“Be Aware Kids – Child Safety on Farms” poster competition

The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland is committed to eliminating incidents on farms that in the past have tragically resulted in children being killed.

Through our “Be Aware Kids – Child Safety on Farms” campaign we have seen a significant reduction in such incidents, however we can never be complacent and must all work together to promote this important message. 

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Engaging Effectively with Parents Training – June 2020

Parenting NI are offering Practitioner Training.

The training aims to build capacity and further enhance existing skills of practitioners to equip them with the skills to support parents and families. 

Topics include

  • Importance of involving parents
  • Benefits of parental participation
  • Model of best practice

 

Date: Thursday 4th June 2020
Time:  10am – 11:30am
Location:  Online via Zoom

To register please email michellem@parentingni.org or elaine@parentingni.org

Positive Approaches to Discipline Workshop – 16 January 2020

 

Parenting NI are holding a “Positive Approaches to Discipline” workshop in Enniskillen on 16 January 2020.

 

Date/Time: Thursday 16 January 2020, 7-9pm

Location: Fermanagh House, Enniskillen

 

The workshop will explore tips & techniques for managing behaviour and effective & healthy discipline strategies.

 

For further information or to register please call 0808 8010 722 (Mon – Thur 9.30am-3.30pm, Fri 9.30am-12.30pm)

Download flyer here

 

Odyssey Parenting Your Teen Programmes – Omagh & Lisnaskea – Starting January 2020

Parenting NI are offering two “Odyssey Parenting Your Teen Programmes”  in Omagh and Lisnaskea starting January 2020.

Programme details:-

  • Omagh – Starts Wednesday 22 January 2020 (for 8 weeks) from 7-9pm at Omagh Community House – download flyer
  • Lisnaskea – Starts Monday 27 January 2020 (for 8 weeks) from 7-9pm at Oak Healthy Living Centre, Lisnaskea – download flyer

 

For further information or to register please call 0808 8010 722 (Mon – Thur 9.30am-3.30pm, Fri 9.30am-12.30pm)

Parental Participation Survey 2019

CYPSP would like to hear from parents / carers to help shape the design and development of support services for families across Northern Ireland. 

We want to ensure parents and families receive the support they need when they need it with an aim to improve the health and wellbeing for them and their children.  This support could include advice, information, home visiting, programmes, individual support, group support, etc.

The survey is anonymous and an honest assessment would be most helpful.

Click the link below to complete the survey

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/cypsp2019