No formal academic qualifications are required but professionals must have relevant experience in the field of child sexual exploitation and be able to work at postgraduate level, as well as being able to apply the learning in their work capacity.
Yes. Overseas students who possess a good command of English will be able to apply for awards or qualifications. However, as the credit transfer process is different in each country, students who intend to undertake further study outside of the UK will need to check with locally-based institutions regarding any credit transfer arrangements.
The awards and qualifications are only open to professionals working directly in the field of child sexual exploitation.
No, the work is undertaken online in a learning set of peers with support from PDF faculty.
You have up to 12 months after completion of the Mentor Professional Development Award to apply for the fifth module.
Yes. Professionals who have completed the Mentor Academy courses with CEOP will have their studies recognised as long as they have remained working in the field of child protection.