Focus on families: ‘No man, woman or child is an island’

January 27, 2015

Categories: Children and Young People | Events | Training

The old saying ‘No man is an island’ is true and women and children do not live in isolation either.

These interactive, informative sessions will provide an opportunity to understand how a whole family approach to working is being created and delivered in Suffolk. How working in partnership and working to your strengths can improve a family’s situation.

There’s also an opportunity to feedback on any challenges and opportunities and hear the key messages related to this work and how they could affect you.

  • 6 March at West Suffolk House, Bury St Edmunds, 9.15am – 1pm
  • 16 March at Landmark House, Ipswich 9.15am – 1pm
  • 20 March at Kirkley Centre, Lowestoft 9.15am – 1pm

Who is it for?

The event is for anyone working with children, young people and families but has an emphasis on the role of the VCS. There will be case studies and an opportunity to hear how this is working for VCS groups.

Programme

9.15 Arrivals
9.30 Welcome and Introduction
9.45 Suffolk Family Focus (phase 2)
10.25 Break
10.40 Suffolk Family Focus (Making Every Intervention Count & multi agency working)
11.20 Signs of Safety
12.10 Ask the Panel: Feedback on challenges and opportunities
12.45 Summary
1pm Close

How do I book a place?

The event is fully funded and is free to CAS members, however a small admin charge may be made for non-attendance or late cancellation as places are limited. To avoid disappointment please book your place asap.

To book your place please contact training@communityactionsuffolk.org.uk please ensure you clearly state which session and date you wish to attend.

Empowering the VCSE and Partners to work together and achieve best outcomes for families.

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in partnership with

Suffolk County Council

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