Training – Course Management System

Multi-agency safeguarding children/Schools’ Designated Senior Person, Virtual College e-learning and KSCB e-learning training courses are targeted at all staff from statutory, voluntary and independent agencies who work with children, young people, families and vulnerable adults in the Kirklees area.

These courses can be accessed via the links below:

To view and self-register to all KSCB courses and e-learning click here.

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What to do if You are Worried About a Child

If you think a child in Kirklees is being abused or mistreated or you have concerns about a child’s well-being you should call and speak to someone at one of the following numbers:

  • Duty & Advice team
    01484 456848
  • Kirklees Emergency Duty Service
    01484 414933 (outside office hours)
  • NSPCC Helpline: 0808 800 5000
  • NSPCC email:
  • NSPCC text: 88858 (free service)

Kirklees Safeguarding Children Board Website

This site primarily provides safeguarding information for professionals and volunteers in Kirklees. The site also provides information for members of the public, parents and carers, and children and young people, on some of the key issues that can affect the wellbeing and safety of children. Links to external websites are provided where further specialist information and advice on particular issues can be obtained.

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Safeguarding Briefing: Bruises Burns and Scalds Protocol

Book your place on the briefing to learn more about:

  • What is the Bruises, Burns and Scalds protocol?
  • Why do we have the Bruises, Burns and Scalds protocol?
  • What do we mean by immobile infant?
  • The West Yorkshire Approach

The briefing will take place on Monday 4th March 2019, 1.30-3.30pm at Brian Jackson House, KSCB Training Room (Basement level—B16), 2 New North Parade, Huddersfield, HD1 5JP.

You can book your place on the briefing by logging into the KSCB Course Management System.

For further information, about the briefing please click here.

KSCB Multi-Agency Training Plan 2019-2020

The New KSCB Training Plan for 2019-2020 is now available. To view the plan, click here.

West Yorkshire Police Launches New Clare's Law Campaign

West Yorkshire Police have launched a new campaign encouraging anyone with concerns about their current or ex-partner to use their 'right to ask' to check whether they have a history of domestic abuse.

For further information, go to the PCC website or KSCB Twitter

Hub of Hope 

The ‘Hub of Hope’ is an online platform and Mobile Phone App that is free to download and access.  It provides an online registry of local and national services that are in place to help people with a variety of mental health issues.  The App has been designed by the charity ‘Chasing the Stigma’ and whilst still in the fairly early stages of development, it does contain an extensive list of organisations available to help people.

Staff may find the service useful either in a personal capacity or to help colleagues, or during their interactions with members of the public who are suffering with mental health problems. 

The App does not require you to enter any personal details – simply a location or postcode will return a list of organisations available along with their contact details.

The creators are looking to get this App installed on Galaxy devices in the New year, but in the meantime it can accessed via, or by downloading the App onto your mobile phone.

December Key Messages

Click here for the December Key Messages

Kirklees Safeguarding Children Board (KSCB) has moved!

Our new address is:

Brian Jackson House
2 New North Parade
Huddersfield HD1 5JP.

*The KSCB has a dedicated training room at Brian Jackson House, where the majority of KSCB training will be held


The KSCB have created a section called Archive News for older news and updates.

This can be found under 'Information for Professionals' or Click here to go straight to this section

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