for the young people and vulnerable adults you work with.

If you are interested in bespoke training for your organisation, please contact the NYAS Learning and Development team. You can email to discuss your requirements. 

For any other queries about our services or additional support, get in touch with our friendly NYAS team.

Our Child Protection Professional Development Courses

Delivering High Quality Child Protection Professional Development

All of our practice based courses are:

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Still Have Questions?

If you have further questions about our training courses, please do get in touch and our NYAS Learning and Development team will be happy to advise you.

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