Booking a stall:
During the forum, there will be an opportunity for the audience to visit different stalls around the room relating to Health & Social Care, leading to great networking opportunities.
There will also be a table where organisations are encouraged to leave leaflets, information and contact details for others to take away. So bring your business cards!
About the Forum:
This forum aims to raise awareness for employers, professionals, parents, carers and community groups on the following topics:
- Safeguarding Children (Child Sexual Exploitation, gangs, online abuse and grooming)
- First Aid at Work Legislation
- Paediatric First Aid Ofsted Requirements (Millie's Mark presentation)
- Safer Sleep for Babies (Lullaby Trust)
Guest speakers include;
- Lullaby Trust, who are experts in promoting advice on safer baby sleep, including raising awareness around sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
- Jason Young, expert gangs worker is highly experienced in raising awareness and working with young people to prevent them from becoming involved in gangs and exit strategies for those who are already involved in gangs. Jason provides his services to Local Authorities and various organisations who work with children and young people.
This forum will:
- Highlight the importance and need for all organisations working with children to receive safeguarding training, and all employers to have their staff trained in first aid for both adults and children.
- Provide an opportunity to explore and help shape the future of children’s wellbeing, set out what employers need to do to address first aid provisions in the workplace, and offer up to date information in both safeguarding and first aid.
The Forum takes place on 28 April 2017 held at Croydon & District Masonic Hall.
Registration starts at 10:00 please arrive on time to avoid disruption to the forum and missing out on the presentations.
As well as attending a forum where you will leave feeling knowledgeable, your attendance will count towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours.
There are limited spaces available so please book your space asap and bring proof of your ticket with you. This is a FREE event and you will not be charged to reserve a space.