Helping to keep children and young people safe in Derby and Derbyshire
The Derby and Derbyshire Safeguarding Children Partnership provides general and specialist courses to help build staff skills, knowledge, values and confidence when working with children, young people and families.
Courses are provided by a multi-agency pool of specialist trainers.
There are high quality additional training resources that have been developed to help you cover topics in your setting with staff and in some cases children and young people.
The DDSCP also quality assures independent safeguarding training providers so that organisations commissioning specific training packages can be confident that the training is good quality and up to date.
All face to face training has been cancelled until the end of March 2021. You will be able to access limited virtual and e-learning courses during this period. Please log-in to your training account or register to access these courses.
To book on all courses register or log in here.
You will need to register and create a user account. Please use the How to create a training account guide on setting up your account. Once you have done this, you will be able to:
Please note: delegates must create their own individual account. There is no facility for one person to create an account in their name and book places for multiple members of staff.
Choosing the right course for your role
Please ensure that you have carefully read your Training Pathway before booking a training place.
For agencies who make an annual financial contribution for DDSCP training, places are free. For all other agencies there is a charge of £95 for a full day and £50 for a half-day training session in Derby.
To assist you to choose please follow these steps:
Decide which courses are relevant to your role. Discuss and agree with your line manager which training course is appropriate to attend.
To find out which training courses which are right for your work role, please use these training pathways: