After your account has been approved and you can successfully log in, you may need to update your contact details, job role, or establishment.

From 'edit profile' in My Profile and Bookings you can make a series of changes to your personal details, including:

  • Your name
  • Your contact telephone number
  • Your email address

Managing Course Alerts

IslingtonCS can inform you of new courses when they become available. This is called 'course alerts' and you were asked to subscribe to these when you registered. Course alerts are sorted by category, event type, and target audience.

You manage these alerts from My Profile and Bookings and are set for each channel. You can also set your email preferences here for the Schools' Bulletin and Bright Start newsletter.

If you no longer wish to receive any emails, untick 'Activate event alerts by email'.

Managing Newsletters

All new users who register at a school or Early Years establishment and hold a leadership role at that setting will automatically receive the Schools' Bulletin or the Bright Start newsletter.

You can unsubscribe from these newsletters by updating your newsletter preferences in 'Course Alerts' in My Profile and Bookings.

Updating your job role

Content on the schools and early years channels on IslingtonCS is restricted by your job role and the establishment you belong to. In some cases, you may need to update your job role - for example, from a 'prospective childminder' to a 'childminder' or from 'Teacher' to 'Teacher - Subject Coordinator'.

In 'edit profile' change your job role from the drop-down list. Please note that the list of job roles is limited in order to control access and these may not match your actual job role: please chose the role that most closely matches yours.

Updating your establishment

You may change your place of work, for example you may move to another school or early years setting. To ensure your account remains up-to-date and your training requests go to the line manager at the new establishment, you can change your establishment in edit profile.

Select the establishment from the appropriate service and once you have found your new place of work, click 'submit' at the bottom of the form. Your account will then go for approval to the new establishment line manager, and you won't be able to log back in until this has approved.

You will also need to contact us to remove your old establishment from your profile.

Email CSonline

Updating your training level

Your training level determines the types of courses you can view and book onto; this is particularly important for Islington Safeguarding Training courses. For example, only users with training level two or above are able to see Group Two Safeguarding training. 

Update your training level from 'edit profile' in My Profile and Bookings.

See the table at the bottom of this page for information about each training level and examples of staff at each level.

Training Levels

Use this table for information on each training level and to select which is most appropriate for your job role:

Training Level



Group 1Staff in infrequent contact with children, young people and/or parents/carers who may become aware of possible abuse or neglect. Maintenance staff
Group 2Those in regular contact or have a period of intense but irregular contact, with children, young people and/or parents/carers who may be in a position to identify concerns about maltreatment, including those that may arise from the use of an Early Help or Care Assessment. Receptionists in GP practice, librarian in children’s library
Group 3Members of the workforce who work predominantly with children, young people and/or their parents/carers and who could potentially contribute to assessing, planning, intervening and reviewing the needs of a child and parenting capacity where there are safeguarding concerns. Paediatricians, those working in the early years sector, residential staff, midwives, school nurses, health visitors, sexual health staff, teachers, probation staff, sports club welfare officers, those working with adults in, for example, learning disability, mental health, alcohol and drug misuse services, those working in community play schemes. 
Group 4Members of the workforce who have particular responsibilities in relation to undertaking section 47 or section 42 enquiries, including professionals from health, education, police and children’s social care; those who work with complex cases and social work staff responsible for co-ordinating assessments of children in need. Statutory Social Worker, Paediatricians undertaking CP medicals,  Police officers in CAIT, Police officers undertaking ABEs involving children
Group 5Professional advisors named and designated lead professionals.Named nurses, designated teachers
Group 6Operational managers at all levels including: practice supervisors; front line managers and managers of child protection units. Those who manage staff in group 2,3 or 4
Group 7Senior managers responsible for the strategic management of services; NHS board members.