Our Training Offer
Our Training Opportunites provide practitioners and volunteers with advice and information about how to access different types of learning and development activities relating to their area of work or interest.
Multi-agency training helps practitioners and volunteers understand their roles, responsibilities and safeguarding procedures; and creates a shared understanding of assessment and decision making practices. Training can be face to face, online or a combination.
We provide access to free face to face and online learning to multi-agency practitioners who work with adults, children and families in Manchester.
Book a Course
We offer free multi-agency training progreammes to practitioners and volunteers who work with children and or their families in Manchester. Our training offer includes face to face and online training to assist practitioners in understanding their roles and responsibilities and create a shared understanding of assessment and decision making practices. Please note we don’t deliver single agency training.
Register for E-learning
Through our online learning site – developed in conjunction with Virtual College – you will be able to access a range of online learning opportunities.
Anyone can self-register and then access over 50 safeguarding related training courses which you can take at your own pace from home.
There are also free online courses provided by the government and other organisations.
Learning from Practice
When something happens that shows partner services have not worked together to effectively safeguard adults or children, we aim to ‘learn from practice’ and improve so that similar issues do not occur in the future.
Click below to access these resources.
We offer a wide variety of Safeguarding resources aimed at both the general public and practitioners. Resources include support and guidance documents, reviews, reports, policies and procedures, briefing sheets and many more learning tools.
We have introduced ‘seven minute briefings’ to allow managers to deliver a short briefing to staff regarding on key topics – they can also be used to support reflective discussion with practitioners.
Here are some of the acronyms and jargon you might come across in safeguarding work. Terminology can be complex and changes as services are reshaped. Use of jargon buster to help!
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Our Annual Report for 2022-23 is now available to download
Mental health and wellbeing Support in Greater Manchester
We are highlighting a range of tools for mental health and wellbeing support across Greater Manchester. The hub site will display a list of online and in-person support you can access: https://hub.gmintegratedcare.org.uk/mental-health/whats-new/if-you-need-support-were-here-to-help/