Intersol Global are delighted to support and attend this ground breaking Child Sexual Exploitation Conference. If you have a professional responsibility in this field the conference will undoubtedly add value to your development.
I am sending you details of our ground breaking Child Sexual Exploitation conference, which is taking place in Leeds on 11 March 2016. Please can you circulate this among your contacts?
The key messages of this event are both relevant and important to all practitioners working with children, young people and their families, as well as those conducting criminal investigations. Given the changes to legislation, and that CSE is now a national policing priority and part of Ofsted’s inspection framework, it is essential that all local services have a comprehensive understanding of best practice responses and effective partnership working.
We are currently offering discounts for multiple bookings. For bookings of 10 or more, this can substantially reduce the standard ticket price. In recognition of the role that the voluntary sector often plays, we are also offering a free place to a charity or voluntary organisation for every 5 places booked.
I am delighted to have a high calibre of confirmed speakers for the event, including Alexis Jay, Louise Casey, Andrew Norfolk, Zoe Lodrick, John Drew, DI Gemma Booth, David Greenwood along with involvement and contributions from a group of survivors and family members of victims of CSE in Rotherham
We also have some high profile attendees including a representative from No 10, Dame Esther Rantzen, the legal advisor to the Director of Public Prosecutions, Lorraine Reid from the Department of Education and Hannah Meyer from the Department of Troubled Families to name a few.
The event offers a unique opportunity for those attending to :
• Reflect on the lessons learned from Rotherham
• Hear from experts in this field and have an opportunity to network with a range of practitioners from all service areas throughout the UK
• Find out about some of the models of good practice that have developed, as well as identifying some of the areas still requiring consideration
• Hear from survivors and their families, and how they have contributed to the development of policy and procedures across the UK
I am attaching a flyer giving further details of the event. There is also a dedicated website for the event – www.comingoutofthedarkness.co.uk
Thank you again for your support
Safeguarding Children Training and Consultancy Limited”
Find out more about our National Child Sexual Exploitation Conference on 11 March in Leeds @ www.comingoutofthedarkness.co.uk
Thank you to our sponsors of this event – Switalskis LLP; Intersol Global; Jessica Kingsley Publishers