Neglect and Poverty
Poverty can affect every area of a child’ development- social, educational, health and personal. Living in a poor household can reduce children’s expectations of their lives and lead to a cycle where poverty is repeated from generation to generation. As adults, they are more likely to suffer ill health, be unemployed or homeless, and become involved in offending, drug and alcohol abuse, and abusive relationships.
Who is it for?
This is a Level 2 Workshop which is suitable for all front-line practitioners who work with children, young people, and their families where Neglect and Poverty may be an issue.
By the end of the session, participants will:
- Recognise the scale and impact of child poverty across County Durham
- Awareness and understanding of what causes poverty
- Recognise the impact of poverty on children
- Understand ‘In Work Poverty’
A certificate of attendance will be auto-generated and received on completion of the evaluation form. Therefore it is vital that you complete this as this is the only method you will receive a certificate of attendance.
DSCP Training Charging Policy
DSCP maintain a charging policy and the aim of the policy is to manage the demand on the multi-agency training programme delivered to ensure it is fairly accessed. It is also a reflection of the resources required to deliver the partnerships multi-agency training programme and the cost associated with non-attendees.
Training is currently offered to agencies of the partnership including all Early Years Providers. Private and for-profit organisations who do not come into these categories, will be charged £30 per person per half day course.
Cancellation/No-Attendance Policy (The implementation of this is at the discretion of the DSCP)
If you need to change or cancel your booking it is vital that you email DSCPTraining@durham.gov.uk at the earliest opportunity so that this place can be offered to others and to avoid any charges that may be incurred.
|Partner Agency including all Early Years Providers, Voluntary and Charitable Organisations
£30 registration fee which allows access to all courses
Virtual/face to face
£30 per person per half day course except Trauma Informed Approaches which is £95 per full day
(face to face or virtual)
|£300 half day
£500 full day (payable by all agencies)
|Wednesday 7 June 2023
|Wednesday 13 September 2023
|Friday 10 November 2023
|Wednesday 28 February 2024