COVID-19: Training Update
Due to COVID-10 restrictions, all SVPP courses are now virtual. This means spaces are more limited. If you are not successful in you application you can join a waiting list and places will be assigned when they become available.
In addition to the elearning modules found in the learning catalogue, further training opportunities to update safeguarding knowledge and skills are available from national organisations providing webinars and e-learning opportunities free of charge. Other learning options, from external providers, are outlined HERE. Online training options for education settings are outlined HERE.
What Training is Right for Me?
The SVPP recommends that all those working with children, young people and/or parents/carers should access training in child protection and safeguarding. This should include training as part of their agency induction and refresher training at least every three years. The exception to this guidance is for Designated Leads in Education settings who are required to refresh training every two years. Information on courses suitable to update training can be found HERE See the multi agency training brochure for information on available courses.
Please click the links below to see course dates. Please note this includes Adult Safeguarding Workshop dates.
Schools and early years settings
Schools guidance has been developed by Wiltshire Council Safeguarding Effectiveness Advisers (SEA) and identifies what schools and early years settings need to do to comply with current statutory guidance and local best practice. This includes information and guidance on safeguarding and child protection training requirements. From September 2020 additional training options are available for Designated Leads in Education. As an alternative to the SVPP CP for DSLs training, the SEA team are offering four modules to support training requirements for safeguarding leads. A flowchart outlining training routes for DSLs in Education can be found here.
Module 1: Designated Safeguarding Leads and Deputies Safeguarding Induction
Module 2: Exploring Early Help and multi agency support
Module 3: Exploring MASH referrals – thresholds and quality referrals
Module 4: Serious Case Reviews- lessons learnt
Course details can be found on the booking system.
Booking for all SVPP e-learning and virtual classroom training is via the Virtual College learning management system. Although courses may be labelled ‘face to face’ in the learning catalogue these are ALL virtual classroom courses for the foreseeable future. Please CLICK HERE to access the booking system. If you already have an account you can log in and open requested learning tab. If you do not have an account click on register and follow the instructions.
Allocation of training places
Once you have applied for a place we will contact you to confirm your place on the course. This process is to ensure that the right people are on the right course pre-requisites have been fulfilled
- £75 per person for half-day training
- £100 per person for a full-day course
- SEA DSL modules £60 each
- E-learning courses are FREE of charge
Any delegate failing to attend a course or cancelling a place without 10 working days notice will incur the following charges:
£75 for a one day course and £50 for a half day course.
For all queries regarding the training programme please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
For technical difficulties in accessing your Virtual College account please contact email@example.com