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Children in Scotland Annual Conference 2013
Every child, Every childhood
Children in Scotland’s annual conference is the flagship event for the children’s sector, bringing together all those who are making a difference to the lives of children and young people in Scotland. As we celebrate 20 years working for every child and every childhood this event offers a unique opportunity to meet and collaborate with policy makers, practitioners and experts from across the sector; to share ideas and knowledge, and to instigate positive change in the lives of all Scotland’s children.
While the Children and Young People’s Act becomes reality, support for children and families is feeling the pressure of austerity measures. This makes it more vital than ever to keep children and young people at the centre of our work for the future.
Child Protection for Managers and Designated Persons Child Protection, Practitioner Support
This training offers participants the opportunity to examine the various roles and responsibilities of designated persons for child protection within the context of national policies and frameworks. Participants will explore key themes around the role of the designated person for child protection, policy, referral procedures, support to staff, and best practice in safeguarding children and young people.
The workshop will include the key pieces of child protection legislation and current national policy developments and their implications for participants’ own work, making reference to GIRFEC and risk assessment, Equally Well and the Early Years Framework.
Avoiding Careless Contracts
Children in Scotland member event
Charities have a duty both to spend their money wisely and to collect what is due to them. As times get tougher this is more important than ever.
Attachment Theory into Practice: Intermediate Level Additional Support Needs, Health and Wellbeing
This intermediate level workshop is aimed at professionals and carers who work with or care for children who have attachment difficulties caused by abuse and neglect. The workshop is centred around the work of Dan Hughes’ Dyadic Developmental Approach and follows on from ‘Building Attachment:Theory into Practice.’ The tutor will bring examples from her own assessment, consultancy and therapeutic practice as well as inviting participants to bring case studies from their practice.
Accessing Lottery Funding for Children and Families
Children in Scotland member event
The workshop will provide support and guidance to Children in Scotland members looking to access funding from Big Lottery Fund, particularly the Investing in Communities programme, which has a focus on support for Children, Families, and Carers.
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