Training and Support

 

All of our Youth and Children’s work training is in the Training Prospectus.  Please see the training pages for details.

The key courses in 2018 are:

Love not Hate

This event aims to help delegates develop ideas that will help them to help young people and children come to terms with and begin to understand and contextualise terrorist atrocities in our world.

  • Date: 24 February, 10am-1pm
  • Venue:  St Joseph’s Anglican and Catholic High School, Wrexham.
  • Cost:  Free 
  • Booking:  siancharlesworth@cinw.org.uk

Bereavement in Childhood

1 in 29 5-16-year olds have been bereaved of a parent, sister or brother – roughly 1 pupil per class.  70% of primary schools have a recently bereaved pupil on their roll.

This training aims to equip youth workers, children’s workers, clergy and teachers with a greater understanding of bereavement in childhood and how to help children, young people and their families.

  • Date:  16 June, 10am-1pm
  • Venue:  St Joseph’s Anglican and Catholic High School, Wrexham.
  • Cost:  Free 
  • Booking: siancharlesworth@cinw.org.uk

Listening to Children and Young People

There’s nothing more frustrating than thinking that no one is listening to you. It’s a feeling children and young people often have.  When we learn to listen to what they have to say, it will shape, challenge and change the church in exciting ways.

Come and meet and listen to the authors of Learn to Listen I and be inspired!

  • Date:  20 October, 10am-3pm.
  • Venue:  St Joseph’s Anglican and Catholic High School, Wrexham.
  • Cost:  Free 
  • Booking:  siancharlesworth@cinw.org.uk