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Training and resources

The LSCB training workshops are now accessed via our new Learning Zone website. The Learning Centre site is no longer in use.

Local authority employees: please select the Learning Zone via your ESS or ESS lite.

Please note Hammersmith and Fulham and some Westminster employees may not currently be able to see any LSCB workshops, if you cannot see the workshops, please email lscb@rbkc.gov.uk to book on to a workshop. We are sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.

Non-local authority employees (police, teachers, GPs etc): to register to use the new booking system, please email lscb@rbkc.gov.uk with the following information:

  • full name
  • role
  • name and address of your organisation
  • which workshop you would like to book (if known)

We will reply with your organisation’s registration details and full instructions on how to book. We aim to respond to these requests within 5 working days.

All existing workshops booked before 28 November will be honoured.

To cancel a booking, please email lscb@rbkc.gov.uk with full details and 'cancellation' in the email subject.

For help with booking workshops, please see this how to book guide:

 

The LSCB training programme

Our programme offers a wide variety of courses throughout the year to meet yours or your staff needs.

For current workshops, updates and events download the latest LSCB Training Brochure. 

LSCB Training Brochure 2018 to 2019 [PDF] (file size 1.99 MB)

You can also download the LSCB Training Calendar for more courses.

LSCB Training Calendar 2018 to 2019 [PDF] (file size 253.62 KB)

 


Training newsletters

LSCB Young People Annual Report 2012/13 [PDF] (file size 524.08 KB)
LSCB Training newsletter April 2017 [PDF] (file size 435.43 KB)

For any enquiries regarding learning and development please contact:

Darren Williams
LSCB Learning and Development Administrator
Email: darren.williams@lbhf.gov.uk
Telephone: 020 8753 5317

Laura Beard 
LSCB Multi-agency Trainer
Email: laura.beard@rbkc.gov.uk
Telephone: 07739 315875


Previous training newsletters

The Training newsletters will offer regular updates about our programme, as well as learning opportunities and news available from other sources that may be of interest to you and your colleagues.

Previous newsletters

LSCB Training Newsletter: January 2018 [PDF] (file size 741.51 KB)
LSCB Training Newsletter: September 2017 [PDF] (file size 872.9 KB)
LSCB Training Newsletter: February 2015 [PDF] (file size 361.75 KB)
LSCB Training Newsletter: September 2014 [PDF] (file size 335.5 KB)
LSCB Training Newsletter: July 2014 [PDF] (file size 323.44 KB)

Learning review

Learning reviews include learning from national and local Serious Case Reviews and Managment Reviews.

Case Learning Newsletter (July 2015) [PDF] (file size 517.28 KB)
Case Learning Newsletter (February 2015) [PDF] (file size 348.36 KB)
Case Learning Newsletter (September 2014) [PDF] (file size 641.38 KB)

Try 'Bite Size' learning

The guides below use short scenario-based learning to give managers a way to explore how staff engage with service users. It allows you tackle particular topics that you feel staff would benefit from spending extra time on.

Visit the 'Bite Size' Learning page.


Suggest a course or ask a question

The training calendar and how to book guide should take you through everything you need to know. But if you have a question it can't answer or want to suggest further courses that can be delivered for a multi-agency audience please do contact us.

Darren Williams
LSCB Learning and Development Administrator
Email: darren.williams@lbhf.gov.uk
Telephone: 020 8753 5317

Laura Beard
LSCB Multi-agency Trainer
Email: laura.beard@rbkc.gov.uk
Telephone: 07739 315875


Are you worried about a child or young person?

If you want to report any abuse or discuss concerns in relation to children and young people please contact:

Hammersmith and Fulham - tel: 020 8753 6610
Kensington and Chelsea - socialservices@rbkc.gov.uk or tel: 020 7361 3013
Westminster - accesstochildrensservices@westminster.gov.uk or tel: 020 7641 4000

In an emergency call the police on 999.