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How to access GSCB E-learning Courses & further Information

GSCB E-learning courses are available to all practitioners in Gloucestershire

The following E-learning courses can be accessed through Kwango see below for access

  • Child Protection
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Parental Substance Misuse
  • Safeguarding Leadership (for supervisors, frontline and Senior Managers)
  • Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)

How do I access the e-learning programmes (including the child protection e-learning programme)?

You need to obtain the User Name and Password for your own Agency (See below on how to obtain a code).
Please note there are separate usernames/passwords for each of the different courses.

Agency Codes

To obtain a password for your organisation from the GSCB team, use the password request form and complete all fields.
Password request form
A password for the course/s you have requested will then be sent to you via e-mail.

How do I log on to a course?

Log onto the kwango website at

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Type your username and password into the login boxes

You will be taken straight to the launch page for your e-learning course

Press the 'Launch' button and the course will begin

How much do these courses cost?

These courses are free.


Additional E-learning courses

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) -  (PACE)
CSE course has been developed for parents by Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (PACE)

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) -  (Home Office)
FGM and Forced Marriage has been developed for parents and practitioners by the Home Office

Forced Marriage (FM) -  (Home Office)

Modern Slavery - (Home Office)

Training and awareness raising resources available to public sector organisations to help their staff understand modern slavery and learn to spot the signs.

For local information about different types of violence and abuse and how to protect against it with links to local, practical support and help please visit Gloucestershire Take a Stand Website

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