Family & Community external events listings are posted to inform the wider community about external events including workshops, opportunities for families, children and young people, and helpful resources.

  • Price of pupil poverty guides webinar

    Join Children in Wales for an awareness raising session on The Price of Pupil Poverty Guides (Children in Wales | Price of Pupil Poverty)…

  • Safeguarding disabled children & young people

    This one-day course aims to increase practitioners’ understanding and confidence in the specific issues involved in safeguarding children and young people with disabilities and improve skills in responding to their safeguarding needs…

  • Creativity, diversity, and disability

    A group of staff and students at Cardiff University would like to mark the UN’s International Day of Disabled Persons on 3rd December with a collaborative, digital, multimedia event: “Creativity, Diversity and Disability: A creative representation of lived experiences of the move to a more digital world…

  • Care-experienced children: understanding and supporting care-experienced young people

    The training will be informed by the experience and impact of the COVID-19 pandemic – which has of course impacted the experience of looked after and care experienced children significantly since March 2020…

  • Between the lines: Trauma-informed practice, a lived experience perspective

    At Artifacts we start from the perspective that drawing upon our lived experience of the impact of trauma and distress can support in providing insight, can help to challenge current thinking and positively support in shaping service provision and delivery…

  • Changing the wallpaper

    Poverty is so widespread in Wales it can sometimes become ‘the wallpaper of practice… too big to tackle and too familiar to notice’…

  • Raising awareness of safe guarding children and young people

    This interactive training is set specifically in the Welsh context. It will allow participants to consider the issues for their role and organisation. Through taking part in a range of exercises, participants will gain an understanding of…

  • Introduction to online training techniques

    Has COVID restricted your contact with staff or learners to a web cam and a computer screen? Are you finding it harder to engage effectively with learners and staff online?

  • ‘Not Just For Boys’: Women in construction webinar

    Join Chwarae Teg for discussions with 4 inspiring women working in a variety of roles in construction at VINCI Construction UK who will provide an insight into their careers to date and offer advice to those interested in building a career in STEM…

  • Child development

    A sound knowledge of child development is essential for everyone working with children. Having an underpinning knowledge about typical patterns of overall development helps practitioners identify where there are concerns that a child may be ‘off track’ and may need additional support to achieve…