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This course is aimed at professionals who are required to offer effective support to victims of domestic violence and abuse in a sensitive and understanding manner. 


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This bite size course explains the Getting it Right for Every Child (GIRFEC) model which is the new national approach in Scotland for those supporting and working with children and young people.


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Unintentional childhood injury results in over 2 million visits to Accident and Emergency; over half of these injuries occur in the home. This Virtual College course intends to raise parents’ and carers’ understanding of Child Accident Prevention.


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This module aims to raise parents’ and carers’ understanding of Child Accident Prevention.


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This Virtual College course aims to increase awareness of the prime concerns around children’s and young people’s development. It presents learners with an increased understanding of the expected pattern of development and details the factors that can influence development.


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This module is designed to be relevant for all staff, paid and voluntary, working with children and young people.


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This course has been designed to provide learners with a basic understanding of what communication is, and how it can be used to support people who need help.


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It is vital that those working within health, social care or children and young people’s settings not only understand what it means to have a duty of care in their work role but also how to effectively implement duty of care in everything they do.


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Anyone who works with children or the internet has a role in enforcing eSafety as well as supporting parents in providing a safe home online atmosphere.


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Adult as well as Children’s Services have a legal duty to see the child’s needs as paramount and by working together, they can take practical steps to protect and improve the health and well-being of children affected by parental problem drug use.


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