Event: Engaging Fathers and Male Carers

Roger Olley, MBE, editor of the newly published practitioners guide to ‘Engaging Fathers in the Early Years’ is hosting an ‘Including Men’ Development Day in the run up to Fathers’ Day.

Engaging Fathers and Male Carers in the Early Years is a morning of skill building workshops for managers and practitioners.

Date – Friday 15th June 2012

Time – 9.00 -1pm

Venue – City Library. Newcastle Upon Tyne

Cost – £39 per person

You can join Roger Olley MBE and other experienced father and male inclusion workers for a morning of outcome driven workshops.

Delegates can attend two of the four skill building workshops offered and will be given the opportunity to develop a strategic checklist for engaging fathers and male carers in their own settings.

The workshops to be held are:

  • Engaging fathers in antenatal and postnatal periods
  • Engaging fathers in early years and transition
  • Engaging and working with young fathers
  • Engaging and working with non resident fathers

Delegates attending the morning will be able to buy a discounted copy of the newly published practitioners guide to ‘Engaging Fathers in the Early Years’. This practical guide Draws on the expertise of a range of professionals and will help Early Years Practitioners to actively engage fathers in their child’s wellbeing.

Please email ask@includingmen.org to book or contact Roger on 07905 776 223.

About

Glen Poole is UK co-ordinator for International Men's Day, Director at the consultancy Helping Men and news editor of insideMAN magazine. Follow him on twitter @HelpingMen or find out more about his work at www.helpingmen.co.uk.

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