Welcome to the NSCP Training page!
NSCP offers a variety of different training for both professionals and people in the community who are working with children. If you are a professional looking for in depth training then please use the information and booking forms below. If you are looking for more general safeguarding courses for those working with children you can find out this on our Safer Programme page.
Multi Agency Training 2023-24
Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership has commissioned Interface Enterprises to deliver the specialist training courses this year, from Levels 3 to 8 (Working Together 2018). If you are unsure which group and level you fall under, please refer to the NSCP Training Strategy document at the bottom of this page.
All our courses are Level 3.
How do I book training?
For individual places on our courses please click the link below to access our on-line booking system.
All available courses can be found by clicking on the link to the online training booking system below.
- Please ensure you complete all required fields. An authorisation email will be sent to your manager, so please ensure you type their email address correctly. Until your manager has authorised the application, it will not be considered for short listing, which will take place 6 weeks before the course is due to run.
If you have any problems with this online system please call us on 01603 224228.
Please note: We are aware that some people experience problems when trying to book online when they use Internet Explorer so we would suggest using Google Chrome instead.
School Applicants Only
To book onto multi-agency training specifically for those staff working at Tier 3 including school and college Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) please click onto the schools' online training booking system link below. DSL colleagues from schools and colleges must make their bookings through this system. For further advice please see https://www.schools.norfolk.gov.uk/pupil-safety-and-behaviour/safeguarding.
Other training events/workshops, including Early Help and Assessment training, which can be accessed by school staff who are not necessarily DSLs or working at Tier 3 (only those courses prefixed with >) can be booked via the NSCP online training booking system.
All cancellations and non-attendance, regardless of the circumstances, which are made within seven working days of the start of the course will incur a cancellation fee of £65 per person for whole day courses and £35 per person for half-day briefings/events and workshops. The cancellation policy for school staff is however slightly different, so please refer to their website for details.
If you are unable to attend the training you must contact us in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org to cancel your place.
Voluntary & Community Sector Groups Charges
The charging policy for individuals from all voluntary and community sector groups is:
- Safer Programme Members – £40 per person, per day
- Non Safer Programme Members (regardless of annual income) – £50 per person, per day
For more information on the Safer Programme, and how to become a member, visit the Safer Programme page.
Private, Independent and Profit Making Organisations (including Children’s Services Agency Staff) Charges
- £100 per person per day
NSCP Training Strategy
Find out more about the NSCP Training Strategy here.
Guidance in Chapter 1 of Working Together to Safeguard Children 2018 requires the NSCP to “monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of training, including multi-agency training, for all professionals in the area” (para. 1.4).
The quality assurance process is designed to be undertaken in the spirit of improving and sharing best practice in safeguarding children training across Norfolk. Feedback given will be evidence-based, constructive and focused on positive development of training opportunities.
The system will ask you to create an account for your organisation. You can then add more than one course from the same account if you have further courses you wish to submit for quality assurance. This initial stage is self-assessment based and you will be asked a series of questions. Submissions will then be reviewed by a member of the Safeguarding Children Partnership’s Workforce Development Group and feedback will be given via email. A random selection of applications will then be selected for review of materials and course observation.
If you have any queries please contact the NSCP Training Team: email@example.com
Whilst this training states it is for front line workers throughout, it can actually be completed by ANYONE who needs an introduction to child exploitation.
This e-learning course should take approximately forty minutes to complete and covers the basic awareness and understanding of the various forms of exploitation, covering both adults and children.
Forms of exploitation
Modern day slavery
Raised awareness of the different forms of exploitation
Recognise the potential signs of exploitation
Practical advice of how to respond when identifying potential exploitation
Who is it for?
Anyone who has interactions with children and/or adults
You will be asked to complete an evaluation form at the end of the training to help us shape and develop this training and improve for the future.
Welcome to the Every Relationship Matters in Norfolk Practitioner Toolkit. Once you have completed your training please use the resources, videos, and links in supporting the reduction of unhealthy parental conflict with families to aim for healthy and safe outcomes for children’s futures.
Short and informative webinars on different topics relating to Harmful Sexual Behaviour are available below and are accessible to professionals working with children and young people.
To access the Harmful Sexual Behaviour Webinars you will need to contact the HSB Team via email and request the Username and Password at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to this eLearning module covering an introduction to 'Signs of Safety and Family Networking' that underpins our work with children, young people and families in Norfolk.
This introduction is aimed at those who need to have an understanding of this approach but may not need the foundation training.
This e-learning course has been designed to support the professional development of those who work, or are training, in the field of SEND. It gives learners a foundation knowledge and understanding of SEND for children and young people age 0-25.
It is also a useful tool for parent carers and anyone interested in developing their knowledge and understanding of SEND.
The course includes assessments to demonstrate and reinforce learning, and there are links to further reading.