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Safeguarding Children and Young People Training 2009

This article has details of training courses regarding safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people to be held in 2009.

It provides an opportunity for participants to explore the roles and responsibilities in the protection of safeguarding children and the provision of services for children in need. Please click this link and follow the instructions to book a place.

The Introduction Course

 

A One day course that provides an opportunity for participants to explore the roles and responsibilities in the protection of safeguarding children and the provision of services for children in need.

 

Wednesday 21st January 2009      Training 2000, Netherfield Road, Nelson, BB9 9AR

Saturday 31st January 2009          The Pavilion, Avenham Park, Preston, PR1 8JT

 Monday 16th February 2009          Lancaster University, Conference Centre, Bailrigg, Lancaster, LA1 4YD

 

The Advanced Course

  

A one day course that introduces the Assessment Framework and provides an opportunity for participants to explore its implications for setting practice, assisting in a more co-ordinated process for inter-agency working.

Note: Participants for this course will need to have attended the above course.

 

Wednesday 4th March 2009.   GHS Enterprise Ltd, South Meadow Lane, Preston, PR1 8JN.

 

Please click on the attachments for additional information and if you would like to book a place on the courses, then please complete and return the attached appropriate booking form to:

 

Email: supportservices@lya.org.uk

 

Post: Lancashire Youth Association

        10 Fishergate Hill

        Preston

        PR1 8JB

 

Please note: places are limited and are on a first come first served basis, with a maximum of 3 particpants per organisation.

 

The courses are funded thorugh NAVCA (National Association for Voluntary and Community Action) and supported by CWDC (Children's Workforce Development Council).

 


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