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Children in Scotland Events

Date
09.Aug.2017
Venue: 
EDINBURGH
Time: 
10.00-13.30 (half day)
Event type: 
Cost
£0.00

Guardianship and power of attorney for children, young people and families

Gillespie Macandrew’s specialist team in incapacity and mental disability law will provide you with a range of insights and advice which will help you to plan for your children’s future.Read more

Date
17.Aug.2017
Venue: 
Edinburgh
Time: 
9:30-12:30
Event type: 
Cost
£0.00

Children's Sector Forum: Children and Young People (Information Sharing) (Scotland) Bill

Children in Scotland's Children’s Sector Forum is organising this meeting to discuss and gather views on the Children and Young People (Information Sharing) (Scotland) Bill and associated illustrative draft Code of Practice. T his Bill has been put forward by the Scottish Government in response to...Read more

Date
23.Aug.2017
Venue: 
Edinburgh
Time: 
9.30-15.30 (full day)
Event type: 
Cost
£89.00
CPD hours: 
6

Chatta: Language and Communication training session

Children in Scotland is delighted to partner with Chatta to offer an interactive, practical training session aimed at developing communication and language among children in early years settings. The session will feature: An overview of the importance of spoken language An introduction and overview...Read more

Date
24.Aug.2017
Venue: 
Dundee
Time: 
9.30-15.30 (full day)
Event type: 
Cost
£79.00

Mindfulness work with children and young people - Part 2

This workshop follows on from the introductory training course and is designed for those who have attended the initial course and have begun to use techniques in their work or are considering the development of a Mindfulness programme.Read more

Date
24.Aug.2017
Venue: 
Edinburgh
Time: 
9.30-12.30 (half day)
Event type: 
Cost
£0.00

SOLD OUT: The impact of imprisonment on families, children and young people

Imprisonment of a family member can be a traumatic experience for children, and its impact significant and enduring. It is estimated that imprisonment affects 27,000 children in Scotland each year. Children with a parent in prison face significant challenges including trauma and stigma. They are more likely to come from families with complex needs and less likely to meet child wellbeing indicators.Read more

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