We are delighted to invite you to Think2Speak LIVE, our annual conference for professionals who work with young people.
Our expert speakers will share the latest research, resources and practical guidance to discuss, and facilitate, meaningful inclusion of young people.
Plenary key notes from:
Claire Birkenshaw, Lecturer at Leeds Beckett University
To suppress or to repress that is the minority stress question - In order to improve the wellbeing of LGBTQ+ children and young people we must understand minority stress before we can find solutions.
Magid Majid, Lord Mayor of Sheffield
Asha Iqbal - Founder of Generation Reform
Secure your place on a workshop of your choice - booking required and places are limited. Sessions from our speakers and Think2Speak's team of experts include:
Planning and delivering inclusive Relationships and Sex Education, Catherine Kirk
Let’s Talk To Young People, Jo Tasker, Youth Worker
Trauma and The Classroom, Mary Meredith
Transgender and Gender Identity, Claire Birkenshaw
Register now to benefit from:
Practical take home messages, resources and techniques for staff working with young people
Workshop choice and Social Action hackathon
Networking opportunities for attendees
Access T2SLive Marketplace with 20+ exhibitors
Paid for places available for professionals working with young people with thanks to Lincolnshire County Council’s Community Cohesion Fund.
All tickets include lunch and refreshments throughout the day plus access to the workshops - limited places are available on each workshop so booking is advised. Donations are gratefully received towards the events and to our ongoing work.
Please contact email@example.com if you would like to transfer booked places to other staff members.
When? Friday 9th November 9:00 - 4:30
Where? Hardy Building, Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln
Who for? Professionals working with young people particularly SLT, PSHE Leads, Pastoral Staff and School Governors
> Free of charge for professionals working with young people
> Charity and third sector tickets - suggested donation £60
> Corporate delegate - suggested minimum donation £95
Want to exhibit in the Marketplace - click here
Probably the most professional training event I have ever attended. Sincere thanks to Lizzie and to each of the speakers and all staff who helped make this day informative and enjoyable.
In the words of Nicky Pattinson: "What a bloody brilliant day!"
A really thought-provoking day; a good use of precious time. Many thanks.
Thoroughly enjoyed the day and feel it was an excellent investment of my time. Thank you.
Gained lots of knowledge from today's event, which I will adopt into my everyday work. Made lots of new contacts which will be followed up! Thanks for our invite!
An excellent day with so many useful ideas and resources. Really well organised and catered. Thank you.
A thought provoking day with useful information that I will use in my role (and life).
It was just as amazing if not better than last year. It always gives me a personal and professional boost that actually we are doing a good job and more importantly that we are not alone.
Really good informative day. It is my second time at T2S. Great speakers who are engaging and informative. "Marketplace" is great for gaining more information. Thank you!
A great day. Valuable information-reaffirming what we do well already but also what we can do to improve practice.
Feedback from #t2slive16:
‘I am absolutely blown away with this event and thrilled that we’ve got such an amazing organization out there that’s ready to support our teachers and our practioners in their frontline practice because we all know how important self esteem and emotional wellbeing of children is, and the fact that there’s now this very robust and well researched network there for us to access is just incredible. Very impressed!’
‘I’m really enjoying being here today. It’s been very very inspirational...... it’s important that we all pull together and get these things right for these young people from the start.’
'Excellent day. Inspiring - would recommend!'