Welcome to North Tyneside Safeguarding Children Partnership Training. Our latest training prospectus is available to view below alongside our charging policy. The training prospectus sets out the training on offer and contains a suggested training pathway, depending on your role within your organisation.
PLEASE NOTE – training is accessible via the North Tyneside Council Learning Pool which is only accessible to those working or volunteering with children, young people and their families who live in the borough.
Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Training
There is significant concern that the COVID -19 pandemic will have exacerbated the threat from modern slavery and human trafficking, with existing victims less visible due to the ongoing closure of some businesses and others at greater risk of becoming victims as their economic circumstances become more precarious as a result of the impact of COVID-19.
To help councils and other organisations which are legally responsible for identifying and referring victims, the Home Office has developed a new training module for first responders. The 45-minute programme can be accessed online, by clicking the following link :
This does not replace our existing e-learning programme, which is used for training all staff, but it is aimed at adding further support over the Covid period.
Safeguarding Children and Adults at Risk E-learning module.
In this e-learning module you will explore what safeguarding means in relation to children and adults at risk. You will also learn about relevant legislation and the way we deal with safeguarding within North Tyneside and how you can contribute to this.
Please allow 20 minutes to complete this module.
Documents relating to Training
Safeguarding Children Training Audit Tool
This safeguarding children training audit tool is for all organisations working with children, young people and families in North Tyneside. It is designed to support organisations to review their safeguarding children training arrangements, and to provide support and information to help address any gaps identified in their training programme.
When you have completed the audit, you should keep a copy so that you have a record of any actions which your organisation needs to do in order to improve safeguarding training practice.
The audit provides assurance to NTSCP that organisations have appropriate training in place, which is part of the Board’s responsibility to monitor the effectiveness of single agency training. We understand that in completing and returning the audit, that you are giving permission to share the information with NTSCP so that they can carry out their duty to monitor safeguarding arrangements across North Tyneside.
If you require further support or information from NTSCP, including on appropriate training available to your organisation, this can also be found our website at