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Five Pillars of Duty to Care

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NEW! Duty to Care Toolkit and Digital Badge

Earn our nationally recognised Duty to Care 'Digital Badge' by demonstrating your knowledge of the principles of duty to care: Safeguarding, Diversity, Inclusion, Mental Health and Well-being.

Simply enrol and complete the five free Knowledge Checks attached to each of these five pillars. There is an extensive suite of learning and we signpost you to the most relevant resources to help you refresh your knowledge around each theme. 

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