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Consultancy service

2022-07-01T11:35:33+00:00

CAPT’s consultancy service can help your organisation to shape its accident prevention work. We can help you to identify local priorities and develop evidence-based strategies and programmes.

Consultancy service2022-07-01T11:35:33+00:00

Mentoring

2022-07-01T10:36:34+00:00

We give free child safety advice to parents and carers, support professionals working with children and families, support senior professionals and policymakers and advise the government and organisations on child safety.

Mentoring2022-07-01T10:36:34+00:00

In-house training

2022-07-01T10:09:04+00:00

The number of dangerous toys sold online to unsuspecting families is on the increase - so it’s good to be aware when buying presents this year. Find out how to spot if a toy could be unsafe.

In-house training2022-07-01T10:09:04+00:00

How to deliver child accident prevention and first aid advice to parents

2022-07-01T11:45:50+00:00

""The trainer's enthusiasm for the subject was obvious - empowered me to feel that this is something that I can develop in my area. Good examples of a wide range of training methods." - First Aid Trainer" Course length One day. Summary Learn how to engage parents on accident prevention and equip them with basic first aid. "A great day's training. Very interesting and informative. Delivered very enthusiastically and clearly. Has made me feel more confident around this area." - Physical Risk Assessment Officer Who should attend? Practitioners working with families and children under five including children’s centre staff, health visitors and family nurses, and staff in working [...]

How to deliver child accident prevention and first aid advice to parents2022-07-01T11:45:50+00:00

Supporting home safety for the under-fives

2022-07-01T11:44:55+00:00

"I will amend our safety checklist and help families to take ownership of risk assessing their homes" - Early Help Family Practitioner" Course length One day. Summary A practical course to help all early years workers to empower parents and carers to prevent accidents making use of a home safety checklist. Who should attend? Practitioners working with families with children under five such as children’s centre staff, health visitors and family nurses and staff involved in early intervention and family support projects. Particularly relevant for practitioners that visit families in their home. "The hazard and solution activity was very useful – something we can do with [...]

Supporting home safety for the under-fives2022-07-01T11:44:55+00:00

How to engage parents on child accident prevention

2022-05-16T06:57:14+00:00

"I realised the importance of not just ‘telling’ parents but engaging them through questioning and visual props and local news" Course length One day. Summary A practical course to help all early years workers to empower parents and carers to prevent accidents. Who should attend? Ideal for Healthy Child Programme practitioners working with families with young children, including children’s centre staff, health visitors, community nursery nurses and staff involved in early intervention and family support projects. About the course This practical course helps practitioners make the most of everyday opportunities to engage parents and carers in child accident prevention, both one-to-one and in [...]

How to engage parents on child accident prevention2022-05-16T06:57:14+00:00

Hot water scalds – Lily’s story

2022-05-12T10:38:28+00:00

Safety equipment can help to create a safer environment for your child. It doesn’t replace the need for supervision, especially with younger children, but it can make protecting your child easier.

Hot water scalds – Lily’s story2022-05-12T10:38:28+00:00

Past event (Birmingham) – Working creatively and collaboratively in times of cutbacks.

2022-05-12T05:59:09+00:00

Hosted by West Midlands Fire Service in conjunction with the Child Accident Prevention Trust, and with funding from the Department for Transport, this FREE seminar is an opportunity for service providers and commissioners to come together and think ‘outside the silos’ about linking up services to save children’s lives on the roads. Hosted by West Midlands Fire Service in conjunction with the Child Accident Prevention Trust, and with funding from the Department for Transport, this FREE seminar is an opportunity for service providers and commissioners to come together and think ‘outside the silos’ about linking up services to save children’s lives on the roads. Start:

Past event (Birmingham) – Working creatively and collaboratively in times of cutbacks.2022-05-12T05:59:09+00:00

Top safety tips for parenthood

2022-05-11T11:43:30+00:00

With children at home over the coming weeks and the NHS overwhelmed, many families are likely to be worried about their child having a serious accident. To help you, here at CAPT we focus on the accidents that are the most serious and the easiest to prevent.

Top safety tips for parenthood2022-05-11T11:43:30+00:00

About Child Safety Week

2022-05-11T07:28:55+00:00

Child Safety Week is an annual community education campaign run by the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT), acting as a catalyst for thousands of safety conversations and activities UK-wide.

About Child Safety Week2022-05-11T07:28:55+00:00

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