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To access our e-learning modules, please visit

We have produced the following e-learning packages which cover just some of our areas of work:

GEN NS547 Understanding Hate Crime eLearning

This session aims to increase both knowledge of Hate Crime, and your understanding of how to respond to it. The training will boost your confidence and help you provide the best possible support for people who may be vulnerable.

WFW MR052 Cyber Crime and Cyber Security

This e-learning encourages users to become more aware of the risks which occur online. With Cyber Crime now the biggest crime in the UK, it is important to be aware of how we can all reduce our risk in our personal lives. Completing this module will give you an understanding of what Cyber Crime is, the multitude of risks experienced online, and information on how to minimise these in your personal life. In addition to this, advice and support resources will be signposted to throughout.

GEN NS404 Prevent Radicalisation eLearning 

Completing this module will give you an introduction to Prevent, what vulnerabilities may make someone susceptible, and who to contact should you have any concerns.

GEN NS544 See Past the Obvious – Vulnerability & Serious and Organised Crime eLearning

The aim of the module is to raise awareness of the types of serious and organised crime, who may be vulnerable, what to look out for and how to report with the outcome of helping people to ‘See Past the Obvious.’


Information for WILMa external partners and customers, including private, voluntary and independent organisations:

Please note that by registering with WILMa, which is hosted by Learning Pool, you are giving permission for your name and email address to be used within the system.

When you log in as an external user, you will have to enter your job title and organisation.

Please click here to view the external partners and customers, including private, voluntary and independent organisations user guide.

You must be over 16 years of age to use this service.

If you experiencing any problems registering, running or accessing any of the content please contact or 0845 0744 114.

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