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Education Professionals Forum - Past Events

The first meeting of The FASD Trust Education Professionals Forum took place on 12th July 2013 in Peterborough.  The clear consensus from those attending was that the event had been very worthwhile and had served as a successful launch of the Forum. One participant described the event as "fantastic day" and the best meeting that she had attended "for a very long time"! The event received attention in local radio and regional television news broadcasts, and also featured in the local press (Peterborough Telegraph).

We are building on the success of the Education Professionals launch event by holding a series of "Roadshows" in various parts of the country.  Below is the current schedule of such events (dates, locations), and if you are interested in having The FASD Trust Education Professionals Forum "roadshow" take place at a venue near you, please let us know via events@fasdtrust.co.uk.

The cost for each of these days was in the region of  75 to 80 per attendee (see individual event posters or contact us for specific costs), which included refreshments, lunch and course materials.  These days are led by Brian Roberts, a foster carer and former Head of Learning for Peterborough Children in Care.  For more details please e-mail Stefan at events@fasdtrust.co.uk.

Events this year:
Friday, 31st January 2014 - Ashford, Kent
Friday, 7th February 2014 - Knowsley, Liverpool
Wednesday, 12th February 2014 - Southampton
Monday, 31st March 2014 - Thetford, Norfolk
Tuesday 13th May 2014 -  Cardiff
Tuesday, 7th October, 2014 - Worcester - details available in this poster
Tuesday 4th November 2014 - Nottingham
Tuesday 11th November 2014 - Coventry [location: Ramada Hotel, The Butts, Coventry  CV1 3GG]
Wednesday 19th November 2014 - Sheffield
Dates for 2015 to come!

More details about the Forum are  available via For Education Professionals.  This is a new home page on this site. From now on, we will place information of specific interest to education professionals on this home page and its associated pages. In particular, there you will find out more about the aims, plans and activities  of the Forum, and how to join.


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