CSCP 5 Minute Briefing - Practitioner Forums May 2022

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CSCP 5 minute briefing

CSCP Practitioner Forums May 2022

Practitioner Forums

The CSCP promote Practitioner Forums to facilitate a 2-way communication between the CSCP and frontline practitioners.  It is also an opportunity to help people who work with children and young people develop common practice in keeping children safe and learn from each other.

There is an agenda for each of the forums and for the forums being held on the dates below the agenda will be ‘Think Family’. There will be an opportunity for practitioners to share good practice and to share any agency information updates they have in the forums. 

The next Practitioner Forums for your areas area as follows:

Barrow – Wednesday 4th May (12:00 – 13:30)

South Lakes – Monday 9th  May (12:00 – 13:30)

Carlisle and Eden – Thursday 12th May (12:30 – 14:30)

Allerdale – Wednesday 11th May (10:00 – 12:00)

Copeland and Millom – Friday 6th May (10:00 – 12:00)

You may already have had an invitation to a Practitioner Forum if you have been a regular attendee to a Forum. Due to the forums being delivered through Microsoft Teams you will need an invitation. If you have not had an invitation or you have not attended a Practitioner Forum before but would like to join the forum please contact the lead for each of the Practitioner Forums for your area or the forum you would like to join. The person to contact for each of the forums are:

Barrow – Nicola Jackson (Early Help Officer) – 07825 011005 – nicola.jackson@cumbria.gov.uk /Joanne Gawne – 07967 469996 – joanne.gawne@cumbria.gov.uk

South Lakes – Nicola Jackson (Early Help Officer) – 07825 011005 – nicola.jackson@cumbria.gov.uk 

Carlisle and Eden – Ros Rowcroft (Early Help Officer) – 07920296122 –rosamund.rowcroft@cumbria.gov.uk  – Deb Royston (CEO Cumbria Family Support) – deb@cumbriafamilysupport.org.uk

Allerdale, Copeland and Millom – Karen Ross (Early Help Officer) – 07885 405708 – karen.ross@cumbria.gov.uk

We look forward to seeing you at one of the forums.