Time: 09:30 Duration: 3hrs Venue: Craig Mitchell House, Glenrothes Aims: This workshop assists participants to understand the impact of poverty when a family moves to Universal Credit, specifically the impact the assessment period has upon families.
Time: 09:30 Duration: 2.5hrs Venue: Craig Mitchell House Glenrothes Aims: The aim of this course is to give practitioners an awareness of how the of how poverty impacts a whole family with a higher cost of living and living on a low budget. We will look at Best start, Brighter futures, the key priority groups and different routes out of poverty. And to look at long term change to reduce inequalities, improve outcomes for families and reduce the number of children living in poverty in Fife.
Time: 09:30 Duration: 2.5hrs Venue: Craig Mitchell House Glenrothes Aims: The aim of this course is to give practitioners an awareness of how poverty impacts children and young people and explores how we listen and hear their voices. Giving children the best start in life is an aspiration of the Scottish Government “Every child deserves every chance” and Fife Council’s Children’s Services Plan stats “Fife where every child and young person matters”. Therefore, it is important the children and young people impacted by poverty are given special attention so that their needs matter, listen to and heard.