Our Training Programme

We have a large range of courses available – click on the course name to find out further details, pre-requisites and booking details.

Safeguarding Induction Training

Working Together to Safeguard Children Induction

SSCB Multi-Agency Core Training

Foundation Module 1
Multi Agency Safeguarding Children

Foundation Module 2
Child Protection Plans and Core Groups


SSCB Multi-Agency Specialist Course

Building Professional Confidence in Responding to Self Harm

Children and Young People Who Harm Sexually – An Introduction

Child Death Review Process in Surrey and the Lessons Learnt: The role and responsibilities of professionals involved in child deaths

Child Sexual Exploitation
Level 2

Child Trafficking

The Dynamic Management of Neglect

Engaging Fathers and Significant Males in Safeguarding Children

Honour Based Violence  Forced
Marriage and FGM

Healthy Outcomes for Children who are Looked After (Pilot Training) Managing Allegations against Staff and Volunteers

Online Safety

Parental Substance Misuse and its Impact on Children

Professional Challenge

Understanding and Working With Children and Young People Affected by Sexual Abuse

Raising awareness of abuse linked to faith and spirituality

Serious Case Reviews: Methodologies
and Participation

Safeguarding Disabled Children

Safeguarding Disabled Children with a focus on Children with Autism

Safer Surrey Workshops Signs of Safety Workshops
Serious Case Reviews Workshops

SSCB Conference: Under the Radar 2017

Train the Trainers
(SSCB Foundation Module 1 and 2)

Train the Trainers – Working Together to Safeguard Children, CSE and Cultural Competence

Trainers Update

Working Together to Safeguard Romani and Traveller Children

Working with Disguised Compliance and Intimidation in Child Protection

Other multi agency training


Domestic Abuse: Legal Framework
(Half day)
Domestic Abuse: Understanding the Multi-Agency Approach (One day) Domestic Abuse: Safely Engaging With Perpetrators
(One day)

Domestic Abuse within the Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual & Transgender Population (Half day)

Domestic Abuse: Working with Children Affected by Domestic Abuse
(Two days)
Early Help Training
Early Help Assessments and Team around the Family
Gypsy Romani Traveller Cultural Awareness Training
Surrey Safeguarding Adults Board training programme Surrey Supporting Families Courses


Everybody’s Business

Basic child and adolescent mental health awareness for professionals and volunteers who work directly with children and young people Multi-agency Training (Two-days)

Everybody’s Business is training from Surrey County Council for:
– Identifying and supporting factors which contribute to good mental health in children and young people
– To be able to identify signs that a child or young person is struggling with their mental health
– To be able to clarify your role and responsibility within your agency in responding at an early stage to a child or young person
– To be able to access or signpost appropriate services to support the child or young person, and understand what CAMHS can offer.

The dates are for two day courses starting 14th July, 17th July, 25th July, 8th September, 3rd October, 5th October and 24th October 2017.
To apply for a place on these courses contact: ssctraining.enquiries@surreycc.gov.uk

You will need to apply for the place via application form which is linked below.

Training Application Form


GRT Cultural Awareness training

Half day courses are now in place on the following dates from SCC:

Tues 3rd Oct Ash Youth Centre

Tues 7th Nov Focus Youth Centre, Epsom

Weds 6th Dec Ash YC

Weds 17th Jan Focus YC, Epsom

Thurs 8th Feb Ash YC

Tues 6th March Focus YC, Epsom

Directly employed by SCC – please apply online via MyLearning (just do search for ‘Gypsy’)

Not directly employed by SCC – please apply via Surrey Skills Academy: http://surreyskillsacademy.learningpool.com/mod/page/view.php?id=796


Action for Carers – Free Training Sessions for Professionals and Managers

Action for carers are offering free training sessions for Professionals & Managers involved in the Caring sector – health, social services, education, voluntary, etc., which are being held in Surrey from April – July 2018.

The sessions provide the opportunities to meet, share, challenge and explore ideas with other professionals across services. Please see the below information about the courses on offer.

  1. Because Carers Count trainingThis is a popular multi agency carer awareness course which forms the foundation of all other carer related courses and are a must for anyone involved directly or indirectly with any form of service, support or intervention to ensure good practise in working with clients and families.
  2. Think Carer Think Family – Making it Real for Families and Young Carers This workshop explores how the Care Act 2014 & the Children & Families Act 2014 makes the rights of Carers including Parent Carers and Young Carers stronger and also, examine how you can take a more ‘whole family’ approach so as to prevent carer breakdown and ensure a stable environment for the cared for adult or child.

If interested please contact the Action for Carers Training Team on Training@actionforcarers.org.uk or phone 01883 626264. They have a booking form process so please click the above links for the form/flyers and contact their team who will be able to advise.