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Welcome to Solihull LSCP Training page


Coronavirus Update:  Due to Government advice Solihull Local Safeguarding Children Partners took the decision to suspend the delivery of face to face multi-agency safeguarding  training. We are carefully monitor public health advice and guidelines and we plan to resume some face to face training from November 2021.

If you are thinking of requesting a place on face to face training please read the following:  Information for those wishing to attend LSCP training    LSCP training risk assessment sans souci risk asessment    Sans souci one way plan 

.From November training will be offered both virtually & face to face so please pay careful attention and check what type of training you are booking .  If you have any questions please email

All Age Exploitation - In March 2021 Solihull launched new all age exploitation procedures in July a new all age exploitation screening tool was launched- watch the briefing by right clicking here and selecting open link in new tab you will then need the password  Sol290721

Neglect in Covid 19

Leeds Safeguarding Children’s Partnership have been kind enough to share some short clips they have recently commissioned from Professor Jan Horwath presenting a series of videos focusing on the experiences of children and young people living with neglect during lockdown; the clips include what children may be experiencing during lockdown with signs and indicators children may display as lockdown is lifted.

Episode 1- An introduction form a child perspective

Episode 2-Disorganised neglect

Episode 3- Emotional neglect

Episode 4 Depressed, passive & physical neglect


Solihull LSCP aims to provide a comprehensive range of multi-agency training for managers and practitioners that support the delivery of the LSCP improvement priorities around neglect, exploitation and early help, as identified in LSCP Multi Agency Safeguarding Workforce Development Strategy.

The LSCP training events aim to add value to agency specific in-house training by providing practitioners with essential skills in partnership working to safeguard children using agreed multi-agency competencies informed by evidence from national and local experience, including serious case reviews .
These multi-agency competencies do not replace the agency specific competencies that practitioners may need to function effectively in specific roles. Practitioners must therefore attend in-house agency specific training and have a foundation level of safeguarding understanding at the very least before attending multi-agency events.
In conjunction with your managers and your team, you should decide what courses you need to meet your organisational needs, however we would recommend consideration is given to attending one day of multi-agency training per year.  For details on the training courses we offer, please go to our Training Programme.

For further information on how to book a training course, please go to our How to book page.

When booking please be mindful that all safeguarding training carries with it emotionally difficult conversations and subject issues that may affect you personally, not just professionally. Please consider where you can access support to discuss these if needed (this may include speaking to the trainers, colleagues, your manager or your employment assistance service for example)