Course certification

These are the definitions for the certifications issued by KCS.

Certificate of Attendance

A Certificate of Attendance is a documentation proving the workshop participant’s attendance of a KCS workshop or a training course. All participants who attend KCS courses or workshops for the full duration will receive a signed copy of the certificate.

Certificate of Achievement

A Certificate of Achievement is a recognition that a participant has attended a KCS online course for the full duration and has achieved a passing grade of 100 per cent or above for each assessment.

Please note

A KCS Certificate of Attendance or Achievement does not provide any guarantee or assurance that an individual is suitable to work with children. Organisations should implement robust safeguarding checks for all staff. More information on how to do this can be found on the International Child Safeguarding Standards page.

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