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***UPCOMING EVENT***

 

DISABILITY AND CHILD PROTECTION

- How to use the Child Protection and Disability toolkit

- Best Practice - Disability and Child Protection

Speaker  :  Audrey Cameron, Research Fellow

 

When      :  Wednesday 7 June, 2017

                  1.30 - 3.30 p.m.

                       (Registration 1.00 - 1.30 p.m.)

 

Where    :  Room 222, Business School

                 Robert Gordon University

                 Garthdee Campus

 

A free multi-agency event for frontline workers - Teachers, Students, School Nurses, Social Workers, Health Visitors, Service Providers.

For more information and booking form, click to links below

DisabilityandCPBookingForm

DisabilityEventProgramme

DisabilityEventFlyer

 

   

SCR Development Session 01.03.17

Links to the Presentations and other documents can be found in the Core Child Protection Training and Events Section.

 

National CSE Event - Aberdeen 07.03.17

Links to Presentations can be found in the Core Child Protection Training and Events section. 

                     

Leaflets

Please note the suite of Child Protection Partnership Protection Leaflets can now be found in the Child Protection Register Section 

 

Child Protection Partnership

The NESCPC disaggregated in March 2013 and since that time 3 Local Authority area child protection committee structures have been in place: Aberdeen City Child Protection Committee, Moray Child Protection Committee and Aberdeenshire-Child-Protection-Committee

A North East office (now known as the Child Protection Partnership) continues to manage The Child Protection Register of behalf of Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray and deliver bespoke child protection Training as required by the three child protection committee partnerships.

 

Links to Child Protection Committees

 

 

 
 
 

 

Contact Child Protection Partnership

Any queries about the Child Protection Partnership can be directed on 01224 523232 or contact us by email.

Do not use these contact details to pass on concerns about a child.

 

Concerned about a child?

Click on links below