Training events

The NSCP training provision aims to deliver high quality up to date safeguarding training that will enable participants to keep safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children at the centre of their work. All our training events are multi-agency, so are attended by delegates from a variety of organisations, offering a great opportunity to meet partners and discuss safeguarding children issues and at the same time gaining an insight on how others work to safeguard children. Our aim is to complement single agency safeguarding children training.  

The Annual Training Programme [PDF] is produced once at the beginning of the training year as a reference document and starting point. The full list of courses is available below and regularly updated throughout the year as new courses are added. We offer a range of learning opportunities, including face to face/virtual training courses, seminars, and e learning. For further information relating to training such as: E Learning available, Training Charges, How to Create an Account

To book onto any of the courses below go to our course log in page.

Training courses

NSCP Safeguarding Children at Risk of Neglect Level 3

Our Safeguarding Children at Risk of Neglect one day course has now been re-developed into two shorter virtual training events via Microsoft Teams delivered over the same day (two 2-hour sessions each with a 10 minute break included).

You will need to attend both the morning and afternoon sessions to access a place on this course. 

Training Course date: Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Safeguarding against Forced Marriage In Nottinghamshire Level 2/3

Within the UK discourse, forced marriage has often been constructed as intrinsic to specific countries and cultures, particularly South Asian and/or Muslim populations (Chantler et al 2009: 589; Oprea 2005), however contrary to these assertions, forced marriage is not a problem specific to one specific country or culture. Dr Rowland Seymour – an academic from Birmingham University has recently completed some research about where forced marriage is happening in Nottinghamshire and he would love to share his findings with you, alongside delivering a short training session he has developed in conjunction with Karma Nirvana, a national charity tackling honour-based abuse. It is 2 hour introductory session being delivered via MS Teams.

Training Course date: Thursday, February 22, 2024

NSCP Safeguarding Children Today Level 3

This event will now be provided virtually over 2.5 hours. Provides an essential update for managers and staff whose roles and responsibilities involve safeguarding children.

Training Course date: Tuesday, March 19, 2024

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Thursday, March 21, 2024

NSCP Intra-Familial Child Sexual Abuse Level 3

This one-day introductory course provides an overview of the key issues needed to support professionals who work in collaboration with other agencies in identifying and responding to intra-familial child sexual abuse. It aims to support professionals to improve your understanding of child sexual abuse within the family environment, help you to better identify signs and indicators, respond more effectively to protect children, and clarify your role as a professional when children disclose. 

Training Course date: Wednesday, April 17, 2024

NSCP Volatile Substance Use Level 3

This event is delivered by Re-Solv (Solvent Abuse Charity) and aims to clarify what is volatile substance misuse and also considers the products of misuse, methods and effects e.g. gases, aerosols, laughing gas, poppers, glue etc

Training Course date: Wednesday, April 24, 2024

NSCP Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC) awareness and resource training Level 3

Disagreements and arguments are a normal part of relationships. However, when conflict between carers or parents – whether together or separated becomes frequentintense and is poorly resolved, it can have significant negative impacts on children’s mental health and long-term life chances. The aim of the training is to raise the awareness of parental conflict and its negative impact on children and families, to empower practitioners on how to identify and explore what parental conflict is and its impact on the families we support , and to recognise and have knowledge and access to the resources and support available for parents and carers to promote them improving communication and resolving disagreements more positively.

Training Course date: Wednesday, April 24, 2024

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Thursday, April 25, 2024

NSCP Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy and Safer Sleep for Babies Level 3

This training looks at the risk factors for Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy, the local picture in Nottinghamshire, drawing from data available from the last 12 years of the child Death Review process, and provides a summary of the key learning and messages from the national SUDI review.

Training Course date: Friday, April 26, 2024

NSCP Anti-Racist Practice Level 3

The Black Lives Matters movement over the last couple of years has really raised the profile of racial equality and encouraged discussions about anti-racist practice and allyship in wider society and in the workplace. This event aims to help practitioners have a better understanding of racism, anti-racism,and what is meant by white privilege. The event will offer the opportunity  to consider intercultural communication when working with both children and families and work colleagues from different cultures or backgrounds. It will provide a relaxed, safe space to discuss  issues around racism and consider how anti-racism will help with your practice. It is for any practitioners and managers who work with children & families. This event is being offered via MS Teams and is 3 hours long.

Training Course date: Tuesday, April 30, 2024

NSCP Safeguarding Children Growing up in a Connected Word Level 3

This new short course is 2.5 hours and is available via Microsoft Teams. 

It will provide practitioners with an overview of the emerging risks and threats facing children and young people as they grow up in the digital world. 

Training Course date: Wednesday, May 1, 2024

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Tuesday, May 21, 2024

NSCP Intra-Familial Child Sexual Abuse Level 3

This one-day introductory course provides an overview of the key issues needed to support professionals who work in collaboration with other agencies in identifying and responding to intra-familial child sexual abuse. It aims to support professionals to improve your understanding of child sexual abuse within the family environment, help you to better identify signs and indicators, respond more effectively to protect children, and clarify your role as a professional when children disclose. 

Training Course date: Tuesday, June 4, 2024

NSCP Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC) awareness and resource training Level 3

Disagreements and arguments are a normal part of relationships. However, when conflict between carers or parents – whether together or separated becomes frequentintense and is poorly resolved, it can have significant negative impacts on children’s mental health and long-term life chances. The aim of the training is to raise the awareness of parental conflict and its negative impact on children and families, to empower practitioners on how to identify and explore what parental conflict is and its impact on the families we support , and to recognise and have knowledge and access to the resources and support available for parents and carers to promote them improving communication and resolving disagreements more positively.

Training Course date: Thursday, June 6, 2024

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Wednesday, June 12, 2024

NSCP Safeguarding Children Today Level 3

This event is provided virtually over 2.5 hours. Provides an essential update for managers and staff whose roles and responsibilities involve safeguarding children

Training Course date: Tuesday, June 18, 2024

NSCP Volatile Substance Use Level 3

This event is delivered by Re-Solv (Solvent Abuse Charity) and aims to clarify what is volatile substance misuse and also considers the products of misuse, methods and effects e.g. gases, aerosols, laughing gas, poppers, glue etc

Training Course date: Tuesday, June 25, 2024

NSCP Anti-Racist Practice Level 3

The Black Lives Matters movement over the last couple of years has really raised the profile of racial equality and encouraged discussions about anti-racist practice and allyship in wider society and in the workplace. This event aims to help practitioners have a better understanding of racism, anti-racism,and what is meant by white privilege. The event will offer the opportunity  to consider intercultural communication when working with both children and families and work colleagues from different cultures or backgrounds. It will provide a relaxed, safe space to discuss  issues around racism and consider how anti-racism will help with your practice. It is for any practitioners and managers who work with children & families. This event is being offered via MS Teams and is 3 hours long.

Training Course date: Tuesday, July 2, 2024

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Thursday, July 11, 2024

NSCP Volatile Substance Use Level 3

This event is delivered by Re-Solv (Solvent Abuse Charity) and aims to clarify what is volatile substance misuse and also considers the products of misuse, methods and effects e.g. gases, aerosols, laughing gas, poppers, glue etc

Training Course date: Tuesday, September 3, 2024

NSCP Reducing Parental Conflict (RPC) awareness and resource training Level 3

Disagreements and arguments are a normal part of relationships. However, when conflict between carers or parents – whether together or separated becomes frequentintense and is poorly resolved, it can have significant negative impacts on children’s mental health and long-term life chances. The aim of the training is to raise the awareness of parental conflict and its negative impact on children and families, to empower practitioners on how to identify and explore what parental conflict is and its impact on the families we support , and to recognise and have knowledge and access to the resources and support available for parents and carers to promote them improving communication and resolving disagreements more positively.

Training Course date: Wednesday, September 4, 2024

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Wednesday, September 11, 2024

NSCP Safeguarding Children Today Level 3

This event is provided virtually over 2.5 hours. Provides an essential update for managers and staff whose roles and responsibilities involve safeguarding children

Training Course date: Wednesday, September 18, 2024

NSCP Anti-Racist Practice Level 3

The Black Lives Matters movement over the last couple of years has really raised the profile of racial equality and encouraged discussions about anti-racist practice and allyship in wider society and in the workplace. This event aims to help practitioners have a better understanding of racism, anti-racism,and what is meant by white privilege. The event will offer the opportunity  to consider intercultural communication when working with both children and families and work colleagues from different cultures or backgrounds. It will provide a relaxed, safe space to discuss  issues around racism and consider how anti-racism will help with your practice. It is for any practitioners and managers who work with children & families. This event is being offered via MS Teams and is 3 hours long.

Training Course date: Monday, September 23, 2024

NSCP Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy and Safer Sleep for Babies Level 3

This training looks at the risk factors for Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy, the local picture in Nottinghamshire, drawing from data available from the last 12 years of the child Death Review process, and provides a summary of the key learning and messages from the national SUDI review.

Training Course date: Wednesday, October 9, 2024

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Tuesday, October 15, 2024

NSCP Safeguarding Children Today Level 3

This event is provided virtually over 2.5 hours. Provides an essential update for managers and staff whose roles and responsibilities involve safeguarding children

Training Course date: Thursday, November 7, 2024

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Thursday, November 14, 2024

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Monday, December 2, 2024

NSCP Safeguarding Children Today Level 3

This event is provided virtually over 2.5 hours. Provides an essential update for managers and staff whose roles and responsibilities involve safeguarding children

Training Course date: Wednesday, January 8, 2025

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Wednesday, January 15, 2025

NSCP Safeguarding Children Today Level 3

This event is provided virtually over 2.5 hours. Provides an essential update for managers and staff whose roles and responsibilities involve safeguarding children

Training Course date: Tuesday, March 11, 2025

NSCP Working together to Safeguard Children Level 3

It is a pre-requisite of this course that you must complete NSCP Working Together to Safeguard Children - pre course eLearning . N.B. You will NOT be able to book onto this course until you have completed the pre course e Learning. 

Training Course date: Monday, March 17, 2025

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