Please see the current events planned below.
ONLINE SEMINAR SERIES
'The Role of Schools in Achieving Trauma Informed Communities'
The video is available to download, you will only be able to view the first thirty minutes of the video here. If you wish to view the whole video, please click the download button which will allow you to watch the whole video seminar at your leisure. Please note that the video is for the personal use of the professional downloading it and should not be shared.
The Education and Training Comittee would be grateful if you could complete the feedback form below after viewing the seminar
Thank you to Siobahn Collingwood, Head Teacher and Detective Chief Superintendent Sue Clarke for taking time to present the second lunchtime video seminar. This interesting talks details the how violence reduction impacts on domestic abuse and child trauma. The talk provides an interesting look at the strategies employed to attempt to deal with underlying issues around violence and violent crime and how those who experience its toxicity can assisted and how such violence can be prevented within communities. The video provides insight for all those who practice professionally within the area of family law.
The Greater Manchester Training and Education Committee has prided itself on providing high quality lunchtime and other seminars for the benefit of all professionals involved in Family Law. Currently it is not possible for the training to be delivered face to face, so with the assistance of Lynda Howard and others we are now going to commence running video seminars. These are available on the Greater Manchester Forum website and will usually be online for at least a month, to allow you to view them at your leisure. Please can I urge everyone to complete the short feedback form (the link will be with the video) so that we can try and ensure that we are meeting training needs and to allow us to improve this method of delivery over the next few months until we are hopefully able to return to seminars on a face to face basis. I would wish to thank those who have been willing to deliver seminars using this process and to those who have assisted in allowing us to deliver the training this way.
District Judge Entwistle