Lambeth Safeguarding Children Board training details for March – September 2019.
Lambeth are keen for as many to attend as possible. Eligibility is workers or residents in Lambeth, so you are welcome to share the attachment with professional colleagues who meet one or both of these requirements.
Spaces are limited, Please find list of training below:
Multi-Agency Safeguarding Training (Working Together) (Level Three)
21 March 2019
7 May 2019
23 May 2019
19 June 2019
Designated Lead Professional (Level Three)
Relational & Developmental Trauma (Early childhood trauma) (Level Three)
Impact of Domestic Violence on Children and Young People (Level Three) (2 day course)
Day One – 14 March
Day Two – 19 March
Parental Learning Disabilities and Safeguarding Children (Level Three)
2 July 2019
No Recourse to Public Funds and Safeguarding Children (Level Three)
13 March 2019
9 July 2019
Safeguarding Across Faiths and Cultures
11 September 2019
Safeguarding Children at Risk of Radicalisation and Extremism (Level Three)
26 March 2019
17 July 2019
Reflective Supervision for Managers (Level six) (2 day course)
Day One – 17 September 2019
Day Two – 24 September 2019
Lambeth Safeguarding Children Board training and registration procedures.
To see the Lambeth Safeguarding Children Board training programme
To register for online e-learning for level 1 and level 2 training
To register for Lambeth class training for level 3 and specialist training
Users must select ‘Safeguarding Childrens Board’ as the Sector, Service and Group. If users don’t do this the account cannot be managed by LSCB, and students may not be able to see the safeguarding children courses. Students will need to sign up again using the correct information.
All bookings are taken through the Learning Pool. Bookings are not confirmed until they have been approved by a manager or designated LSCB person:
For guidance on making bookings
To log on to Lambeth learning once registered:
To reset the learning pool password
To contact learning pool support
Phone: 0845 0744 114.
To track your learning pool training account and course bookings made
then enter your credentials to gain access.
To download a copy of your certificate from the Learning Pool Website
Ø Log In
Ø My Learning (pink bar)
Ø Record of Learning
Ø Select relevant Session
Ø Complete Evaluation Questionnaire
Ø Topic 1 or 2 Will allow you to download your certificate
To contact Lambeth Safeguarding Children Board training team
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