ACE-Trauma Informed Practice Stakeholder Workshops May 2019

The Safeguarding Board for Northern Ireland are holding a series of workshops to deliver ACE Awareness and Trauma Informed Practice Training across health, social care, education, justice and the community/voluntary sector in Northern Ireland.

A series of information workshops are being delivered to the various sectors, including the community/voluntary sector, with the following aims:

a) Engage with the community & voluntary sector to help us to understand your current level of ACE awareness and relevant training needs to be more trauma sensitive in your work and practice.

b) Explore opportunities and challenges of embedding trauma informed practice in your service / team / organisation.


Date/Time: Tuesday 7th May 2019 : 9.30 – 12.30
Location: St. Columb’s Park House, Derry
View the flyer here.

Date/Time: Tuesday 9th May 2019 : 9.30 – 12.30
Location: NICVA, Belfast
View the flyer here.

Date/Time: Tuesday 10th May 2019 : 9.30 – 12.30
Location: The Junction, Dungannon
View the flyer here.

To register your interest please click on the relevant link above.

Numbers are limited so early booking is essential. 

Please note: Registering your interest in this workshop does not guarantee a place. You will be contacted once registration closes on 1 May with confirmation.


Belfast Childcare Partnership Conference: Celebrating Childcare Practice in Belfast

The Belfast Childcare Partnership invite delegates to their upcoming conference that will be held on 26 November 2018 in Belfast City Hall to celebrate childcare practice in Belfast.

Click here to download the Conference Invitation 

Click here to download the Conference Booking Form



Registration is essential as places are limited. If you would like to attend please complete the booking form attached and send it to by Friday 9 November 2018.


Outcomes Group Recruitment



Children in Northern Ireland (CiNI) has been requested by the Health and Social Care Board to co-ordinate the recruitment process for community, voluntary and BME sector representatives on to the Outcomes Groups of the Children and Young People’s Strategic Partnership.

This round of recruitment relates to the five Outcomes Groups.

The purpose of Outcomes Groups is to share information, knowledge and expertise about the Outcomes Group area (which are co-terminus with the HSC Trusts areas), identify and remove barriers to more effective collaboration, build a commitment to early intervention, build an effective partnership, identify opportunities to pool budgets and make connections with other planning processes for children and young people.  The Outcomes Groups report to the CYPSP.  

The full recruitment letter can be read here.

The nomination form can be found here.


Closing Date for Applications: 14 September at 12.00 noon