Dear Reference Group Members

An opportunity has arisen for someone to represent the Cumbria Children & Young People's Voluntary Sector Reference Group on the LSCB Policy & Procedures sub-group and an application form is attached for this position together with terms of reference for the sub-group.

If you are interested in representing the third sector and the Reference Group at the LSCB Policy and Procedures sub-group please can you complete the attached application form and return it to me by Friday 21 April 2017

I am attaching the role guidelines for representatives and would remind you that the role is to represent the third sector (not your individual organisation) and you must be prepared to attend meetings regularly, submit reports and be prepared to engage with other members of the sector to ensure a two-way flow of information between the sector and the Board. The appointed representative must also attend Reference Group meetings regularly or be prepared to do so.

Role and Guideline Expectations for Project Group Reps.doc

APPLICATION_FOR_LSCB_Policy__Procedures_Sub_Group_April_2017.doc

Terms-of-Reference---Policy-and-Procedures.doc

 

 

 

Kind regards

Christine

You are invited to participate in a FREE* course on Building Emotional Resilience in children and young people. It will be held at Penrith Methodist Church on 11 May and 15 June (attendance at both sessions is required) and full details and a booking form are attached. Bookings will be taken on a "first come, first served" basis and we expect a high take-up so please return your completed booking form to me asap if you want to participate.

Course Background:

Children are neither born with or without emotional resilience, it is developed as they negotiate childhood and adolescence and all adults working with children and young people need to ensure they can actively contribute to positive resilience building to equip young people with these skills for life. This course is aimed at anyone working with children and young people who see their role as one which helps young people develop resilience; for example: youth workers, school nurses, children centre staff, teachers, residential care staff, sports workers, uniformed services etc.

Click links to download

1. "Building Emotional Resilience" fact sheet course outline (pdf)

2. "Building Emotional Resilience" information sheet for Penrith course on 11 May & 15 June (pdf)

3. Booking form for 11 May & 15 June course. (Word)

* The course is free for attendees from third sector organisations. For attendees from statutory and private sector organisations there is a nominal £30 charge.

Please let me know if you have any questions or need further information.

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