Date(s) - 23/02/2021
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
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Fully funded by the Home Office for 2020/21, the Spreading Excellence project aims to improve the capacity and capability of the sexual violence sector to ensure high-quality and effective services were available for all.
The project seeks to achieve this through the influence and engagement of service users, service providers, commissioners and policy leads working together collaboratively.
The Spreading Excellence National Working Group has supported development of a series of five free virtual workshops. The intention is to bring around 25 stakeholders to each workshop.
The workshops will examine the main themes multi-agency support models in services for children and young people who have experienced child sexual abuse (CSA) – What does good look like? How can this be achieved? What are the barriers and solutions?
Please note these are not training workshops. The purpose of each workshop is for participants to work collaboratively to identify the main challenges within these key areas, and to identify solutions and/or best practice.
We have arranged for expert speakers to share their experiences and LimeCulture will be working with service providers to ensure that the voice of lived experienced is reflected during the workshops.
We will be asking all participants to engage in breakout sessions, bringing with them examples of their organisation’s own service development, any challenges they have experienced and overcome to share best practice stories around CSA support service delivery
Following the workshop we will produce a report of findings to be launched at an online symposium in March 2021 please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to a circulation list for the report
|Workshop Title – Best Practice Case Study –||Date|
|Commissioning CSA Services – Lincolnshire OPCC & Centre of Expertise on CSA (CSA Centre) – Book here||9th of February 2021|
|Providing CSA services – The Green House –Book here||11th of February 2021|
|Multi-agency support models – The Lighthouse||23rd of February 2021|
|Meeting the needs of victims of CSA including Criminal Justice Service – Imara – Book here||25th of February 2021|
|Supporting professionals to respond to victims of CSA – CSA Centre) – Book here||2nd of March 2021|
Who should attend?
Provider of CSA Services (CHISVA, Children and Young People Counselling Services and Social Care Safeguarding Leads) , Commissioners of CSA services and Researchers in Practice.
Report and Symposium
LimeCulture will review the findings from the five workshops and these will published via a national symposium on the 30th of March 2021.
Bookings are closed for this event.