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Student Membership - Edge Hill University

We at the AoCPP are committed to supporting the next generation of professionals within child protection and adult safeguarding. That is why we offer discounted membership for students on a current course (proof will be required).
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£60.00 for 1 year

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With student membership, you can:

  • Keep your assignments, research and practice up to date with access to our highly-regarded online academic journal, Child Abuse Review, issued 6 times annually with additional special and virtual issues.
  • Contribute to something that matters to you by joining a Special Interest Group.
  • Take part in policy discussions by adding your voice to our organisational responses to government and policymakers.
  • Access events featuring leading experts from a range of fields at exclusive members-only discounted rates.
  • Gain unlimited access to our range of free training and networking events.
  • Receive membership perks and discounts, including 20% off books with Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  • Shape the future of the AoCPP - we are member-led and dedicated to creating a programme of CPD and support in response to your needs.

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What our members say

I think Child Abuse Review has gone from strength to strength and is of a consistently high standard. We have held numerous events that have been inspiring and enabling, such as the most recent Congresses and the Trainer's conference and award ceremony, the seminars to disseminate lessons from Serious Case Reviews. As resources get ever tighter, professionals have fewer and fewer opportunities to come together to exchange ideas and to learn together. We move more and more into silos because of work pressures. This is not the way to keep children safe. Association of Child Protection Professionals is needed to bring people concerned about child protection together to learn, to think, to shape policy and practice and to disseminate research. No-one else does this.

Enid Hendry, retired Social Work Consultant, Nottingham