On 1 March 2021, how you book your SSCP Safeguarding training will be changing. Find out how.
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: https://surreycoun.plateau.com/learning/user/portal.do?siteID=SCA&landingPage=login
See Olive user guide for external partners for further details on registration and booking
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.
For more information please contact us by email at: OLIVEPartner.Support@surreycc.gov.uk
What Training Do I Need To Do?
Each organisation may be governed by or have their own guidance for staff about what safeguarding training you need to do. Therefore, speak to the safeguarding lead or training lead within your organisation to find out what applies to you.
If you are planning to become the Designated Safeguarding Lead for your organisation or setting you are required to complete Working Together to Safeguard Children, Foundation Module 1 and 2 followed by the New to Role Designated Safeguarding Lead training (for early years and schools only). Schools can book on New to Role Designated Safeguarding Lead for Education Provisions training through the SSCP website which is being provided by the Surrey County Council Education Safeguarding Team. DSL training is available for Early Years settings as ‘Early Years Designated Safeguarding Lead – combined new to role and refresher training’ which can also be booked through the SSCP website. Other settings may have particular training requirements before you take on the DSL role, details of this will be available within your own organisation.
We have produced a SSCP Safeguarding Training Pathways amended July 2020 document which will also provide you with further information and guidance about what training you need to do. Please also find a Partnership Safeguarding Children Brief July 2020 document for your use.
Working Together to Safeguard Children training should be provided by your agency. Face to face training should be delivered by your Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL), or commissioned externally. You can also complete the course Working Together to Safeguard Children online. If you have any questions about the online course please contact the Surrey Children’s Services Academy. The SSCP has developed generic Working Together to Safeguard Children training materials which can be accessed via a password protected web page, please contact the SSCP Training Team for access to these materials.
If you are still unsure, please contact us
- Working Together to Safeguard Children induction training
- Designated Safeguarding Lead (formerly DCPO/CPLO) Training Pathway
- Schools Guide – Recommended Safeguarding Training Pathway Jun 2018 v1 – for Schools within Surrey
- Female Genital Mutilation Multi Agency Training Pathways
- CE multi agency training pathway Aug 2018
- Education Safeguarding Contact Details and Information
- Surrey Schools Safeguarding Training Pathway Jan 2018 – for SCC Schools and Learning Staff
Please note: Individual agencies are responsible for the delivery of induction level training. This also includes refresher training. To find out if you are exempt from completing this training, please refer to the Working Together to Safeguard Children exemption checklist
Working Together to Safeguard Children induction training should be updated every three years. If you are the Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) you should update your training every two years.
If you are a school or other educational setting, you may be able to access this training through an independent approved provider. Alternatively a DSL within your school setting can train staff on Working Together to Safeguard Children training or staff can access an E-Learning version of this training on the Surrey Skills Academy website.
If you are a Surrey County Council employee, you can access a Working Together to Safeguard Children induction and refresher e-learning course through ‘My Learning’ on the Portal.
For other organisations, you may wish to access a Working Together to Safeguard Children e-learning course (see below). Or, you may wish for a member of your organisation to become an approved SSCP trainer (see below) so that they can deliver the SSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children induction and refresher course to staff in house.
This e-learning course is delivered through the Surrey Skills Academy website There is no cost currently attached to the e-learning however this may change in future. Please be aware that if the user is not already registered, they will need to do this before beginning the E-Learning and will need to request a registration code from the HR Programme Support Team
There may be a possibility for organisations to bulk buy access which you will need to take up with the HR Programme Support Team.
Please note: This E-learning is administered and managed by the HR Programme Support Team so if there is any technical issues with the e-learning itself they can be contacted through the My HR Helpdesk on 0208 541 9000 (select the option for training).
SSCP WTSC Approved Training Register
If you wish to deliver WTSC training to your organisation, you will need to be included on the SSCP WTSC Approved Training Register. This will equip you with the skills to deliver Working Together to Safeguard Children induction and refresher training within your organisation. You will also be given access to the SSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children training materials.
To be included on this register you will need to attend the two day course Train the Trainers – Working Together to Safeguarding Children (see Our Training Programme )
Exemption please note, if you are a school (Maintained School/Academy/ Independent or Free School), in order to be able to deliver Working Together to Safeguard Children induction training in-house, your safeguarding lead must have completed Foundation Module 1 and 2 and have current DSL training. It is not a requirement that your safeguarding lead attends the SSCP Train the Trainers course however they may wish to attend for their continued professional development and if they plan to deliver more safeguarding training other than the Working Together to Safeguard Children Induction.
Child Exploitation (CE) Training
Child Exploitation (CE), including sexual exploitation, children who go missing, child trafficking, modern day slavery and gangs is a SSCP training priority. A CE multi agency training pathway Aug 2018 document has been developed to ensure that everyone is aware of CE and that all those working with children and young people are able to recognise and respond appropriately to ensure the safety and protection of those at risk from or experiencing CE. Please find this document attached below for your use.
Level 1 Child Exploitation E-learning (basic awareness)
This CE training developed by Surrey CC is for all staff working directly or indirectly in any capacity with children and young people. This must be completed before level 2 training. It can be accessed via Surrey Skills Academy website (surreyskillsacademy.learningpool.com).
Level 2 Child Exploitation Training (face to face training)
This training is for all professionals who work directly with children, young people and families and you must have completed level 1 before booking your place at booking.surreyscp.org.uk. Any advanced training around CE will need to be accessed via your own agency.
Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) (formerly DCPO/CPLO) Training Pathway
A DSL in a school needs to complete Working Together to Safeguard Children training, Foundation Module 1 Multi Agency Safeguarding: Family Resilience and Family Safeguarding, Foundation Module 2 Child Protection Conferences, Plans and Core Groups (see Our Training Programme) and the New to Role Designated Safeguarding Lead training all provided by the SSCP. DSL’s Training needs to be updated every two years for the DSL Update courses arranged by their agency. Please contact the Education Safeguarding Team for information regarding DSL Update/Refresher courses.
A DSL can also contact the Education Safeguarding Team who will be able to offer advice, information and guidance to education settings on their safeguarding arrangements and practice. Please click here for information of how to contact the Education Safeguarding Team and other related information for DSL’s within school and educational settings.
A DSL in early year’s settings needs to complete Working Together to Safeguard Children training, Foundation Module 1 Introduction to Safeguarding, Foundation Module 2 Child Protection Plans and Core Groups and Early Years Designated Safeguarding Lead – combined new to role and refresher training. The Foundation Module 1 and Foundation Module 2 and Early Years Designated Safeguarding Lead training is provided by the Surrey Children’s Services Academy via the SSCP website (see Our Training Programme and link to our events page here) . Training needs to be updated every two years with the Early Years Designated Safeguarding Lead – combined new to role and refresher training courses provided by the Early the SSCP, if you are having issues booking you can contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org