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Why Choose US

At TRC™ our training is unique. Our experience, knowledge & credibility in child protection is unrivalled.

We pride ourselves on the balance we deliver between theory and practicality.

We’re dynamic, memorable and engaging with an atmosphere of trust and integrity. We make sure each individual leaves our workshops confident and able to immediately apply their learning.

What people say about us

“Because Tim has managed child sex offenders, his credibility goes through the roof. What a brilliant training course”

– Head Teacher

“Tim is a skilled presenter and well versed in the area of child protection. He’s got an engaging personality and a strong desire to deliver content that can foster best practice Tim creates an enjoyable learning environment – I can highly recommend him”

– National Head Of Consulting Services

Our Team

Tim Rogers

Tim Rogers

Tim is one of the UK’s leading authorities for the protection & safeguarding of children and adults at risk. A former Detective for Warwickshire Police, Tim managed offenders within the Multi Agency Public Protection Arrangement arena as well as being a Graduate of the CEOP (Child Exploitation Online Protection Centre) Academy.

He gained a Post Grad cert in the ‘Forensic Psychology of Child Sex Offenders and Risk Management’ UCLAN (University of Central Lancashire) and CEOP. He has an unrivalled track record in the management and understanding of child sex offenders and those who pose the greatest risk of harm to our children. He knows how they think and behave and uses this knowledge to help you protect your children.


He has conducted forensic reviews for the largest worldwide faith organisation around safeguarding and child protection.

He is also a consultant for the NSPCC and not only delivers training on their behalf but has developed and delivered specific training for their SLT.

Anjum Mouj

Anjum Mouj

Anjum is a perceptive and qualified coach, skilled project manager and facilitative trainer and consultant working with individuals, teams and organisations successfully within the public and private sector for the past 25 years. Anjum’s predominant background is in the field of domestic and gender based violence where she has worked in developing and securing safe housing, community projects and support services for victims and their families.

Anjum’s approach to training uses her knowledge gained from her working life utilising her experiences to impart realistic and understandable information, including Child Protection and Safeguarding, Understanding Diversity, Supervision Skills and Unconscious Bias.

Anjum is a consultant trainer for the NSPCC and delivers a variety of courses on their behalf including Training the Trainer.

Anjum is an energetic and engaging facilitator and co-facilitator who has lead conferences; workshops; carried out a number of policy audits and harassment investigations; and has successfully facilitated a number of dispute resolution meetings and is a skilled mediator. Anjum is an excellent communicator and has established herself a reputation as being a dynamic child protection trainer who receives excellent accolades.

Isobel Porter

Isobel Porter

Isobel is a qualified social worker with over 30 years’ experience at practitioner and management roles in both statutory and 3rd sector roles.

She has gained additional post graduate qualifications in Family Therapy, Counselling, and also in Clinical Hypnotherapy and Psychodynamic Child and family work as well as a DSM5 in management.

As well as ‘on the ground’ experience, where she has worked therapeutically with children, families and vulnerable adults, she has helped organisations and safeguarding boards by undertaking Serious Case & Learning Reviews.

She is an experienced trainer and has worked with NSPCC, AIM, PACE, TSCTH & various fostering organisations. She has also developed training for staff on children with disabilities, mental health issues, and safeguarding including neglect, domestic violence and sexual harm & abuse. These also include therapeutic approaches.

She has been featured in the publication Community Care and was also awarded the Tavistock Prize for innovative work for her published article into gender sensitive therapy.

Her passion and commitment to delivering high quality services in a timely and effective way to organisations, individuals, families, children and young people is a constant value.

Anna Hopkins

Anna Hopkins

Anna is a qualified mental health nurse with over 14 years’ experience working in acute mental health services with children and adults who present with complex mental health and social care needs. In this acute setting Anna spent many years as a designated safeguarding officer and a deputy regional safeguarding lead, where she had to provide highly specialist advice and direction to all clinical and non-clinical staff at the point of need where there were concerns about the welfare of a child or adult.

In 2013 Anna qualified as a CBT therapist at the University of Oxford and is accredited with the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapists (BABCP). She currently has her own cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) practice, where she treats both young people and adults with a variety of mental health and/or behavioural problems. This work continues to bring her into contact with adults and children’s social care as she frequently manages disclosures and other safeguarding matters. Anna regards effective communication, working with families and with partner agencies as paramount. Anna is incredibly passionate about helping people to change their lives for the better.

Alongside her clinical work Anna has over 6 years’ experience in delivering safeguarding training. Due to her health background she has the ability to develop, plan and deliver safeguarding training in a way that considers the needs of a range of staff within health settings. She is able to acknowledge some of the challenges health professionals face when dealing with issues such as working therapeutically, confidentiality, managing historical disclosures and allegations against staff. She can share her practical experience of making referrals, early help assessments, child in need plans and child protection conferences.

Anna is committed to delivering training that makes a difference and has a lasting impact. She has been admired by many of her delegates and co-trainers for her creative, flexible, calm, warm, confident and engaging manner. Anna has a passion for safeguarding that shines through and is infectious.

Andy Richardson

Andy Richardson

Andy is a highly skilled, motivated and passionate professional, with over 24 years’ experience including over 10 years of working exclusively in the field of safeguarding children and adults at risk. As a Consultant, Trainer and Designated Safeguarding Lead for the NSPCC his expertise lay in Local Authority, Education, Sports industry, Early Years Settings, Youth and Community, private, public, health and the voluntary sector. He has supported over 630 diverse organisations, businesses and services on strategic and operational safeguarding matters, managed small and large teams of staff and volunteers, and achieved targets assigned to me.

Possessing market leading subject skills set, Andy is a popular, resilient, highly self-motivated trainer and advisor, with a passion for improving outcomes for children and adults. He raises awareness, builds confidence and secures a positive value base in organisations and staff/volunteers. Andy has developed and implemented policies, procedures and protocols as well as training strategies and outcome based evaluation. As an advocate for meaningful participation I ensure stakeholders and service users are engaged in service design, delivery and evaluation.

Having worked for the NSPCC for over 8 years he was responsible for the following– Training and Development Consultation. Managing large complex, high value projects, tenders and Service Level Agreements, offering safeguarding consultancy work and a portfolio of 56 standard, tailored and bespoke safeguarding courses to commissioners.

He aims to promote the safety and wellbeing of all children and adults at risk and aim to integrate their voice into service delivery. As a deaf person, who was brought up in a long- term care system, he has a personal, as well as a professional, investment in safeguarding children and adults. As an advocate for equality and diversity he strives to inspire a non-oppressive and safe environment for all.

Our Clients

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