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Free accredited training for CYP VCS

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As part of Progress in the West Midlands, KEY Birmingham is offering a range of training courses for staff working in the children and young people's (CYP) voluntary and community sector (VCS), most of which are COMPLETELY FREE.

Courses include numerous essential areas including Safeguarding, Emergency First Aid, Citizenship, Communications, Equality and Diversity, Mentoring, as well as Youth Work and Trainer qualifications.

Keep checking G:up's training and events calendar for all the latest Progress training on offer right across the West Midlands.


Progress is a national project to provide 25,000 accredited training places to staff and volunteers in the children and young people’s voluntary and community sector. Progress is managed nationally by NCVYS (National Council for Voluntary Youth Services), under contract from CWDC (Children's Workforce Development Council). G:up is coordinating Progress in the West Midlands.

To find out more and keep up with all Progress news and opportunities in the West Midlands visit the G:up website: or email