This free training course is designed to raise the awareness of parents, carers, and practitioners of the causes of childhood accidents, by teaching adults how to reduce risks and keep children safe.

About Accident Prevention eLearning

Unintentional childhood injury results in over 2 million visits to A&E in the UK – Over half of these injuries occur in the home. On average 62 children under the age of five died as a result of an accident and over 76,000 under the age of 14 are admitted for treatment, of which over 40% are under 5 years of age.

This e-learning course enables parents, carers and practitioners to:

  • Identify risks in the home and elsewhere that are the common causes of childhood accidents
  • Describe steps you are able to take in order to reduce the risk and prevent childhood accidents
  • To be confident in making changes or supporting families to make changes, to keep children safer.

The training takes approximately 30 – 40 minutes to complete. On completion you will receive a certificate.

If you are a parent/carer of a young child/ren or a professional working with/supporting young children, we strongly advise you to complete this training to develop your knowledge on child accident prevention. This will enable you to go on to make a difference in reducing childhood accidents in Kirklees.

Who can access this service?

Anyone with an interest in developing their knowledge on child accident prevention. There is no eligibility criteria for accessing this training. 

How to access this service:

To access the training please go to the Kirklees Safeguarding Children’s Partnership website and register (if you are not already a registered user) 

Then follow the steps below:

  1. Register and book training today 
  2. eLearning 
  3. Child accident prevention eLearning 
  4. More information and booking 
  5. Log in or Register
  6. Open training 


The training course is completely free of charge.

Contact Details

If you have any questions about this service, please feel free to check out our FAQ page, or contact us using the below information.

Fresh Futures, Front of House team

Tel: 01484 519988

Email: [email protected]


Health and Wellbeing Service Support

Office Tel: 01484 415465

Mobile Tel: 07849398807

Email: [email protected]