Changes to the NYSCB E-learning

Changes to the NYSCB E-learning Package.

During the month of April 2018 no new e-learning course are able to be requested or undertaken via the Virtual College LMS portal at this time. However, learners can continue to complete any outstanding courses currently requested and have until Friday 4th May 2018 to do so. We stongly advise you to complete any outstanding training and print off course certificates via https://nyscb.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk/ as after this date your account will be expired.

We do apologies for any inconvenience that has been caused, further updates will be given in due course regarding future arrangements of NYSCB e-learning.

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