This is a special child-friendly event to all parents to be, parents, grand parents, carers, community leaders and individuals, especially migrants community.
We are calling on you, to join us at our Parenting Skills Course follow up virtual meeting. Families do not need to wait to have safeguarding issues before taking lessons on this Parenting matter. A stitch in time saves nine.
Please note, we will be sharing information on how to register for Course 201.
Speakers of the Day 1. Loveness Scott - Positive Action Officer| Communications and Engagement, North East Ambulance Service. Loveness will be providing information on their essential services and job opportunities within the sector.
2. Nick Dent | Census Engagement Manager for Darlington and Stockton on Tees | Office for National Statistics |
Nick will join us virtually to ensure that the key population groups within the community are aware of and do complete the census.
3. Elder Nana Asante, Secretary, IDPAD Coalition UK
Elder Nana will be sharing her community engagement journey , and answer questions on issues around Afriphobia racisms, its impact on Parenting and black African & black Caribbean Families.
Come along, let's hear from you on how well you and your household are getting on.
Many of us were erroneously made to believe that parenting has no manual until we arrived here and noticed that the reason why many families come into contact with child protection and safeguarding issues are very minor issues.