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Future Events October 2018

2018
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Resilience & Risk training course - Wednesday 3rd October 2018

03 October 2018

This workshop is an introduction for professionals wishing to develop the emotional literacy content in their existing work to support young people to express themselves appropriately. Focusing specifically on building resilience and self-confidence, both of which are powerful protective factors against dangerous or...

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Learning Disabilities, Sex & the Law training course - Wednesday 10th October 2018

10 October 2018

This workshop supports professionals in their understanding of relevant legislation around provision of service, and will cover rights and responsibilities and duty of care as well as professional boundaries. Useful for anyone involved in providing care or education and a great partner for the Who Decides course,...

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Information Day for Professionals - Thursday 11th October 2018

11 October 2018

Time of event: 10am - 3pm An opportunity for professionals to meet our staff and students, and discover more about QAC. These events are free of charge and include lunch. Please book your places early as numbers are limited. For more information please call 0121 428 5041 or email  info@qac.ac.uk ...

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Birmingham International Marathon - Sunday 14th October 2018

14 October 2018

More information to follow! In the meantime, contact Paisley on phipkiss@qac.ac.uk or call 0121 428 5064 for more information on how you can get involved.

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Making Your Relationships & Sex Education Accessible training course - Wednesday 17th October 2018

17 October 2018

This energetic and participant-driven workshop is a fun opportunity to meet others involved in delivering relationships and sex education, and work on adapting existing resources and developing new ones to ensure maximum inclusivity and accessibility. Delivery strategies and key curriculum points explored and covered...

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What the students say

Being a residential student has really helped me to become more independent I do my own washing and I can cook with a bit of help from staff.

Amy - 18

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Amy
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