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
- Your job title
- Your training level
See also Managing your newsletter preferences for help and advice with managing your 'course alerts'.
Updating your job title
Content on the schools and early years channels on IslingtonCS is restricted by your job title and the establishment you belong to.
In some cases, you may need to update your job title - for example, from a 'prospective childminder' to a 'childminder' or from 'Teacher' to 'Teacher - Subject Coordinator'.
In 'edit profile' change your job title from the drop-down list.
- the list of job titles is limited in order to control access and these may not match your actual job title: please chose the role that most closely matches yours and the place you work.
- the list of available job titles is set by channel and your selected job title may not be available in all channels.
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' in My Profile and Bookings.
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.
The courses you can see and book on to is controlled by your training level.
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.
You may have been asked to set your training level when you created your account.
If you weren't, or you need to update it, you can view and change your training level from 'edit profile' in My Profile and Bookings.
Information on each training level and examples of which is most appropriate for your job title:
All staff who require basic safeguarding training.
Examples: Maintenance staff, office-based staff with no day-to-day contact with children
Staff who may be in a position to identify concerns or abuse
Examples: Receptionists in GP practice, a librarian in children’s library.
Staff who work predominantly with children, young people and/or their parents/carers, and vulnerable adults and who could potentially contribute to assessments where there are safeguarding concerns.
Examples: Paediatricians, teachers, those working in the early years sector, residential staff, midwives, school nurses, health visitors, sexual health staff, 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.
Staff who have particular responsibilities undertaking section 47 or section 42 enquiries, including professionals from health, education, police and social care; those who work with complex cases and social work staff responsible for co-ordinating assessments.
Examples: Statutory Social Worker, Paediatricians undertaking CP medicals, Police officers in CAIT, Police officers undertaking ABEs involving children.
Named and designated lead professionals.
Examples: Named nurses, designated teachers.
Operational managers at all levels including practice supervisors and front line managers.
Examples: Those who manage staff in group 2, 3 or 4.
ISCP or ISAB Board Members.
Examples: ISCP or ISAB Board Members.