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CarersUnpaid carers & safety webinar, Monday 5 June, 2-4pm

At the start of national Carers Week, join us for this free webinar where we look at the challenges that carers can face on a daily basis, plus what support is out there for carers who are concerned about their safety.

You can register for the event here  Please keep the date and time free and you will receive a calendar invitation from us, along with the link to join, closer to the event date.

Community Action Suffolk: annual safeguarding conference 

28 June 2023, 9.30am to 12.30pm

This half day conference, via Zoom, urges you not to be in the dark about the risks and abuse that children, young people and adults face in the community, spaces and places.  If you want to keep people safe, recognise the signs and respond effectively to safeguarding issues then this event is for you.  

The event has a host of speakers from different fields.  You can find out more about them and the event itself here

You can book onto the event here

The Trauma Toolbox for Staff: summer 2023 dates

Most training focuses on service users; this free workshop focuses on the professionals providing the care.  It's a half day, face to face session to explore a range of practical tools which can be used to aid stabilisation when beginning to feel triggered or overwhelmed at work.  It's a relaxed and interactive session for those working with both children and adults.  

The sessions are being held on a selection of dates between May and September and for more information please go to the training pages of the Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership website, and then scroll down to the link for The Trauma Toolbox for Staff

Trauma informed practice: FREE introductory sessions - new dates for autumn 2023!

In collaboration with the Norfolk Safeguarding Children Partnership, we're pleased to offer more of the very popular free half day training sessions giving an introduction to trauma informed practice. 

The sessions will be delivered by Shirley Green, a leading local expert in trauma informed practice.  Following the training, participants will understand the complex and cumulative nature of trauma, the basic functioning of the human brain and understand the window of tolerance and how it can be used to support engagement.  They will also be given some practical tools and tips.

The sessions are designed for those working with children and adults and are free of charge for both. 

Tuesday 12 September – 9.30am to 1.30pm

Wednesday 20 September – 9.30am to 1.30pm

Thursday 28 September – 9.30am to 1.30pm

Monday 9 October – 9.30am to 1.30pm

Tuesday 17 October – 9.30am to 1.30pm

Wednesday 1 November – 9.30am to 1.30pm

Thursday 9 November – 9.30am to 1.30pm

Friday 17 November – 9.30am to 1.30pm

Monday 27 November – 9.30am to 1.30pm

They will be held via Teams. 

Places are limited so early booking is vital. 

More information and booking link