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Safeguarding Children & Adults at Risk

Our Safeguarding eLearning course (Abode Flash required) gives an overview of child protection and safeguarding issues. The course can help learners feel more confident in their understanding and practice of child protection work.

Child Sexual Exploitation

Take our introduction to Child Sexual Exploitation eLearning module (external link), complete with certificate, to ensure that you have a basic understanding of the risks and indicators of child sexual exploitation. It takes a maximum of 30 minutes of your time and could make a huge difference to a child who is suffering this type of harm. It doesn't matter what your job description is, because everyone is responsible for safeguarding children and young people, and you may see or hear something that could help.

See below for details on accessing our eLearning modules.

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Accessing eLearning

  • Local authority staff can access the eLearning course directly through the Haringey Council intranet
    All local authority staff receive their eLearning login details automatically when they begin work for Haringey Council
  • If you do not work for the local authority, please log on to the Learning Zone website

If you experience any technical problems, please contact the eLearning team for support: or call 020 8489 4896 or refer to the eLearning FAQs page

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Please follow the instructions after you complete the eLearning modules in order to obtain your certificate. If you have technical problems, please contact the eLearning team for support: or call 020 8489 4896.

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Contact Us

Report Abuse and Neglect

If you are worried about a child for any reason, contact MASH on 020 8489 4470.

If you are making a referral:

If you are calling between 5pm and 9am weekdays or anytime at the weekend, call the Emergency out-of-hours duty team on 020 8489 0000.

If you or a child is in immediate danger you should always phone 999.