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The ESCB delivers a wide range of training courses for local multi-agency professionals and volunteers who work with children.

All courses are delivered by highly trained professionals.

Full details are available via the following link ESCB courses & bookings

Training is normally delivered free of charge to local Ealing professionals and volunteers, however some attendances are charged for.

Please see below the terms and conditions of course booking and cancellation

Terms and conditions of course booking

Applying for an ESCB course & confirmation notice

To apply for any ESCB course, you will need to be set up with a CPD online user account.

For full details please go to ESCB courses & bookings

Cost of attending courses & Cancellation/Non-attendance policy

Cost of attending courses - Courses are free for children’s workforce professionals and volunteers based in Ealing, except for Private/Independent Organisations/Individual.

A payment of £60/£30 per full day/half day course, per person is required for a day nursery, independent school, free school or private health care organisations.
Invoice payment is preferable, but cheque payments are accepted. Cheques should be posted or handed to the trainer on the day of the training and made payable to ‘London Borough of Ealing’.

Cancellation/non-attendance charges - A charge may be incurred for failing to attend a course on which you have been booked or for course cancellations with less than ten days’ notice

The charge will not be enforced if a suitable replacement can be found by the ESCB. Please let us know as soon as possible if you are unable to attend.
Charges are currently £150 for full day course or £75 for half day.**

If you are more than 15 minutes late, you may not be accepted onto the course at the trainer’s discretion.

Training evaluation process

The ESCB have implemented the London Safeguarding Children Board Training Evaluation and Impact Analysis Framework for all courses delivered.

There are 3 parts to the evaluation process:-

Part 1 - to complete before the course takes place
Part 2 - at the end of the course
Part 3 - 8 to 12 weeks after attending the course. This section requires the involvement of the course participant and their manager. You will be asked to produce specific practice examples to evidence how the training has changed your practice and made a difference to the children and families your work with.

For more info about this framework, follow the link below:

A certificate of attendance will only be issued upon attendance for the full duration of the course following completion of the third (and final) part of the evaluation process.

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