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.

Important changes

As of the 1st October 2017 the Comprehensive Child Protection Pathway (CCPP) training will be provided by North Yorkshire County Council (NYCC) (Training and Learning Service) and subject to NYCC Training and Learning Service charges.  There is additional safeguarding training delivered by NYCC Training and Learning Service. 

NYSCB Partners will be able to access the CCPP course via the NYSCB website linked to North Yorkshire Education Services http://smartsolutions.northyorks.gov.uk/. The course provided by NYCC Training and Learning Service is endorsed by NYSCB and developed in conjunction with multi-agency partners.    

NYSCB is confident that the quality of courses provided under the NYSCB ‘umbrella’ continue to be of a high standard and the board will continue to support the ongoing development of courses in line with identified learning needs. 

NYSCB and NYCC Training and Learning Service are working to refresh and increase the Safeguarding Children courses available, and updates will be provided on the NYSCB website as this develops.

NYSCB will continue to offer the following free face to face courses which can be booked via: https://nyscb.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk 

  • NYSCB Child Death Reviews: Advanced Training for Rapid Response Teams
  • NYSCB Developments in Safeguarding: Managers' Master-class
  • NYSCB Managing Allegations Against Staff
  • NYSCB Briefings

Cost of Training

All e-learning courses are free for North Yorkshire professionals working in the public sector, voluntary sector, not for profit organisations and schools (maintained, independent, academies and free) unless explicitly stated and in accordance with our cancellation and charging policy. 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

Please see our cancellation and charging policy for more information (http://www.safeguardingchildren.co.uk/learning-improvement/cancellation-charging-policy).

How to register for access to NYSCB Training

In order to access NYSCB training you will need to create an account.  A system generated email will be sent to you with your username and password.  To register and book for all NYSCB courses please visit:https://nyscb.safeguardingchildrenea.co.uk 

NYSCB Training Courses

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


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


Need Help?

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


You can also watch our helpful videos which will show you how to create an account on our e-learning system and book a course:

How to create a user account

How to book a course


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