The main role of Sutton Local Safeguarding Children Board is to ensure there are good and robust systems in place in the borough so that children are safeguarded, their welfare is promoted and agencies co-operate to achieve this.
This all relies on a well informed and well trained workforce that understands the roles and responsibilities of all agencies working with children and their families, as well as those of their own.
Sutton LSCB offers a comprehensive training programme in order to increase the knowledge, skills and awareness of the workforce.
All LSCB Training information can now be found on our new Children's Workforce Training website along with information about a wide range of other training opportunities. Click link below and sign up to browse all training on offer for the coming year and to book your place on courses. Book early to avoid disappointment - registration only takes 2 minutes!
LSCB training for 2016/17 includes:
- Learning from Serious Case Reviews
- Domestic Abuse: Impact on Children and Young People
- Self Harm
- Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
- Missing Children
- Female Genital Mutliation (FGM)
- Protecting children from extremist ideologies (PREVENT)
- Impact of parental mental health
- Safeguarding Disabled Children
A rolling programme of Basic and Refresher Child Protection Awareness training is provided.
If you or your team require esafety training we will facilitate contact with the education safeguarding training team, for further details see http://www.suttonlscb.org.uk/esafety.php
More courses will be added all the time so register yourself as a user and keep an eye for new courses! Once registered you can browse all the courses on offer and book on. For your first booking you will need to set yourself up as an attendee. This only needs to be done once and you will then be saved on the system for all of your future bookings.
If you need any further support with the system please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 8770 6684.
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