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Hidden Harm: Supporting Children and Young People Affected by Parents/Care...
Wed 26 April 2017, 09:15 – 16:30 BST
Anyone who works with children and young people affected by a parent/carers’ substance misuse across Bristol. Participants must have attended Level 1 Sustance Misuse before attending this course.
Please note this course is mapped to the following DANOS standards:
- AB7: Provide services to those affected by someone else’s substance misuse
- AB10: Relate to families, parents and carers
To enable workers to gain an understanding of how children and young people can be affected by their parents’ and carers’ drug and alcohol use and to outline the support available to families.
- Look at the impact of parental drug use on children and young people’s development
- Identify how workers can contribute to supporting children affected in this way
- Outline other agencies who can also support the family
Bristol Sex and Relationships Trainer Network
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
email@example.com - please email for more information
Is this course free?
All courses are free to professionals working in the Bristol area and are delivered on a multiagency basis. If you cannot attend you must let us know 5 working days before the course or you will be charged £30
What if I don't work in Bristol?
You can still apply to attend the training, but you will be charged £30 for half day courses and £60 for full day courses. Where courses become oversubscribed priority will be given to applicants from the Bristol area
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Please contact us if you would like to transfer your place to a colleague from within your organisation
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No - you will be asked to sign in on arrival
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
If you have contacted us to inform us that a colleague will be taking your place, please ensure they update us with their details at the event when they sign in by crossing out the name of the person who originally booked.