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Frontline Network events are being 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

EVENT FUND

In June 2017 we launched an Events Fund. The Frontline Network 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. We just need an outline of the purpose and content of the event, what you hope to achieve through the event, how you plan to evaluate this, and what you are applying for funding for. The Events Fund is only open to registered members of the Frontline Network.

The Events Fund 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 Raks Patel at raks.patel@stmartinscharity.org.uk We consider applications for events funding on a monthly basis and you will be notified of the outcome of your application following the end of the month in which you submitted your application.

 

Events

This is a free frontline practitioner event for people working for frontline homelessness organisations, or working with destitute migrants, across the Greater Manchester area.
An opportunity to introduce the St Martin's Frontline Network to organisations in Plymouth who are working with people experiencing homelessness or those who are vulnerably housed.
The event is for frontline day centre workers, working in London.
This one day training course is delivered by Homeless Link to help frontline workers from across the homelessness sector develop their understanding of non-EEA migrant destitution and homelessness.
This free morning conference will encourage a collaborative approach to preventing homelessness across Suffolk. It will also raise awareness of the new statutory duties to report homelessness.
This one day training course is delivered by Homeless Link to help frontline workers from across the homelessness sector develop their understanding of non-EEA migrant destitution and homelessness.
This is a QNI (The Queen's Nursing Institute) Homeless Health Programme free event, bringing together nurses and other health professionals, working in the housing, care and homelessness sectors.
Yorkshire & Humber Community of Practice: Reflective Practice
This one day training course is delivered by Homeless Link to help frontline workers from across the homelessness sector develop their understanding of non-EEA migrant destitution and homelessness.