Source: Hertfordshire Safeguarding Adults Board & Hertfordshire Safeguarding Children Partnership Learning Hub


The Learning Hub is an important two way feedback loop between front line practitioners and the Strategic Safeguarding Boards, ensuring learning on priority local issues is shared and acted on at all levels in a timely way.

The next Learning Hub is running in May/June 2019 on the theme of ‘Wellbeing: self-harm and suicide’.

Click on the links below to book to attend the local forum in your area:


Date & Time
St. Albans & Dacorum

20th May | 13:00 – 15:30

Dacorum District Council

Broxbourne and East Herts

23rd May | 10:00 – 12:30

Hertford Rugby Club, Hertford

Stevenage and North Herts

3rd June | 10:00 – 12:30

Icknield Centre, Letchworth

Watford and Three Rivers

5th June | 10:00 –  12:30

Three Rivers House, Rickmansworth

Welwyn and Hatfield and Hertsmere

6th June | 13:00 – 15:30

University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield


At the forums you will:  

  • Research the impact of self-harm and suicide and how to support children, young people, and vulnerable adults with their well-being, through hearing from local experts.  
  • Share practice with colleagues in other agencies in your local area.  
  • Have the opportunity to feed your views, concerns and suggestions about the impact poor wellbeing can have on the safety of children and vulnerable adults in your district, and how you think agencies should work better together to improve safeguarding practice across Hertfordshire.  
  • Know that your views, concerns and suggestions will be listened to and acted upon by the Strategic Partnership Group.


Who should attend?

The forums are aimed at front line practitioners in all agencies in Hertfordshire that have a role in keeping children and adults with care and support needs safe, including those in the voluntary sector.

Below, you will find the agenda for the respective locations:

» St. Albans & Dacorum Agenda

» Broxbourne & East Herts Agenda

» Stevenage & North Herts Agenda

» Watford & Three Rivers Agenda

» Welwyn & Hatfield & Hertsmere Agenda


Additionally, Public Health- Hertfordshire County County has officially launched the new Suicide Prevention Network website. The aim of the website is to provide a forum for all  who are working together as part of the network to prevent suicide within Hertfordshire. It will be used as a place to publish documents, share news items, update the network, and share views via their twitter feed.


For more information, click here to visit the brand new website.