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Summer Safety Advice and Guidance for Young People

Staffordshire Police and Staffordshire fire and rescue service have produced a digital flyer with advice and information for yound people on how they can stay safe during the school summer holidays. 

The digital flyer attached is downloadable and contains information on the following:

  • Knife crime
  • County Lines
  • Staying safe online
  • Being water safe aware
  • Activities for 8 to 17 year olds
  • You're not alone campaign
  • Useful Contacts.

THE RIGHT START: Writing Good Policies and Procedures

This training is funded by Staffordshire County Council. To access this session for FREE you must be a member of Support Staffordshire.  Support Staffordshire reserves the right to charge you for your booking if you are not a member.


Who should attend:

This session is aimed at anyone new to writing policies and procedures or those who would like the latest information on some of the key policy areas.

Overview:

Supportive Communities: Communication & Safeguarding

‘Supportive Communities’ is a programme of work that supports older people to stay healthy and independent for longer.  It's about:

Supporting people to stay connected with their local community.

Helping people to find different solutions, so they can stay in their own homes for longer. This could be a new piece of daily living equipment or technology that supports independence.

Encouraging people to look after their own health and wellbeing, so they can lead a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.

Let’s Work Together: Spotting the Risks in Vulnerable People

This is a FREE 90 minute online session delivered by Support Staffordshire, funded by Health Education England.


This training is open to all. Anyone who has contact with those most in need in our communities is welcome to attend.

Do you work with or support vulnerable people?

Do you ever have concerns but are not really sure what they mean?

Do you know how to support them?

This course aims to equip you with knowledge and skills to spot risks and refer to other services in the following topics:-

Let’s Work Together: Spotting the Risks in Vulnerable People

This is a FREE 90 minute online session delivered by Support Staffordshire, funded by Health Education England.


This training is open to all. Anyone who has contact with those most in need in our communities is welcome to attend.

Do you work with or support vulnerable people?

Do you ever have concerns but are not really sure what they mean?

Do you know how to support them?

This course aims to equip you with knowledge and skills to spot risks and refer to other services in the following topics:-

Let’s Work Together: Spotting the Risks in Vulnerable People

This is a FREE 90 minute online session delivered by Support Staffordshire, funded by Health Education England.


This training is open to all. Anyone who has contact with those most in need in our communities is welcome to attend.

Do you work with or support vulnerable people?

Do you ever have concerns but are not really sure what they mean?

Do you know how to support them?

This course aims to equip you with knowledge and skills to spot risks and refer to other services in the following topics:-

Volunteer Buddies Training: Health & Safety and Lone Working

This is a 1 hour online session funded by Health Education England and delivered by Support Staffordshire.

This training is aimed at people volunteering in a buddying or befriending role.

Are you supporting someone in the community?

Are you doing this alone?

Do you know how to look after yourself and others so that you are as safe as you can be?

This short session will give you an overview of health & safety and some hints and tips. There will be an opportunity to talk to other volunteer buddies to share experiences and ask questions.

Supportive Communities: Communication & Safeguarding

‘Supportive Communities’ is a programme of work that supports older people to stay healthy and independent for longer.  It's about:

Supporting people to stay connected with their local community.

Helping people to find different solutions, so they can stay in their own homes for longer. This could be a new piece of daily living equipment or technology that supports independence.

Encouraging people to look after their own health and wellbeing, so they can lead a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.