Do you work with young people? Are you interested in the welfare and challenges that they face? Would you like to discuss important issues and how they can be addressed with colleagues in similar roles and at likeminded organisations to your own?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then save the date and book your place at Action4Youth’s 2018 Conference. Held on 1 November at The Holiday Inn, New Road, Aylesbury, this year’s conference will focus on crime and radicalisation and mental health and wellbeing through the teenage years.
Guest Speakers will include Superintendent Tim Metcalfe from Thames Valley Police, Antonia Orr, CEO of The Coalition for Efficiency and April Brett, Public Health Principal from Buckinghamshire County Council.
There are a choice of three workshops for delegates to attend, including Effective Leadership in the not for profit sector, The Route to Robust Mental Health, and Social media and how to connect with young people.
An afternoon panel session with local comprehensive and grammer school head teachers and Buckinghamshire College Group Principal, Karen Mitchell, will focus on Finding Solutions to the Challenges of Teenage Years.
Jenifer Cameron, CEO of Action4Youth explains: “We look forward to welcoming those that work with young people to our free conference this November. It is important that charities share insight, knowledge and understanding, so that we can effectively support and protect the young people at the heart of our organisations.”
For further information and to book your place visit www.action4youth.org/events/action4youth-conference-2018/, email [email protected] or telephone 0300 003 2334.