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.

  • Digital safeguarding training

    Working practices have changed significantly since the start of the pandemic. There has been a huge shift towards online delivery of services and elements of this is likely to be long term…

  • An introduction to self-harm & suicide

    The training will explore young people, self-harm and suicide. It will outline young people’s mental health, the issues that young people experience and the reasons why young people self-harm, the difference between self-harm and suicide and ways to support young people who do so…

  • Pride and prejudice: supporting LGBTQ+ young people

    The training will explore LGBT issues and young people. The process of coming out, issues for young people such as bullying, gender identity and sexuality. How to support young people whether gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transgender or questioning young people…

  • Raising awareness of safeguarding 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 & organisation. Through taking part in a range of exercises participants will gain an understanding of the key elements of working safely and responsibly with children and young people…

  • Well-being, pressure and stress in the workplace

    Our ability to work with others is, in part, dependent on the quality of support and supervision we receive. Participants will be able to link together the identification of training and supervision needs, support and appraisal…

  • Supervision: A model for practice

    Our ability to work with others is, in part, dependent on the quality of support and supervision we receive. Participants will be able to link together the identification of training and supervision needs, support and appraisal…

  • Designated safeguarding person training (DSP)

    The Designated Safeguarding Person has a vital role to ensure safeguards are in place and effective actions taken when concerns for a child arise…

  • Child development

    A sound knowledge of child development is essential when working with children. Having knowledge about typical patterns of development helps to identify…

  • Safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk

    The purpose of the training is to give participants confidence and essential knowledge on how to work with others to safeguard the children…

  • Introduction to mindfulness in the workplace

    Stress is a leading cause of sickness absence across all workplaces in the UK. Against this background many organisations are seeking to introduce mindfulness programmes…