CAPT’s master classes provide opportunities for delegates to discuss key themes in injury prevention with colleagues from across the country. They typically feature an expert panel plus interactive break-out sessions and focus on ‘what matters’ and ‘what works’ in child accident prevention.
Previous master classes have covered:
- child accident prevention and the new public health strategy
- safeguarding/neglect/child accident prevention
- child poverty, inequality and accident prevention
- preventing serious accidental injury in early years.
Feedback on our master classes
“The event gave me an excellent background to the issues around child accident prevention and what is going on already, so as a public health team we can start to make the local links and look at what we can offer.”
- Public Health Team Member, Local Authority
“I was very happy with the session. The pace, information and speakers were superb.”
- Learning and Development Support Officer, Local Safeguarding Children’s Board
“The speaker from Family Nurse Partnership was absolutely brilliant. Enabled the audience to think proactively about why families do not engage.”
- Community Nurse
“There was a huge range of people there... all doing different parts of the work... It opened my eyes more to the number of people that need to be involved at a local level that I’d not even thought of – all different professionals.”
- Child Accident Prevention Coordinator