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City and Hackney Safeguarding Children Board Annual Safeguarding Conference - 19th June 2017 (09.30 4.30pm)

Source By:CHSCB Hackney

The theme of this year’s conference will be Neglect and we will circulate an outline programme, together with details of how to book on to the event in due course.  In the meantime we would be very grateful if you could please save the date!

This year’s conference is being held at:

Livery Hall

Guildhall

Gresham Street

London

EC2V 7HH

Please click HERE for the Livery Hall website.

The conference will start at 9.30 with registration from 9.00am

Please note:  The Guildhall is minutes away from St Pauls, Mansion House and Bank London Underground stations, and a short walk from Cannon Street, Moorgate and Liverpool Street Rail stations.

For more information re how to get to the Guildhall please click HERE

To plan your journey via TFL please click HERE


The Great Get Together

The Great Get Together

 

17-18 June, Everywhere!

This summer, be part of the biggest street party since the Jubilee - 'The Great Get Together'! The Great Get Together is inspired by Jo Cox, who was killed on 16 June last year. Jo's killing was meant to divide us and the best response is to show how united we are. There is a groundswell of people who reject divisive politics and simply want to bring our communities together and celebrate all that unites us. This is our chance. Everyone is invited to get together with their neighbours to share food and celebrate all that we hold in common. It could be a street party or a shared barbecue, a picnic or a bake off. What matters is that we all have fun and bring communities closer together. Go to the website and sign up or find your local event.


Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) in the Workplace

Source By: City University of London

Date: Friday 9th June 2017

A free one-day CPD event for professionals interested in using ACT to improve employees’ psychological health and resilience, followed by an informal evening wine reception from 5pm.

Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is a skills-based psychological intervention that uses a combination of acceptance and mindfulness strategies, along with strategies designed to help clients clarify personal values, and to use those values as an increasingly prominent guide to daily behavior. ACT is increasingly being delivered in workplace settings to enhance employees’ psychological flexibility, personal resilience, and mental health. This free one-day CPD event will provide delegates with insight into how ACT is being adapted, delivered, and evaluated in various organisations.

The event is likely to be of interest to any professionals interested in the application of ACT as a training programme in workplace settings; this might include psychologists, coaches, psychotherapists, occupational health professionals, OD, HR, and learning and development specialists. The day will include presentations from leading ACT practitioners and researchers, and will also include opportunities for you to experience training techniques that have been used in recent ACT-based workplace programmes.

To book click here -

http://www.city.ac.uk/events/2017/june/acceptance-and-commitment-training-act-in-the-workplace

 


Project Management in Practice (3 day workshop)

Source By: Hackney Council

Course: Project Management in Practice (3 day workshop)

Date: 26th – 28th June 2017

Time: 09:30 – 16.30

 

This three-day interactive workshop will allow you to develop and practise the skills you will need to manage any project. We use Hackney case studies and work in groups, using core tools and techniques to deliver real life examples of managing a project. You will receive useful feedback for the future.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Understand the concepts of project management
  • Use the Hackney approach to project management
  • Use project management tools to produce an agreed understanding of a change and the project to deliver it
  • Produce a project plan and schedule
  • Develop the governance structure to allow the project the best chance of delivery and for benefit realisation
  • Define risks profiles and the use of a risk tracker
  • Develop lessons learned for use on current and future projects

Who should attend

All staff members who manage projects as part of their role.

There is a one-day workshop called Project management essentials for people who may use the skills in the future.

15305668-appform_-_partners_-_now.PDF

15305674-appform_-_employees_-_now.PDF


Project Management Essentials

Source By: LBH

Course: Project Management Essentials

Date: 15th June 2017  Time: 09.30 – 17.00


This one-day, interactive workshop will introduce you to the core skills you will need to manage any project. It is case study based with participants working in groups to deliver relevant Hackney examples of the tools and techniques provided.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this workshop you will be able to:

  • Understand the concepts of project management
  • Be familiar with the Hackney approach to project management
  • Use basic project management tools and have an agreed understanding of change, its benefits, plan for delivery, risks and ownership

Who should attend

Any member of staff who is required to work within projects as part of their job, or who is an experienced project manager but new to Hackney. There is a 'project management in practice' three-day workshop for those who need more development and who will manage projects as part of their role.

Booking Forms:

CDM-15305668-v1-appform_-_partners_-_now.pdf

CDM-15305674-v1-appform_-_employees_-_now.PDF

 


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