We’re doing something slightly different with the network event this year...
We’ve invited an organisation called LEAP (Confronting Conflict) to deliver CPD training related to working young people around the issue of conflict. We’re offering this free CPD opportunity to partners in all local authority areas actively participating in the NKBL programme. However, there are only 50 places available and rather have an open registration process we would like the NKBL leads in each area to identify two people to attend.
Who should attend?
The training will benefit practitioners who work face to face with young people on a regular basis and we’re keen to ensure that places are offered on this basis
Leap is an award-winning national youth charity that provides inspirational conflict management training and support to young people and the professionals working with them.
Find out more about their work at www.leapconfrontingconflict.org.uk
The training day will introduce participants to conflict theory and methodology and how this can be applied to support young people to manage conflict in their lives. It will cover the following topics:
- Young people and anger/aggression
- Young people and groups (identity)
- Young people and relationship conflict
- Young people and power
- Cycles of behaviour