How to Access Learning
How to apply for training
You can book onto a training course through the email addresses provided within the training programme. However, please see below the booking and contact information if you need assistance in applying for a training course.
A place on any course can't be guaranteed, but please note the course date/s in your diary and submit your application as soon as possible.
Places on courses will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Confirmation of places on training courses will be sent to applicants 3 weeks before the course date. Please contact the relevant training team if you haven't heard anything 2 weeks prior to the course date.
It is good practice to keep your own training team notified of applications you make direct to other authorities. This enables them to keep an accurate record of your training.
Cancellations should be made no later than 5 working days before the course date.
If you don't attend the course, without good reason, your organisation will be charged the full cost of providing the training place.
In some cases this may be in excess of the agreed charge for the course.
General course guidelines
The start/end time of the training session will be clearly listed on the training programme.
Delegates should arrive at the venue 15 minutes before the start for registration.
- Please inform the training team of any specific learning / mobility/ religious requirements you may have
- Please complete the Individual Evaluation Forms at the end of each session, if offered
- Certificates will be issued on satisfactory completion of the training
This training programme:
Has been designed for all staff and volunteers from all agencies and organisations who work with children, young people and their families
- Has been developed across Berkshire West through the Learning and Development sub-group of the BWSCP
- Demonstrates the BWSCP commitment to providing a comprehensive, quality assured and effective training programme across Berkshire West
- Is for those people who come in contact with children and young people and those who work with adults who are parent/s or carers
- Reflects the training needs as identified by the training sub group, these include current developments and changes in policies and practice
- Offers training to increase participant’s knowledge and skills in the area of Safeguarding and Child Protection
- Aims to build and strengthen working relationships between agencies, in order to promote and deliver high quality service provision that will provide better outcomes for children and young people
- Will be published and distributed on an annual basis and the contents of the training programme
- Aims to promote anti-discriminatory practice, and reflect cultural diversity and all courses should address these issues
Download Related Documents:
Berkshire West Learning and Development Training Programme 2019/20