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Wednesday – Safeguarding Children Week 2023

Training Together

Workforce development is a core feature of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Safeguarding Children Partnerships. We develop responsive and customised multi-agency training opportunities, including webinars and eLearning, that are based on local and national themes from local child safeguarding practice reviews, audits, national legislation, research and findings.

Our fully funded training provides a unique opportunity for you to come together with other practitioners, both virtually and face-to-face, to develop knowledge and skills on specific safeguarding themes. Training together allows delegates to gain a greater understanding of each other’s roles and responsibilities to ensure collaborative working that safeguards children effectively.

With a huge range of different safeguarding themes, we are extremely proud of our learning and development offers and urge you to explore just some of the training we have coming up, including, but not limited to, learning on child sexual abuse, disguised compliance, harmful practices, child protection conferences, child exploitation, safeguarding infants and safeguarding adolescents.

Access Hampshire multi-agency training

Access Isle of Wight multi-agency training

For questions about our training, please contact us at (Hampshire) or (IOW).

Messages from senior managers

We have spoken to senior managers across our partner organisations to find out what safeguarding means to them. Play the video below to see what they had to say:

Cynthia Condliffe, Safeguarding Partner, IOWSCP

If you do one thing…

Make time to commit to your own learning and development.

Training as a multi-agency safeguarding workforce supports positive relationships and understanding. 

Access the training brochure using the links below:

IOW professionals

Hampshire professionals

Take a look at the If you do one thing section of the Safeguarding Children Week website to access all of our key messages for professionals.

Twitter posts will be posted throughout the day in support of Safeguarding Children Week – search for #Safeguardingchildren2023