Working with Men Training Events
Why work with boys and young men?
Gender specific work with boys and young men is on the increase. Concerns about underachievement, sexual health, suicide, crime, among other issues, have led to mainstream, as well as non-statutory, services to look at ways in which they can target and engage with boys and young men.
London Workshops and Seminars
Working With Men, the UK’s leading action research charity in this topic area, runs a programme of workshops and seminars which aim to benefit and equip professionals whose work impacts upon young people, especially boys and young men.
If you would like to reserve a place for one or more of our London training days, please visit: www.workingwithmen.org and click on ‘training’. If you would like to request further information about a seminar or workshop, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone: 020 7237 5353.
Each seminar/workshop is led by one of our specialist consultants – whose biographies are also on the Working with Men website.
All seminars/courses take place in venues in central London that are easily accessed via public transport. The venues, too, are listed on the website.Tags: African-Caribbean fathers, Domestic violence, Drugs and alcohol, Imprisoned fathers, Parenting education, Vulnerable families, Young fathers