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Early Help & Whole Family Ways of Working

Sheffield City Council offers a number of Early Help  and Whole Family courses and workshops. All courses are free of charge and aimed at all practitioners and agencies (Statutory / Voluntary / Independent) who work with children, young people, their families and vulnerable adults through the Thresholds of Needs levels 1-5. Programs include; Early Help Assessment & Processes, Voice of the Child, Team Around the Family, Adult Mental Health. For more information please visit the Sheffield Directory.

Substance Misuse

The Corner, Sheffield’s Young People’s Substance Misuse Service, is offering a number of free training events to any practitioner working in Sheffield, including;
•    A basic introduction to working with young people and adults around substance misuse issues
•    An introduction to NPS/legal highs
Additional courses on related substance misuse topics are also being developed. For further details visit their website.

Child Sexual Exploitation

Sheffield Futures Sexual Exploitation Team is offering Free Introduction to Child Sexual Exploitation training to any practitioner working in Sheffield.  Spaces will be limited to 20 per session and allocated on a first come first served basis.  For current details and booking please visit the Sheffield Futures Website.

 

Child and Adolescent Mental Health: Schools, Post 16 Providers and Children’s Workforce Training Offer

Sheffield Clinical Commissioning Group and Sheffield City Council have commissioned a programme of Young People’s Mental Health Training that is provided FREE of charge to staff from Sheffield  education providers  and the wider children and families workforce.  As part of the ‘Future in Mind Transformation’ this training aims to support services to embed a culture  that responds positively to the mental health needs of all children and young people in the city.

Please click here for details of programmes, venues ,dates and how to apply.

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