Welcome to E-learning!

Virtual College e-learning is free for all staff, carers and volunteers who are part of our local safeguarding partnership arrangements (children and adults), and also to those who have a role in delivering adult health and social care services to local residents. Please note that all courses will go through an authorisation process that can take up to 72 hours to process.

To register to access virtual college e-learning click here

If you are already registered, find the login page on this link suttonscp.vc-enable.co.uk/login and please bookmark it to ‘favourites’ so that you can find it easily next time. E-learning can also be accessed from our online booking site: suttontraining.event-booking.org.

Enter your Username and Password to access your account, and if you have forgotten the details there are easy to follow instructions for a re-set.

If you have any technical problems, please check the FAQs in the Help & Support link on the menu bar. If you are unable to resolve your problems please use the email form to request support, or call the Virtual College Learning Support Team on 01943 605976.

Foster carers are set up with an account to access e-learning through the fostercaretraining hub and also available to LBS People Children's staff

To register for the foster care training hub click (under signup at the top)click here

The list of e-learning modules available to foster carers and LBS children's staff is available at the end.

Contact: If you have any queries relating to approval of the e-learning request, the non-completion charge, or to the timescale for completion, please contact the Business and Professional Development team by emailing adultstraining@sutton.gov.uk or childrenstraining@sutton.gov.uk .

Virtual College e-learning modules

A person centred approach in health and social care

An introduction to autism

Adult sexual exploitation

Autism awareness

Awareness of domestic violence and abuse

Caregivers’ behaviours associated with fabricated or induced illness

Child and adult sexual exploitation

Child sexual exploitation



Dementia awareness

Diversity, Equality and Inclusion in adult social care


Female genital mutilation (FGM) and abuse linked to fath or belief

Gang related issues and county lines

Impacts of hate crime

MCA, DOLs and dementia awareness

Mental health awareness

Meeting the communication needs of individuals

Modern slavery and trafficking

Nutrition and hydration

Level 2 food safety and hygiene for catering

LGTBQ awareness

Promoting effective communication in health and social care

Promoting emotional and spiritual wellbeing

Prevention of urinary tract infections in care settings

Radicalisation and extremism

Safe management of people with diabetes, dementia, depression and severe mental illness.

Safeguarding adults - level 1,2 and 3

Safeguarding children - level 1, 2 and 3

Safeguarding children refresher

Safeguarding in children’s workforce

Safeguarding everyone - levels 1 and 2

Safeguarding in sport

Safer recruitment

Safer sleeping for babies

Self neglect

Suicidal thought

Supporting individuals with autistic spectrum condition

Supporting teenagers and young people

Toxic Trio

Understanding animal welfare in violent homes

Understanding autism

Understanding young minds

Working with children with learning difficulties and disabilities

Foster carer and LBS People Children's E-learning

Some of the courses available are listed below , for the full course list click here

ADHD and Autism Advanced Level

Adolescent Development

Adolescent to Parent Violence and Abuse


Attachment and Bonding

Attachment and Therapeutic Parenting

Autism fostering

Babies withdrawing from addiction

Birth children fostering

Care Act 2014 fostering

Caring for asylum seeking and refugee children

Caring for sexually abused children

Caring for the carers fostering

Caring for traumatised children

Child development

Child development advanced

Child exploitation - fostering

Child exploitation advanced -fostering

Child protection - fostering

Complaints and allegations

Conduct disorders

Contact and birth families

Court skills fostering

Communicating with children

Cyber security fostering

De-escalation -fostering

Dyslexia - fostering

Equality and diversity

Fire safety - fostering

Food safety and hygiene - fostering

Fostering skills

Fostering regulations

Grief and bereavement

Health and nutrition

Internet safety

Kinship care

Learning Disabilities

Managing allegations

Managing challenging behaviour

Men who foster

Mental capacity act -fostering

Mental health

Missing from care

Positive behavioural support

Positive identity and self-esteem

Preparation For Independence Advanced

Preventing and Managing Substance and Alcohol Abuse

Privacy and Dignity

Private Fostering

Prosocial and Anti Social Behaviour

Protective Behaviours

Psychoactive Substances

Quality Standards

Racism, Discrimination and Intolerance

The Role of the Foster Carer

The Role of the Panel

The Virtual School

Therapeutic Approaches to Caring for Children and Young People