Other Organisation's Events
Here you will find details of all the various events that are being held by other organisations around the country.
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list, but is always being regularly updated.
If you know of something that you would like to see up here, then send us an email.
Tuesday 20th May 2014 - Reebok Stadium, Bolton
The conference programme includes:
Stephen Kingdom, Deputy Director of SEND, Department for Education
Draft Special Educational Needs Code of Practice: 0 - 25
Lorraine Petersen OBE, Independent
Strategic Leadership of SEN in schools
Malcolm Reeve, National Director of Education,
Special Needs and Disabilities, Academies
Raising the attainment of pupils with SEN
Jane Friswell, (Interim) CEO, nasen
Every Teacher, Every Child: A Whole School Approach
to meeting the needs of all children and young people
Jane McConnell, Chief Executive, IPSEA
What do I need to do now?: Legal and financial
implications of SEN reform
Gareth Morewood, Director of Curriculum
Support & Specialist Leader of Education, Priestnall
Delivering SEN Reforms in a classroom setting
We focus on six key areas:
- Physical and protective security,
- Safeguarding policy and practice, including internet safety,
- Information management and data protection,
- Health and safety including occupational health,
- External communications including reputation management.
Here is some information about a series of conferences we are running called ‘GLIMPSE: Inside the mind of a child sex abuser’ in five locations throughout the UK - Edinburgh, Newcastle, Birmingham, Cardiff and London - during week beginning 24th March 2014.
We ran this conference in Belfast in September and have been pushed to move it to the UK after high demand. We had representatives from many child protection charities, police, CPS, safeguarding board members, clinical psychologists, behavioural analysis teams, teachers, sporting bodies, health professionals and others that work within the child protection arena.
We want to send the information about this as early as possible for people to secure their place and have sufficient time to release staff from work on the day. We are keen to get this to everyone that works with children, on behalf of children and on behalf of child sex offenders also as this will be an element to the day. We have a very powerful victim’s journey to open the day and the speakers will in turn be of the highest calibre.
Anyone who works within child protection will be interested in attending this conference.
We have full details of the locations and speakers on our website at https://www.ineqe.com/glimpse-2014/
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