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PSCB Multi-Agency Safeguarding Training

PSCB offer a range of safeguarding children training courses. Please see the booklet below to find out details of courses.

PSCB Training booklet

Allocation of places

Delegates need to use the booking form below to book on any of the courses. Places on courses will generally be on a first come, first served basis although the some selection and prioritisation may need to be carried out to ensure that courses have multi-agency attendance and that key groups of staff receive training as promptly as possible.

Booking Form

Course fees

Places are free for many organisations in Portsmouth as PSCB partner agencies contribute to the training programme on behalf of a range of sectors, including Health, Local Authority, Probation, Police, and Not for Profit. Schools can sign up to our Traded Services or Pay as you Go arrangements.

Cancellation charges

There will be a cancellation charge for delegates who fail to attend the training courses. Please see the PSCB Training booklet for full terms and conditions before booking on a course.

Quick Glance – Current Courses available
E Learning

  • Basic Awareness
  • SAF Awareness
  • Information Sharing
  • Child Sexual Exploitation
  • Children with Disabilities

Taught Courses

  • Early Help
  • Child Protection Module
  • Supervision Module
  • Manager’s Module
  • Child Sexual Exploitation and Trafficking

Course for Schools

  • Basic Awareness Safeguarding Children – whole school INSET session
  • Designated Safeguarding Lead Refresher Module

For further enquiries about the training programme, please call our office on 02392 688338 or email pscbtraining@portsmouthcc.gov.uk. Please note that we operate term-time only.

Please contact the Portsmouth Safeguarding Adults Board for information on the training courses they have available.

New PREVENT Training – please access details on the PREVENT e-learning course and training for professionals on the Safer Portsmouth Partnership website.

Information on Mental Health First Aid courses being run in October/November 2017 can be found here.