What’s available and how do I book?
The SSCP provides fully funded multi-agency learning events; including online training, webinars, workshops and e-learning. These events bring professionals together to develop knowledge and skills and emphasise the benefits of working together to deliver positive outcomes for children and families.
The majority of training is taking place online with some face to face sessions as we have moved through the pandemic.
To find out more about upcoming training and to book please see our Eventbrite page at http://SSCP.eventbrite.com
Please do let us know if you are unable to attend training as we are striving to ensure course places are used effectively (contact details below).
Who can access SSCP training?
Southampton City Council (All departments)
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Constabulary
Hampshire, Southampton & IOW Clinical Commissioning Group
Commissioned Health Providers
Maintained, Academy and Independent Primary, Secondary and Special Schools
Early Years providers
Hampshire Fire & Rescue
National Probation Service
A number of free spaces are allocated to voluntary sector and sporting organisations
Allocation of places and non-attendance
Places are allocated on a first come first served basis, although selection and prioritisation may be undertaken to ensure multi-agency representation.
If unable to attend a pre-booked course, please provide the SSCP with 48 hours’ notice to avoid incurring a non-attendance fee by emailing [email protected]. This will also allow another attendee to take your place at the training, as there are often waiting lists.
Following training we ask that you complete a quick and easy feedback form which will be emailed to you, in order to allow the training offered to be monitored and improved.
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the SSCP using the email address below.
Email: [email protected]
Prevent Duty Training
New Government Prevent Duty Training (February 2023) is available here. This training which will help you to support people vulnerable to radicalisation, and is for people working in sectors covered by the Prevent duty, such as education, health, local authorities, police, prisons, probation and youth justice. Other sectors that are not covered may also complete the training.