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Wednesday, 22 February 2017 from 09:00 to 16:45 (GMT)

Yorkshire CSE Conference 2017

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Places for workshop facilitators, conference assistants & speakers   more info Ended Free £0.00
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The 8th Annual Yorkshire CSE Conference - 2017

This event once again takes place at Bradford Academy on Wednesday 22nd February 2017, 9:00am - 4:45pm.

Delegates will have the opportunity to listen to two guest speakers and attend four workshops from a choice of 12, delivered by specialist CSE services from across the country.

Please click here to view the choice of workshops available.

Guest speakers:

Anne Longfield OBE
Children’s Commissioner for England
Protecting young people from harm
(More about Anne below)

Adele Gladman
Independent Safeguarding Consultant and Director of Safeguarding Children Training and Consultancy Limited
The Road from Rotherham - What went wrong, consequences for the town and its young people and recent developments in CSE practice across the UK
(More about Adele below)

About Anne
The Children’s Commissioner for England is Anne Longfield OBE.

She has a statutory duty to promote and protect the rights of all children in England in accordance with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.

The Children and Families Act 2014 gives her special responsibility for the rights of children who are in or leaving care, living away from home or receiving social care services.

She speaks for wider groups of children on non-devolved issues including immigration (for the whole of the UK) and youth justice (for England and Wales).

It is her job to make life better for all children and young people by making sure their rights are respected and realised and that their views are taken seriously.

The Commissioner is supported in her work by a team of staff. Together, they are responsible for the rights of all children and young people until they are 18 years old, or 25 years if they have been in care, are care leavers or have a disability.

About Adele
Adele Gladman is an established independent safeguarding children trainer and consultant. Originally a solicitor, Adele became involved in practice development and training after working on a Home Office research and development pilot working with young women suspected to be involved in sexual exploitation.

Adele works on a UK wide basis and has worked with the police, social care, education, the youth service, legal services, early years’ sector, health, probation, the voluntary sector, and two national ombudsmen. Adele’s consultancy work has involved her in developing policies and procedures; assisting legal services; independent investigations, reviews, audits and inspections; and helping organisations to attain best practice standards in safeguarding children issues. Her current work includes working with the Children’s Commissioner regarding the piloting of a new criminal justice model for child victims of abuse.

Adele is the co-author of the forthcoming publication Learning from Rotherham- Best Practice in Responding to Issues of Child Sexual Exploitation

Important Information
We ask that delegates do not leave workshops or guest speaker presentations early as parents and young people may be sharing sensitive and personal information.

The deadline for bookings is Wednesday 15th February 2017.


1. What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

The conference will be held at Bradford Academy, Teasdale Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD4 7QJ

Venue contact details: 01274 256789.

If you are travelling by car, the post code for sat nav is BD4 7QS, there is parking on site.

Travel Line: 0113 2457676

From Bradford Interchange the number 620 leaves stand R and the number 617 leaves stand S.Both buses take approximately five minutes to get to Lorne Street/Wakefield Road. 

You then cross the main road, walk down Lister Avenue for approximately ten minutes and enter the school on your left. 

National Rail Enquiries: 08457 484950

There are two train stations in Bradford:

1) Bradford Interchange (Taxi rank outside)

2) Bradford Forster Square

They are both approximately a ten minute drive away from Bradford Academy

Taxi Phone Numbers:

City Taxis: 01274 725998

Tong & Euro Private Hire: 01274 916195

Pam’s Private Hire: 01274 940290

2. Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

If you are no longer able to attend, tickets can be transferred to another person within your organisation. Please email to arrange this. Any requests received less than 10 days prior to the event will be accepted but workshops may not be changed from the original booking.

3. Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No. However please retain your confirmation email as it details your workshop choices. 

4. What is the refund policy?

Refund requests will be accepted if cancellation is made more than 10 days prior to the event. 

Refunds will not be offered for non-attendance on the day, or for cancellations less than 10 days prior to the event. After this, places can be transferred to another professional within your organisation but we cannot alter workshop choices at this stage. We also cannot guarantee that any special requirements will be met.

Do you have questions about Yorkshire CSE Conference 2017? Contact the organiser

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Bradford Academy
Teasdale Street
BD4 7QJ (for sat nav use postcode BD4 7QS)
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 22 February 2017 from 09:00 to 16:45 (GMT)

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