This page contains information about:
• The LSCB training brochure for 2013-14
• A free basic/foundation level e-learning package
• Other e-Learning resources
• The London Safeguarding Children Board Training Pack
Application for any of the LSCB courses outlined in this brochure can be made online via the ‘Training’ section of our website www.lambethscb.org.uk
Please note that if you book courses that take place after July, you will receive confirmation in early June.
To apply for courses provided by other agencies (VAWG and CAF training), please contact those departments directly, contact details are given with information on the courses.
If you have any difficulty applying or have any other query regarding our courses, please contact:
LSCB Training Administrator
Working with Young People Affiliated with Gangs 4th of March 2013 presentations.
Presentations for the Gangs Event held on Monday 4th of March can be accessed below.
The contact details of the speakers at the Event are available here.
Training Bochure April 2013 - March 2014
Please ensure that you book a minimum of 8 working days before the training date in order that we can guarantee confirmation.
The LSCB Training Brochure for 2013/2014, giving details of free safeguarding children training is now available. The brochure gives details of courses available between 1st April 2013 and 31st March 2014.
The training is very popular and early booking is advised.
Lambeth Safeguarding Children Board courses are free of charge to all partner agencies and non profit organisations. However their will be a subsidised charge of £120 per person per course (or per day whichever is greater) for Academy schools and large organisations who charge the Local Authority to provide specialist services, (where applicable this will be determined LSCB Training and Development Manager).
We require 5 working days notice of any cancellation. Cancellations made outside of this period or non-attendance on the day will incur a fee of £50.00 per day. This fee will be payable regardless of the reason for non-attendance or late cancellation.
The Training Brochure is regularly updated throughout the year so remember to keep an eye on it for new courses.
If you experience any difficulty making an application please contact: The Professional Development Centre, International House, Canterbury Crescent London SW9 7QE (0207 926 9128)
LSCB Level 1 Safeguarding Children Training
LSCB Level 1 safeguarding children training is now offered exclusively in the form of an e-learning package. The LSCB has recently purchased an updated version of the KWANGO safeguarding training which is compliant with Working Together to Safeguard Children 2010.
The training package can be used to assist agencies with their initial safeguarding induction for staff and volunteers. It should be used to support the immediate provision of basic information to staff and volunteers prior to accessing training within their own agency or via the multi-agency courses provided by LSCB. The Safeguarding Children e-learning package is designed to help staff and volunteers to:
How to use the e learning package
1. Go to the Kwango website
2. The first time you login click on Create an Account (underneath the Username and Password boxes on the right hand side) and fill in the details as follows.
Email address: Enter your work email address
Password: Create your own password
Confirm Password: Confirm your password
Organsiational Code: Enter the following code: lamblscb
3. When you have logged in successfully you will need to enter the following details
Area of work: Choose the option that describes the agency where you are employed
You are now ready to begin the e-learning training course.
Other E-Learning Resources
National Forced Marriage E-learning Tool
The Forced Marriage Unit has developed an e-learning tool to support professionals dealing with forced marriage cases. The tool has been designed to compliment the multi-agency practice guidelines that the FMU launched last summer. The e-learning tool can be accessed by clicking here www.fmelearning.co.uk
If you have any queries then please contact Suzelle Dickson from the Forced Marriage Unit on 020 7008 8759
Safe Network E-Learning Resources
Reduced rate child protection training is available for the third sector, which includes charities, community and voluntary groups and social enterprise organisations.
EduCare provides reduced rate online child protection training for not-for-profit organisations through the Safe Network.
The reduced rate online child protection training offer allows any not-for-profit organisations to complete a variety of the following EduCare programmes, subject to availability.
All training is presented in an online learning format and is subject to availability. For more information and to order a training pack, please visit the Safe Network website at
London Safeguarding Children Board - Induction Training Pack
The London Board Training Subgroup has produced a training pack to be used by experienced trainers for those workers/volunteers within any organisation who are in contact/work with children and young people and adults who are parents/carers. These will be people who are in a position to identify concerns about maltreatment, including those which may arise from the use of the Common Assessment Framework.
The pack is designed to be delivered flexibly as a two or three hour event to large or small groups. The nature and level of participant involvement, together with the way in which the exercises within the pack are executed will depend on group size and the time available to deliver the training.
The training pack and associated resources can be found at www.londonscb.gov.uk/training_subgroup/
The Lambeth Training Brochure includes a 'Training for Trainers' course for those wishing to use the London Safeguarding Children Board material.
Free Online Child Trafficking Training Course
A new online Child Trafficking Training Course from CFAB (Children and Families Across Borders) is free and available to use at the following link. This training module is intended for all staff who may come across trafficked children. For those organisations with employee access to youtube a short demonstration on how to get the most from the course is available at the following link.