At the intersection of Scotland's Year of Young People and LGBT History Month – this conference aims to increase the skills of professionals across sectors in creating environments where LGBT children feel safe, supported and included.
This Forum provides attendees with an opportunity to learn lessons from the pilot areas and Early Innovators who have been trialling, and researching the implications of, the extended hours offer for early years care.
This seminar will explore flexible approaches to support children and young people with their social and emotional resilience and wellbeing.
The ‘Troubled Families Programme’ is a targeted government intervention for families with multiple problems including crime, anti-social behaviour, truancy, unemployment, mental health problems, and domestic abuse. Local authorities engaged with 120,000 families during the first phase from 2012-2015, and claimed to ‘turn around’ approximately 99% of those identified and supported.
Children in Wales’ Early Years conference 2017 will focus on research, policy and interventions around children’s creativity, resilience and wellbeing.
This training event is tailored for professionals working with children and young people. The course will bring you up to date with technology trends including relevant research and highlighting current apps that children and young people are using.
This training workshop will help you understand the development of children on the autism spectrum and use this to devise your teaching and caring strategies. It goes beyond describing behaviour to understanding why that behaviour is there, and recognising that successful approaches take account of ASD and individual differences.
The Child Sexual Exploitation Conference 2017 will provide attendees with a timely opportunity to discuss the implications of government policy going forward, including the impact of recent reforms and initiatives on national efforts to prevent and tackle child sexual exploitation (CSE).