Training Links

Training courses are no longer bookable via Wiltshire Pathways.

Please see below for new multi-agency training arrangements.

In case of query, please contact the relevant course administrator using the email links shown.

Or, if still in doubt, contact


Child Protection Training (WSCB Multi-agency training programme):

All WSCB learning, both e-learning and face-to-face, should now be booked via Virtual College. Full details of courses can be found on the site. Click below as indicated:

Click here to apply for training courses via Virtual College
Click here for frequently asked questions about using the Virtual College booking system
Click here for full details, including course dates and charges (for cancellation/non attendance and for non-contributing agencies to attend some courses)
For all queries regarding the training programme please contact:
For technical difficulties in accessing your Virtual College account please contact:  01943 885085.


Public Health Training:

Substance Misuse and Alcohol training
Basic cannabis awareness

Legal highs (NPS)


Alcohol and general drugs
Sexual Health training
Working with LGBT young people

Healthy Relationships

Sexual Health Awareness Level 1

Sexual Health Update

Delay and Positive Choices


Other Public Health Training
Applied Suicide Prevention Skills (ASIST)


Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) Referral and DASH Assessment



Health Services – Children and Young People Training Team:

A booking form and training dates for the Health Skills and School Nurse training courses is now available on the Virgincare local offer website.  The email link is: – just scroll down to training courses.


Specialist School training:

Specialist training for School Governors and briefing/induction training for Designated Safeguarding Leads and Head teachers is available.  Contact for details:

More useful links:

Wiltshire Healthy Schools Support for schools to address the health and wellbeing of children and young people.
Youth Mental Health First Aid Support for professionals to recognise and respond to mental health issues in 8-18 year olds.