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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 Raks Patel at raks.patel@stmartinscharity.org.uk

 

Events

Praxis are hosting this event as an opportunity to find out what tools and resources are available for working with homeless migrants, and to consider what more is needed.
For the second Blackpool, Wyre and Fylde Frontline Network meeting, we are focusing on getting to know each other and our services, with the aim of strengthening partnership working across services.
This session will identify how to share and develop positive approaches to homelessness across the sector.
The February meeting of the Plymouth Frontline Network will focus on the topic of Universal Credit. The DWP local partnership manager will be presenting and answering questions.
This is one of a series of Homeless Link events to support frontline workers to develop effective responses to meeting the new duties contained within the Act.
The next Frontline Network meeting will be hosted by Joe Baldock from the Justlife Team who will be sharing some practical training and tips on the use of time.
The Coventry Frontline Network Forum is open to frontline workers who work with homeless or vulnerably housed people across Coventry, to meet and discuss local housing and homeless issues.
Graham Allcott will facilitate this workshop which will help you change the way you think about meetings - from energy drain to productive gain!
This session will focus on what are the most pressing issues in homelessness in the Liverpool City Region and what can we do to address them?