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Frontline Network events are hosted through our partners across the UK, and you can also find other free (or low cost) events aimed at frontline workers listed below. If you are hosting an event which is free (or low cost) for frontline workers to attend, and you would like it promoted here, please get in touch at frontline@stmartinscharity.org.uk 

Events Fund

The Events Fund is a pot of money to support events for frontline workers which will help them to learn, share best practice, develop their professional networks, and overcome barriers and challenges. Applicants can apply for up to £500, which can be used to cover the costs of venue hire, refreshments, speakers or participant travel bursaries. The Events Fund is only open to registered members of the Frontline Network and is not open to Strategic Partners of the Frontline Network. To apply for events funding please complete this short application form and return it to the Frontline Network at frontline@stmartinscharity.org.uk

 

Events

An opportunity for networking with other day services, plus presentations and updates on current policy and practice issues
We will be running two separate sessions for frontline workers who are providing quite intensive support to people experiencing homelessness. The events aim to help support better communication cha...
The meeting has been divided into two halves. The first session will be focused around demystifying the commissioning process, then in the afternoon we'll be learning about Strength Based Approache...
Help your clients get their money worries under control so you can concentrate on the important stuff. For frontline support workers in housing, homelessness, mental health and social care.
We will be running two separate sessions for frontline workers who are providing quite intensive support to people experiencing homelessness. The events aim to help support better communication cha...
Help your clients make a successful application to a charity for something they need. For social workers and charity sector advisers.
Starting a conversation about money and keeping it positive is hard work. It is avoided as a topic and only dealt with when it becomes urgent. This workshop uses tried and tested techniques from M...
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