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COVID-19: Virtual Learning

HSCP takes the safety and welfare of frontline professionals seriously. Therefore, due to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, all face-to-face training is suspended.

The HSCP has launched a virtual multi-agency learning platform, free to all professionals working with families and children who live in the Hampshire Local Authority area.

The learning platform, consisting of virtual courses, webinars, and e-learning materials, will support core learning on safeguarding Hampshire’s children. These courses will be continually added to over the coming months and will be available to book on the HSCP events booking page.

To browse what is currently on offer and to book your place click here.


What courses do you offer?

HSCP offers fully-funded multi-agency events that bring professionals together to develop knowledge and skills, emphasising the benefits of working together to deliver positive outcomes for children and families. HSCP have produced a Training Brochure that includes the learning outcomes for each multi-agency course.


How can I book on HSCP training?

Each member of staff wishing to attend our multi-agency safeguarding training will need to register for a new account at the HSCP Event Booking Landing Page. Please note that you can’t book multiple tickets for the same course or book on someone’s behalf; an individual account needs to be created for each person.

It is important when setting up accounts that staff select the correct sector and organisation from the drop-down. If your organisation is not listed, please contact hscpevents@hants.gov.uk


Who can access HSCP training?

All professionals/practitioners working in any of the following organisations can access our fully-funded multi-agency events:

  • Hampshire County Council (All Departments)
  • Hampshire Constabulary
  • Hampshire’s Clinical Commissioning Groups (West Hampshire, North Hampshire, North East Hampshire and Farnham, South Eastern Hampshire, Fareham and Gosport)
  • Health Providers Commissioned to Deliver Services to Children Resident in the Hampshire Local Authority Area
  • Maintained, Academy and Independent Primary, Secondary and Special Schools (including Alternative Provision/Pupil Referral Units) in the Hampshire Local Authority Area
  • Nurseries, Preschools and Child Minders in the Hampshire Local Authority Area
  • Post 16 Colleges Providing Education to Children Resident in the Hampshire Local Authority Area
  • District/Borough/City Councils (Including Commissioned Services)
  • Hampshire Fire & Rescue Service
  • Ministry of Defence
  • National Probation Service
  • NHS England (Wessex)
  • Hampshire & Isle of Wight CRC
  • Winchester Diocese
  • Portsmouth Diocese
  • CAFCASS
  • A number of free spaces are allocated to voluntary sector organisations

Allocation of places

Places are allocated on a first come first serve basis, although selection and prioritisation may be undertaken to ensure multi-agency representation.