KSCB Multi Agency Training
Multi-agency safeguarding children 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. Click on the links below to view course details and dates, or click on the link to the Training Course Management System to view all these courses and sign up straight away.
Before applying for a course it is recommended that applicants read the target audience descriptions to help decide which level of training best suits personal needs.
If you have any questions about the relevance or suitability of a particular course, please ring 01484 225161 and ask to speak to a Learning & Development Officer, or email KSCB.Admin@kirklees.gov.uk
Courses are free for the statutory, voluntary and community sector, however failure to attend without giving prior notice may result in a charge to cover costs.
Please see the charging policy for full details.
If you are not sure what multi-agency courses you need to do and in what order, see the training pathway flowchart.
Posted on 2 February 2015
How to apply for Training
To apply for a place on any course or safeguarding briefing log onto the KSCB training course management system. Use the system to browse through available courses, submit applications, cancel places, view your training history and print certificates. For classroom based courses you will be contacted by email regarding your application - once you have submitted an application keep the date free in your diary until you hear from us. If you apply for e-learning a link will take you straight to the course.
If you have any queries please contact us on 01484 225161 or by email at email@example.com
KSCB Learning and Development Strategy
The overall purpose of the Multi-Agency Learning and Development Strategy is to provide the framework for the provision of KSCB learning and development events to ensure that people working with children, young people, vulnerable adults and families in Kirklees are appropriately skilled and competent. The strategy has been developed in the context of Government guidance and legislation, it sets out the core values underpinning all learning and development events, and it recognises the different skills and knowledge required by different staff in all levels of an organisation.
Click here to view the KSCB Learning and Development Strategy 2014-2017 - Updated on 1 April 2014
The KSCB have produced a first series of 'Bitesize Briefings' on Safeguarding areas to provide partners with information in a different way without attending a venue or spending all day out of the office.
The information is very broad stroke and designed to give you an overview of a particular area.
The Bitesize Briefings have been designed to be very flexible to suit YOU.
Some ideas of where to watch one of the briefings:
- During a team meeting?
- While eating your lunch at your desk?
- At home? (before or after work?)
- In a quiet place where you're going to take the informaton in?
- With a colleague?
Click on the below link to access the Bitesize Briefing:
Contacting MASH (Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub)
More briefings will be added in due course.
After viewing, if you would like more in detail information or to attend the KSCB training please go to the training section of the KSCB website.