The Government has provided free e-learning on the topic of Prevent and anti-radicalisation. This training is currently designed for those working across the education and local authority sectors.
Centre for Fun & Families Ltd (CFF) is hosting a 1 day Youth Mental Health First Aid Schools and Colleges course on Thursday 25 January 2018.
Do you know a young person aged 16-30 who is unemployed, not in education and is looking for work experience and to gain new skills?
The GREAT Project helps members of families who want to move towards work or training but face challenges in doing so, to find the support they need. The Project has prepared a video which takes you through the referral process.
Centre for Fun and Families Ltd (CFF) will establish a Teen Parent Pathway working in partnership with other professionals who currently come into contact with teen parents in Leicester City.
An early help case is where an agency is providing support to a child/young person and their family to address any issues they are experiencing and improve outcomes.
This session will give participants the knowledge, skills and tools to assist them in the assessment of children and their families.
This one day course will enable participants to develop skills and confidence in exploring difficult and challenging topics when working with families.
The Prince’s Trust is running a Get Started programme for anyone aged 16 – 25 years old who is interested in mechanics or engineering.
ADHD Solutions CIC is running a multi-agency training session on ADHD awareness and practical strategies, as well as an Early Years training day.