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THE ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE CONFERENCE-SPACES RELATIONSHIPS & LEARNING

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National Coal Mining Museum for England

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Catherine Knibbs and Sarah Henry proudly present their first conference of 2020.

THE ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCE CONFERENCE 2020

ACES, SPACES RELATIONSHIPS & LEARNING

Would you like to become more trauma aware and trauma informed in your practice?

Do you want to understand how to create a supportive and safe environment for traumatised children?

Join us at:

The National Coal Mining Museum Wakefield WF4 4RH

Friday 24th January 2020 9.30am - 4.30pm

This full day conference will bring together an eclectic mix of thought leaders to explore the effect of Adverse Childhood Experiences and trauma on a child and consider the impact that this can have on their learning, development and overall wellbeing.

The day is intended to give multi agency professionals a deep dive into understanding children and young people who have been affected by any kind of trauma and how they can relate to them, assist and support them in order to reduce harm.

There will be a range of speakers and workshops throughout the day. We look forward to seeing you there to begin these crucial conversations and build these critical professional networks.

The speakers will start with the Police Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire

Mark Burns-Williamson OBE


Followed by:

Cath Knibbs a child and adult trauma psychotherapist, Doctoral researcher and lecturer

Luke Ambler Founder of Andy’s Man Club and an award winning mental health campaigner

Maurice Irfan Coles CEO of the Co-Ed Foundation & Author of Compassion in Education

Helen Oakwater a Trainer, Author and Coach. She Founded FAB parents after adopting 3 siblings. Helen is intent on melting trauma and future proofing maltreated children.

The interactive workshops running during the day will include:

"Domestic Abuse and the impact on the child the next day" by Sarah Henry Safeguarding Training

"Luggage for Life" by Emily Castle Young Lives Consortium & Denise Wheatman from Public Health

"Mental Health Support for Young People" by Sarah Gaskell MH Practitioner @Ossett Academy

"Self-Harm/Injury in Young people- How to help" by Kirsten Antoncich MSc, Psychotherapist

Challenging Behaviour #flipthenarrative" Lose the Booths by Callum Wetherill Pastoral Welfare Leader (SLE) Joseph Norton Academy Huddersfield

Fully inclusive Ticket Price is £199.99 and includes: Breakfast butties on arrival Conference Pack, Two workshop choices per delegate, Lunch, Market Stall networking event Therapeutic Space for Practitioners.

This full day conference will explore the effect of trauma on a child and the impact that this can have on their learning and development and their overall wellbeing. The day is intended to give you a deep dive into understanding children and young people who have been affected by any kind of trauma and how you can relate to them, assist and support them. This really is THE research-based way to be WITH young people and be that one person to make a lifelong impact.

Mark Burns-Williamson:

Mark was appointed to West Yorkshire Police Authority in June 1999 and elected Chair of the Authority in June 2003. After joining the national board of the Association of Police Authorities (APA) in 2003, he was elected Deputy Chair in 2009 and in October 2011 he was elected the outgoing Chair of the Association of Police Authorities (APA) overseeing the national transition to the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC). In November 2012 he was elected to be the first Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for West Yorkshire and re-elected in May 2016 with 300, 000 votes, and now elected as Chair of the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners in July 2018.

Mark has instigated a number of initiatives, including establishing the Safer Communities Fund where assets seized from Criminals (POCA) have been used to support more than 500 local community projects totalling nearly £2.5m. He was key in establishing a dedicated police Human Trafficking Team in West Yorkshire and leading the co-ordination of stakeholders dealing with historic and current child sexual exploitation cases. He has worked with partners to establish the West Yorkshire Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Network and each of the 5 districts of West Yorkshire now having its own forum. In 2016 he launched the National Anti-Trafficking and Modern Slavery Network at the Home Office which he Chairs, this brings Police and Crime Commissioners, the Home Office, National Police Chiefs Council and the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner together (amongst others) to tackle the horrendous abuse and exploitation of people. He is also the lead PCC for the National Police Air Service (NPAS) and has overseen the establishment of the service as the first service to be delivered nationally by a lead Force (West Yorkshire) and PCC under a national collaboration agreement and Chairs the national NPAS Board since its creation in 2013.

Mark has spent over 30 years working for both public and private sector organisations in West Yorkshire, including West Yorkshire County Council, Wakefield Council, Citizens Advice Bureaux, CableTel Ltd, The Rugby Football League (RFL) and Halifax Bank Plc. In the 2012 Honours List, he was awarded an OBE for services to the Community and Policing. For nearly 15 years he was a Labour District Councillor for Castleford and Glasshoughton, part of Wakefield MDC, Mark stood down from this post after he was elected as Police and Crime Commissioner in Nov 2012.

Mark lives in Castleford and is President of Glasshoughton Cricket Club, an ex-rugby and cricket player and a passionate supporter of rugby league (Castleford Tigers) and many sports, as well as a Trustee of Castleford Heritage Trust and lover of rock music.


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