NYSCB Training

“We will listen to the views of children and young people and their families, and work together to ensure they feel safe and North Yorkshire is a happy place to live.”

In accordance with Working Together (2015) the NYSCB maintains a Learning and Improvement Framework. To support or vision and the Learning and Improvement Framework we aim to increase staff morale and confidence, enabling good practice.  A key to enabling this is to provide high quality training to staff working with children and young people.

The way in which the NYSCB delivers its training is changing.  As of 1 April 2017 any non-North Yorkshire County Council professional who has accessed training through the Learning Zone can no longer use this service. 

The NYSCB's new Learning Management System delivered by the Virtual College launches from 1 April 2017.  With this a suite of new e-learning courses will be available covering a variety of subjects.  NYSCB e-learning courses are available to everyone.  Training courses are free to professionals working in the public sector, as well as all schools (maintained, independent, academies and free).  Private sector workers and anyone working with children and young people outside of North Yorkshire can also access training for a small fee per course.  Information regarding our charging polices is available from:

http://www.safeguardingchildren.co.uk/learning-improvement/cancellation-charging-policy

A complete list of all NYSCB training courses and links to book onto courses is available from:

http://www.safeguardingchildren.co.uk/learning-improvement/training-courses

You can also see our training calendar which shows what courses are available throughout the year from:

http://www.safeguardingchildren.co.uk/learning-improvement/training-calendar

To register for an NYSCB Course please visit:

https://nyscb.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk

If you are experiencing difficulties or have any questions please see our frequently asked questions page by visiting:

http://www.safeguardingchildren.co.uk/learning-improvement/training-faqs

 

PLEASE NOTE:

The new NYSCB Learning Management System launches on 1 April 2017.  All NYSCB training, both classroom and e-learning will be booked through this system.  To undertake an e-learning course or book a place on an NYSCB classroom based course please register at https://nyscb.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk.

NYSCB CLASSROOM COURSES WILL BE ABLE TO BE BOOKED FROM THE WEEK COMMENCING 3 ARPIL 2017. 

 

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