A one day workshop which demystifies the digital world and enables participants to understand their own digital presence, impact and responsibilities
This interactive seminar is a unique opportunity for all professionals involved in child safeguarding to hear from UK’s leading experts about the latest developments in child sexual exploitation. By the end of the session, delegates will have gained an improved understanding that will equip them with the necessary skills and tools to protect children from CSE.
Never before has children’s health been deemed a ‘national emergency’, with increasing concern that unhealthy lifestyles will lead to lower life expectancy for this generation of young people compared to previous ones. The health of young children must now be of top importance to every early years practitioner.
This conference will cast a spotlight on our understanding of children’s rights and participation, what it means to children, young people, professionals and academics in Wales in 2016. We will look at the challenges facing those who are developing participative practice, and showcase examples of innovative practice.
This timely symposium offers an invaluable opportunity for local councils, healthcare practitioners and other key stakeholders to address key challenges emerging from the new commissioning landscape, as well as to explore what more needs to be done to achieve an integrated public health approach to the early years stage of a child’s development.
This conference looks at the research and policy arena that underpins the Life Chances Strategy, announced by the Prime Minister. We will also focus on what practice changes can be made to help us all respond effectively when parental couple relationships are vulnerable or broken.
PIP UK's Inaugural National Conference 2016, sponsored by the 1001 Critical Days will be an exciting opportunity to be with other changemakers developing upstream solutions for health, education and social care from across the globe.
This free event presents a piece of work, funded by the Robertson Trust and conducted by the Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy (SCPHRP), to develop an intervention for carers/parents with teenage children.