What's on?

Meet, learn and collaborate. 

Our national, regional and online training and events are an opportunity to network with other homelessness professionals - share knowledge and experience, find solutions and develop expertise within the sector.

  • Young and Homeless Conference 2019 - Let's end youth homelessness together

    Friday, 6 December 2019 | London | 10am - 4.30pm

    A one-day national conference bringing together professionals from the youth and homelessness sectors to learn and share good practice in supporting young people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

  • Advocacy Skills

    Monday, 9 December 2019 | London

    Explore what advocacy is, how to be aware of and develop people’s own style with the legal framework in mind. This course will enable you to understand when you should and should not be the person to offer advocacy, and where you should go when you...

  • Conflict Management: violent and aggressive behaviour

    Monday, 13 January 2020 | Manchester | Earlybird discount available

    Practical training to help you deal with verbal abuse, violence, threats and aggression. Learn techniques that can be adapted for use in your service, pre-emptive strategies and positive action, and de-escalation skills. You will also learn what...

  • Stress, Vicarious Trauma and managing wellbeing

    Monday, 20 January 2020 | London | Two-day course | Earlybird discount available

    This course aims to develop emotional resilience amongst staff by exploring stress, compassion fatigue, burnout and vicarious trauma, and develop strategies and techniques for managing self-care and emotional wellbeing.

  • Webinar: Tenancy sustainment and entrenchment

    Wednesday, 22 January 2020 | Online | 2.00pm-3.00pm

    This webinar will look at practical ways of tackling entrenched behaviour to achieve tenancy sustainment.

  • Webinar: Tackling Unconscious Bias

    Monday, 27 January 2020 | Online | 2.00pm-3.00pm

    Providing you with the information you need to understand the concept of unconscious bias and how awareness of it and managing it will enhance your daily interactions with your service users, colleagues and within your personal life.

  • Education, Training and Employment (ETE)

    Tuesday, 28 January 2020 | Two-day course | Manchester | Earlybird discount available

    Support your clients to move forward and access education, training and employment through practical tools, coaching and motivational strengths-based approaches.

  • Assessment & support planning skills

    Wednesday, 5 February 2020 | London | Earlybird discount available

    Excellent support is dependent on an effective Strengths-Based assessment and the formation of a strong support plan. This course will show you how to assess and plan an exemplary level of support for individuals.

  • Assessment & support planning skills

    Thursday, 6 February 2020 | Manchester | Earlybird discount available

    Excellent support is dependent on an effective Strengths-Based assessment and the formation of a strong support plan. This course will show you how to assess and plan an exemplary level of support for individuals.

  • Homelessness law, practice and the Homelessness Reduction Act

    Wednesday, 12 February 2020 | London | Earlybird discount available

    Develop your understanding of the statutory duties the people you support may be owed by the council, including the new duties of the Homelessness Reduction Act.

  • Complex Trauma and Trauma Informed Care for frontline staff

    Tuesday, 25 February 2020 | London | Earlybird discount available

    An introductory course that will explore what Complex Trauma and Trauma Informed Care is, and provide an opportunity to reflect on how your service can be a safe and empowering environment for staff and the people you support.

  • Alcohol: supporting change resistant and dependent drinkers

    Wednesday, 26 February 2020 | London | Earlybird discount available

    At any one time the majority of problem drinkers are not engaged in services, and of those who do engage approximately 50% will quickly drop out. Research suggests that those who drop out are likely to be among the more vulnerable individuals....

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