Becoming an SSCB Trainer
SSCB are always looking for new trainers who can deliver multi agency safeguarding training to professionals in Surrey. This is a chance to further develop your skills and knowledge and a fantastic continued professional development (CPD) opportunity. If you would like to become a trainer, we would provide you with three days’ training to equip you with the skills to deliver Working Together Safeguard Children introduction, Foundation Module 1 and Foundation Module 2. We would provide you with support by giving you the opportunity to observe experienced trainers as well as observing you in practice. Once you have completed the Train the Trainers course and had opportunity to observe an experienced trainer, you will become part of the SSCB Trainers Pool.
Practitioners usually offer a minimum of 2 (days) training sessions per year, as part of their offer to the SSCB, with agreement of their manager to enable them to be released from their usual role.
What is the SSCB Trainers Pool?
The SSCB Trainers Pool is a bank of experienced and qualified trainers who deliver multi-agency Foundation Modules on behalf of the SSCB. The pool is made up of a range of professionals from partner agencies of the SSCB as well as freelance trainers.
To join the SSCB Trainers Pool, trainers must have completed the SSCB Foundation Modules as well as attended both Train the Trainers courses. These are the two day Train the Trainers – Working Together to Safeguard Children and the two day Train the Trainers – Foundation Modules. If you are interested in joining the pool please contact us for an initial conversation.