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Following a highly successful set of taster Action Learning events, the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth is offering a free, once-off active learning opportunity with colleagues who share a commitment to improving outcomes for children and young people.
Throughout the pandemic, professional development opportunities and networking were challenging as we all struggled to offer day-to-day supports in changing circumstances. The problem-solving that often happens informally with colleagues was not always possible and plans had to be changed to keep everyone safe and well. What Works, an initiative of the Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth is offering a series of blended physical and on-line action learning opportunities for staff working with children and young people with a commitment to promoting inclusive practice. More information on What Works and the Action Learning events can be found here.
This is an opportunity to build your capacity to take the learning from your professional life and work on real problems in a small group setting, ultimately to help children, young people, and families. The learning sets will be held both online and in person. You can choose between locations at Clonmel, Sligo, Dublin and Athlone.
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Group C begins in Dublin on 13th April – register now to save your space.
Group D begins in Athlone on 26th April.
Register now to save your space.
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“If your professional motivation needs a boost and working with children and young people is your job as well as your passion, why not participate in this unique learning opportunity with colleagues who share a commitment to promoting equality and inclusion?”
Dr. Liz Hayes, Action Learning Host