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Frontline Network Conference 2018: Wellbeing on the Frontline

Frontline Network Conference 2018: Wellbeing on the Frontline

Frontline Network Conference 2018: Wellbeing on the Frontline

Thursday, March 15, 2018

The St Martin’s Frontline Network invites frontline workers providing support to people experiencing Homelessness or who are vulnerably housed, to our Frontline Network Conference 2018.

The Conference is a get together of frontline workers, to harness ideas, energy and experience from frontline workers across the UK and highlight challenges being faced.

Date: Thursday 7 June 2018, 10.30am to 4.30pm

Venue: Conway Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, London WC1R 4RL

Workshop choices (delegates can attend one in the morning and one in the afternoon)

Workshop 1 - Ideas for small day to day changes to support staff wellbeing – 24 spaces

Workshop 2 - Mindfulness (no disabled access) – 16 spaces

Workshop 3 - Looking at changing work environments – 100 spaces

  • Universal Credit
  • Increased targets and pressures associated with this
  • Complex Needs
  • Migrant Communities-EEA and Non-EEA Migrant groups
  • Multi-agency working/ approaches

Workshop 4 Resilience and wellbeing (training workshop) – 40 spaces

Other Information

A very limited number of £150 bursaries are available to cover the cost of a delegate’s travel and accommodation to attend the Conference.

  • Bursaries are limited to 1 person per organisation.
  • Bursaries are not available for London delegates.
  • Partner organisations are not eligible for bursaries.

Maximum number of tickets available = 180. 

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