Training Update April/May 2021
We are currently going through a period of transition within the KBSP training team. For this reason we have needed to put the KBSP training programme on hold until further notice.
However we are in the process of organising a very limited amount of the Working Together course and the Advanced Child Protection Training for Safeguarding Leads & Specialist Practitioners with a freelance trainer who has delivered these courses with us previously. These courses are for those with refreshers outstanding from 2020 and any staff in urgent need of safeguarding training ONLY (e.g. a new job role, etc). If this relates to you please download the ‘‘KBSP Application Form 2021 - 2022’’ below and send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure to complete ALL fields of the application form including invoicing details and any specific requirements (including your working hours). Any missing information means your application will not be processed.
The Working Together course is our old ‘initial/intro’ course and sits as a NHS level 3 equivalent.
The Advanced Course is for DSL’s and specialist practitioners and is at the same level.
If you have not attended the Working Together course previously you will need to attend this before attending the Advanced course.
You can also email us at email@example.com with your name, job title, organisation and the email address you would like us to contact you through and we will add you to the KBSP training mailing list for updates and bulletins - Continued updates will be sent to all of those currently on our mailing list regarding further available training.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and we thank you for your patience as we make these new changes.
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For access to free E-Learning safeguarding courses please see links available on the Training Resources page.
The KBSP Inter-agency Training Programme has been made to help people learn and better understand how to keep others safe.
We work hard to give quality training in a safe and thoughtful environment. We also like to help people to learn new things for their own personal development.
Doing training in mixed groups has been proven to build relationships between different work-places, which is important for multi-agency working. It also means that people can share their experiences and learn from each other.
Video calling is now being used for training. This is called a Webinar. The Webinars are focused on keeping people safe, called Safeguarding. The Webinars are free and are a good place for everyone to think about how they can improve the way they keep people safe. To see upcoming webinars please visit the Webinar page.