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Protecting people through learning and development

Protecting People covers child protectionadult support and protection ,violence against women, substance use, public protection and suicide prevention.

The safety and protection of children and young people in Perth and Kinross is everyone's responsibility and the Child Protection Committee (CPC) recognise the importance of providing high quality learning and development opportunities to support the multi-agency workforce to feel confident and competent when faced with a concern about a child or young person's wellbeing and / or protection.

In addition to the Child Protection Learning Opportunities detailed below, Protecting People learning and development opportunities can be explored on the Perth and Kinross Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) Learning and Development Website.

Essential learning

Perth and Kinross Council has developed three essential protecting people modules e-learning modules (Child Protection, Adult Support & Protection and GIRFEC) which are available free to all practitioners, managers, supervisors, carers and volunteers from all agencies and services (public, private and third sectors) in Perth and Kinross. The modules take around 20 minutes each to complete.

Inter-agency Child Protection Learning and Development

Perth and Kinross Child Protection Committee (CPC) are committed to empowering and supporting a competent, confident and skilful multi-agency child protection workforce across Perth and Kinross.   

Perth and Kinross Child Protection Committee (CPC) continues to deliver flexible child protection learning and development opportunities; including live Webinars and face to face training, as well as free access to our wide range of E-Learning Resources.

 All of our Child Protection Learning and Development Opportunities, including booking and access details, can be found within the latest edition of the Perth & Kinross CPC Inter-agency Child Protection Training Newsletter.

Last modified on 06 February 2024

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