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CPiP (SG Level 3) is a modular, on-line programme developed jointly by the RCPCH/NSPCC and ALSG. The programme is aimed at specialty trainees in paediatrics, and trainees from other specialty areas (ST4-ST8). The aim of the course is to provide specialty trainees with the competencies required for their on-going child protection practice.
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CPRR exists to teach people to recognise the indicators of possible abuse or neglect. CPRR comprises of a flexible on-line component (VLE) and a 1-day face-to-face course. The course has been developed for doctors in training (ST1-ST3) mainly in paediatrics and accident & emergency, although doctors in training working in general practice and other specialty areas may find aspects of the course relevant.
Candidates who have taken this course include GPs and specialty trainees and specialists in paediatric dentistry.
Recertification for the CPRR course is not a requirement as the next level course is more appropriate (see Child Protection in Practice course).Book a place CPRR Factsheet Am I eligible? Course updates
There are two potential routes to becoming a CPRR trainer: Route 1: If you are a consultant, associate specialist or named or designated nurse then you should read this document which explains the full process. Route 2: As an ST4-ST7 in paediatrics if you complete a CPRR provider course, you may be nominated to become a CPRR trainer. If you are recommended, then you would follow this process. If you are following Route 1, observe a CPRR course, then inform ALSG by completing the attached form.