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Sex, Pressure & Social Networks Training: Supporting Young People to Explore Safely On and Offline

Source By: Brook in Partnership with Come Correct & TFCP

This training is free and open to professionals who work with young people in Hackney & City

AIM: 
To enable participants to gain knowledge and skills about the influences and pressures young people face as they develop and explore their emerging sexuality.
 
Dates  & Times of Training
 
11th October, 10am-5pm, Dalston Library


Click Link Below to Book


https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScVSPm4PSLUU1q4fawRS7h4VzZhTK9a7P69S5G6pmT3_Tb-1Q/viewform


Increased access to mental health services

The Secretary of State for Health has announced a comprehensive workforce plan, outlining how the health and care system will meet the diverse needs of people who access mental health services and promised to increase access to one million extra people by 2021. 


Supporting children to play in the street

A new report explores how local, resident-led street play initiatives and programmes are being taken forward in disadvantaged areas of England, in response to concerns about the decline in children's opportunities for outdoor play. Apparently this is very different to telling your children to go and play with the traffic (which we've never done).


Mental health services for young people

The government has pledged that every secondary school in the country will be offered Mental Health First Aid training by 2020. The government's pledge to transform mental health services for young people has taken an important step forward with teachers and staff across the country starting training to identify and respond to early signs of mental health problems among pupils.


CREATE YOUR FUTURE - We can help!

This creative and flexible 3-year project called Create Your Future offers training workshops to unemployed BAME women and aims to increase personal confidence and motivation; explore personal barriers to positive progression; develop core skills; consider employment options; and build relationships and networks. The workshops utilise a range of creative methods to facilitate equal engagement of all, and will be delivered at various community venues.

 

PLACES STILL AVAILABLE AT MORNINGSIDE COMMUNITY CENTRE

(see attached info)

 

More courses starting in September! Watch this space…

 

activate_your_career_flyer_vs1_mb2.pdf

CYF_Activate_Your_Career_Course_Outline_v.03.pdf


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