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13/06/2020 : How to help children, teenagers and adults tell their stories in order to heal emotionally

London | £183.00

This conference presenters will address what happens when a child, teenager or adult does not seek help or is not given the opportunity to tell their painful story. The presenters will then explore what happens when someone does tell their story to someone who is a skilled empathic listener. Both the neural and psychological basis of the profound relief in telling your story will be discussed demonstrating how quality of life depends on this.

25/06/2020 : Youth Work in the 2020s: Policy, Practice & Opportunities

London | From £199.00

Youth work in all its forms can have a transformational impact on young people’s lives. After a decade of policy neglect and underfunding, the beginning of the 2020s promises a strong focus on youth work policy, skills and qualifications not seen for many years. A government review of statutory guidance this year will clarify what services local authorities must provide, while a review of youth work qualifications will set out new routes to the profession and skills for youth workers in the future.

11/07/2020 : When you’ve been to hell and back: breaking the cycle of the intergenerational transfer of trauma

London | £183.00

This conference is all about empowering staff with key knowledge, tools and techniques to help children and young people who have experienced horrible events in their lives. Practical interventions will be discussed from a knowledge base of what happens to the brain and body when undergoing shocking experiences and being left unhelped, with extreme stress. Presenters will explore the science and psychology of common symptoms: emotional numbing, hyperarousal, physical symptoms and illness and repeating the trauma but this time with someone else as the victim, causing hurting as they themselves have been hurt.

30/09/2020 : Safeguarding Children in the Digital Age

Cavendish Conference Centre, London | From £249.00

Digital technology continues to evolve at an extraordinary rate, providing children and young people with countless opportunities for learning, development and socialisation. It also presents ever increasing threats to their wellbeing and safety.

Safeguarding young people today requires all practitioners, parents and carers to be up to speed with how to safeguard online. The 4th national conference on Safeguarding Children in the Digital Age will provide essential learning for the entire children’s workforce. We are bringing together leading online safety experts and safeguarding professionals to equip you with the understanding, skills and confidence to ensure children and young people stay safe in the digital age, in a series of high quality CPD-certified keynote talks and seminars.

20/10/2020 : Adopting Trauma Informed Services to address the effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)

Birmingham | £130.00

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are traumatic events or experiences which impact children while growing up. These ACEs have the potential to damage both mental and physical health across the life course. The more ACEs a child lives through, the higher the likelihood of health and social problems in later life.

23/10/2020 : Youth Work in the 2020s

America Square Conference Centre, London | From £199.00

Youth work in all its forms can have a transformational impact on young people’s lives. After a decade of policy neglect and underfunding, the beginning of the 2020s promises a strong focus on youth work policy, skills and qualifications not seen for many years. Youth Work in the 2020s will provide essential learning and insight for everyone who has an interest in the future of youth work. The conference – organised by Children & Young People Now, alongside our event partner National Youth Agency – brings together key figures and leading practitioners to support you in providing high quality, effective services and support to all young people.

13/01/2021 : Safeguarding Children in the Digital Age

London | From £299.00

Digital technology continues to evolve at an extraordinary rate, providing children and young people with countless opportunities for learning, development and socialisation. It also presents ever increasing threats to their wellbeing and safety. This one day conference will provide essential learning for the entire children’s workforce. We are bringing together leading online safety experts and safeguarding professionals to equip you with the understanding, skills and confidence to ensure children and young people stay safe in the digital age, in a series of high quality CPD-certified keynote talks and seminars.

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