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Sitra provides a broad range of training, briefings and events relating to the Supported Housing, Health and Social Care. Public training and briefings are open to everyone - take a look at what is currently scheduled or search our calendar. Or we can work with you to ensure that in-house training is tailored your organisation’s specific needs.

Sitra members benefit from 50% off their first public course or briefing, £100 off their first in-house course (£685 down from £785) and can attend our annual Conference for free (saving over £180). Read about Membership Benefits.

You can use the search fields and listings below to find the public training or event that is right for you! Or download our TRAINING GUIDE for the full range of courses that we offer. Contact Anna Robertson for more information regarding in-house training - (telephone 020 7922 7883) or contact Lana Newby for more information regarding public courses and events - (telephone 0207 922 7878). 

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who cares for me? good practice in working with care leavers

Wednesday 18th November 2015

Location: Manchester

Sitra in conjunction with Leaving Care Advisory Service (LCAS) are thrilled to bring you this much needed half day briefing.

The law relating to young people has changed considerably over the past few years both statute and through cases going to court outlining Local Authorities duties to young people.

This briefing is essential to those who work with young people as it will enable you to refresh your understanding about statutory duties to young people and how agencies can work together to provide high quality services in this austere environment. The briefing has a strong emphasis on equipping delegates with the practical ideas and tools to address the difficulties they have identified and improve the service young people receive