The Child Protection Programme in the National Youth Council of Ireland supports the youth work sector to meet their child protection and safeguarding responsibilities. This eLearning introduces youth workers and volunteers to key topics in online safety, and addresses the challenges that young people may face online.
This information session is provided by the NYCI Child Protection Programme upon request to Boards of Management in the Youth Sector. It is not a training, but a 1-hour information session to support Boards of Management to familiarise themselves more broadly with child safeguarding and child protection.
This training programme is aimed at staff and volunteers in the youth sector, working with young people with general responsibilities in relation to safeguarding, but who do not have specific responsibilities in their role in relation to child protection.
This three day course is aimed at those with the role and responsibility of a Child Protection Designated Liaison Person within their youth organisation. It aims to provide participants with the information to carry out this important role in an effective manner.
This training supports youth leaders to engage with young people’s online life and to promote online safety. It looks at both the risks that are prevalent for young people online while also identifying the opportunities that exist for young people online.