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Centre for Early Child Development

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 from 08:45 to 16:30 (GMT)

Implementing Evidence Based Interventions in Blackpool

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Type End Quantity
Full Day Admission (08:45-16:30) 31 Oct 2016 Free  
Morning Admission (08:45-13:00) 31 Oct 2016 Free  
Afternoon Admission (13:30-16:30) 31 Oct 2016 Free  

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Thank you for your interest in the Centre for Early Child Development's Annual Learning Event 2016

‘Implementing Evidence Based Interventions in Blackpool’.

 

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Our second Annual Learning Event will be held on Tuesday 15 November 2016 at the Hilton Hotel, Blackpool.

 

It is aimed at everyone who works with children, pre-birth up to age four, in Blackpool.

 

This event will be chaired by the Children's Commissioner, Anne Longfield OBE

Anne Longfield

 

It will feature three key themes:

  • Diet and Nutrition Speech,
  • Language and Communication
  • Social and Emotional Development

 

Our keynote speakers are:

  • Dr Alain Gregoire (Consultant Perinatal Psychiatrist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Southampton)
    Dr Alain Gregoire
  • Jean Gross CBE (Education Expert)
    Jean Gross
  • Dr Helen Crawley (Public Health Nutritionist at First Steps Nutrition Trust)
    Dr Helen Crawley

 

Our range of workshops will explore how evidence based interventions are being implemented in Blackpool.

 

There is the opportunity to book the full day, morning or afternoon session:

 

The full day includes:

  • Presentations from the Chair, Big Lottery Fund and the Centre for Early Child Development
  • The option to hear from two Keynote Speakers
  • Attendance of all four workshops

 

The morning session includes:

  • Presentations from the Chair, Big Lottery Fund and the Centre for Early Child Development
  • The option to hear from one Keynote Speaker
  • Attendance of two workshops

 

The afternoon session includes:

  • The option to hear from one Keynote Speaker
  • Attendance of two workshops

 

CPD points are available for attending the event.  Please check with your Professional Body if the stated hours count towards your CPD evidence.

 

Bookings are now open.

The event is free to the Blackpool Early Years workforce.


DRAFT AGENDA

 

08:45-09:15

 

Registration for Full Day and Morning Delegates, coffee, exhibition and networking

 

09:15-09:35

Welcome and Early Child Development and Child Poverty - Anne Longfield OBE

 

09:35-09:55

A Better Start, The National Perspective - Big Lottery Fund

 

09:55-10:15

A Better Start, The Local Perspective - Merle Davies, Director of the Children's Centre for Early Child Development

 

10:15-11:00,

An opportunity to select one of the following Keynote Speeches

  • Promoting a Healthy Diet during Pregnancy and the Early Years - Dr Helen Crawley
  • Giving Children a Better Start Through Early Language and Communication Development - Jean Gross CBE
  • Perinatal Mental Health: Why it is important, what a good holistic approach looks like, and what we need to do to get there - Dr Alain Gregoire

 

11:00-11:30

 

Coffee, exhibition and networking

 

11:30-12:15

An opportunity to select one of the following workshops

  • Building Community Resilience; Diet and Nutrition - Sharon Mather and Dr Rachel Tyrrell-Smith
  • Blackpool’s Speech and Language Review - Sarah Lambert
  • HCP: Perinatal Mental Health, Baby Steps and FNP - Deborah O’Dea, Karen Corbishley and Dr Karen Bateson
  • Brain Game - Annette Algie and Sarah Gorst

 

12:15-13:00

An opportunity to select one of the following workshops

  • Survivor Mums Companion and Trauma Informed Care - Dr Julia Seng and Emma Lowrie
  • Parents Under Pressure and Adverse Childhood Experiences - Clare Law
  • Video Interaction Guidance and SafeCare - Angela Latham and Martin Murphy
  • Brain Game - Annette Algie and Sarah Gorst

 

 Please note:

The Learning Event will end at this point for attendees who registered as a Morning Delegate though access is still available to the Exhibitor displays.

Lunch will be provided for attendees who have registered as a Full Day Delegate between 13:00-14:00.

 

 13:30-14:00

Registration for Afternoon Delegates, coffee, exhibition and networking

 

14:00-14:45

 

An opportunity to select one of the following Keynote Speeches

  • Promoting a Healthy Diet during Pregnancy and the Early Years - Dr Helen Crawley
  • Giving Children a Better Start Through Early Language and Communication Development - Jean Gross CBE
  • Perinatal Mental Health: Why it is important, what a good holistic approach looks like, and what we need to do to get there - Dr Alain Gregoire

 

14:45-15:30

An opportunity to select one of the following workshops

  • Building Community Resilience; Diet and Nutrition - Sharon Mather and Dr Rachel Tyrrell-Smith
  • Blackpool’s Speech and Language Review - Sarah Lambert
  • HCP: Perinatal Mental Health, Baby Steps and FNP - Deborah O’Dea, Karen Corbishley and Dr Karen Bateson
  • Brain Game - Annette Algie and Sarah Gorst

 

15:30-16:30

An opportunity to select one of the following workshops (coffee will be served in the room)

  • Survivor Mums Companion and Trauma Informed Care - Dr Julia Seng and Emma Lowrie
  • Parents Under Pressure and Adverse Childhood Experiences - Clare Law
  • Video Interaction Guidance and SafeCare - Angela Latham and Martin Murphy
  • Brain Game - Annette Algie and Sarah Gorst

 

16:30

Event closes

 

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Hilton Blackpool Hotel
North Promenade Sea Front
FY1 2JQ Blackpool
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 15 November 2016 from 08:45 to 16:30 (GMT)


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Centre for Early Child Development


Better Start is funded by The Big Lottery and partners to deliver lasting change so that Blackpool will be a place in which families raise happy, healthy children who grow up to take pride in belonging to, and giving back to, the community.

Better Start will improve services for 0-3 year olds and their families and every new baby in Blackpool will enjoy the early care and nurture they need for healthy development and to be ready for school.

Initially we are focussing our work in the seven wards where the local community faces the greatest challenges: Bloomfield, Brunswick, Claremont, Clifton, Park, Talbot and Victoria. Linked Children's Centres are Claremont, Grange Park, Mereside, Revoe, St Cuthbert's, Talbot & Brunswick and Thames.

Follow us on Twitter, our handle is @CECDBlackpool and our hashtag is #BplCECD


Email - BetterStart.CECD@nspcc.org.uk
Telephone - 01253 476789.

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