SSCP Partnership Training Programme

SSCP Partnership Training Programme

Partnership Safeguarding Children Learning and Development

From 1 March 2021 we are moving the Surrey Children’s Services Academy (SCSA) Partnership Safeguarding Learning and Development offer from the SSCP (Phew) website to Surrey County Council’s learning management system Olive. This transfer will only affect the way you book your learning with us. Our existing courses will continue to be offered.

Registration details: 

Further Guidance: Olive user guide for external partners

PLEASE NOTE: Download your certificates and training history from Phew before the end of March 2021, as this will not be available after this date and we will not be able to access the system to produce certificates and training history data either for individual learners or organisations.

Our training offer is still available to all practitioners who work with children, young people and their parents/families or carers in Surrey, including the statutory, voluntary, faith, sports and independent sectors. It gives an opportunity for practitioners to learn together and understand each other’s roles and responsibilities in supporting and delivering positive outcomes for children and families across the different levels of need.

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The Surrey Safeguarding Children Partnership (SSCP) provides a range of multi agency safeguarding training for professionals working with children and young people in Surrey.

Our workshops reflects new learning and recommendations from case reviews, audits, domestic homicide reviews, child deaths and changes in legislation, guidance and best practice both nationally and locally. This ensures that Surrey’s professionals are equipped with the knowledge and skills to safeguard children and young people in Surrey.

The SSCP ethos is that our training is multi agency, providing professionals with a vital opportunity to learn from each other and with each other; ensuring that professionals work together and share information within the safeguarding process.