Justice – Judicial diversity and the key to a successful judicial career

on May 2, 2017

In Spring 2017, JUSTICE will be launching its latest Working Party report looking at how other jurisdictions, industries and professions have addressed the need for greater diversity. This event, aimed at students, will explore and debate the key findings from this report while taking a look at judicial diversity and what is involved in a successful judicial career.

More Details: https://justice.org.uk/events/judicial-diversity-key-successful-judicial-career/

Learning & Work Institute – Devo skills: How mayors can deliver skills, jobs and social inclusion

on May 9, 2017

To highlight to policy-makers, commissioners and stakeholders in combined authority areas the contribution of adult learning and skills in delivering on mayoral priorities and tackling skills gaps, improving productivity, labour market progression and economic and social inclusion.
Delegates will benefit from:

  • Expert analysis of the key economic and social challenges in a range of combined authority areas
  • A showcase of innovative practice in adult learning and skills provision linked to local economic and social priorities
  • Enhanced understanding of the ways in which different kinds of adult learning contribute to local outcomes
More Details: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/devo-skills-how-mayors-can-deliver-skills-jobs-and-social-inclusion-tickets-32949935143

Family Links – Stories of Successful Intervention

on May 10, 2017

Free event to share knowledge about successful and cost-effective interventions for professionals working with children and families in regions around the UK.

Hear inspiring stories of change for parents, families and schools; discuss how we might measure the long-term impact of interventions and consider how we can effectively evidence change for children and parents.

More Details: https://familylinks.org.uk/regional-events#event-Leeds

The Forgiveness Project – Forgiveness: Cracking Open the Heart

on May 17, 2017

Our next Forgiveness Conversation will grapple with forgiveness as something which is born out of surrender and the acceptance of loss. We will look at grief and how forgiveness can create a space for living and regrowth. Olivier Clerc, an international lecturer and workshop-leader specialising in forgiveness will speak alongside Anne-Marie Cockburn who has her own personal experience of bereavement and forgiveness. Olivier and Anne-Marie will be in conversation with Marina Cantacuzino, Founder of The Forgiveness Project.

More Details: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/forgiveness-cracking-open-the-heart-tickets-33524748425?platform=hootsuite

Unlock – Criminal Record Disclosure Training

on June 21, 2017

Our popular ‘criminal record disclosure’ training workshops continue and we are now taking bookings for the next ‘Advising with Conviction’ one-day course on 21st June 2017

As experts on criminal record disclosure, we provide high-quality training to front-line practitioners to ensure that they have accurate and up-to-date knowledge and skills when advising people with convictions.

More Details: http://www.unlock.org.uk/next-criminal-record-disclosure-training-19th-april-sold-out/