Agenda

 

Children and Young People NW Network Group

 Thursday 15th September 2011
9.30 AM – 12.30 PM
At: Action For Children NW Regional Office, Aquilla House, Warrington.

  A G E N D A

 
1.      Welcome and Introductions
 
2.      Minutes of last meeting and matters arising
 
3.      Workforce Development – the National Picture  - Mary Kenny NWRYWU and Chester University – Resources from CWDC, NCVYS, Children England
 
4.      What does this mean for you and the groups you support– group discussion
 
5.      Feedback from commissioners – what are they looking for
 
6.      Possible ways forward through a NW training providers consortium – Mary Kenny NWRYWU
 
7.      Lottery Consultation
 
8.      Area updates and issues
 
9.      Any Other Business
 
·         Other events – 27th September Future of Services to Young People Event, 13th October
·         Commissioning Young People Services Event
·         Safeguarding Champions – Pauline Ruth
 

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