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The HEY Network is for professionals working with young people and their families in Enfield and Haringey. We are here to provide support, training and information to professionals so they are best equipped to help the young people they serve.

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PYL: Mentoring, Safe Spaces and Trusted Relationships | 8th Sept 2021

This training course is delivered by Partnership for Young London (PYL) The Mayor of London's office has funded a range of London Wide courses for professionals working with young people which we help promote to our network)

A joint event with the Young Londoners Fund Local Networks exploring the role of mentoring and trusted relationships in young people’s lives, this session will hear from a range of practitioners about their approaches to mentoring  and have time to share practice with other London professionals.

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Stop and Search Training | 16th Sept 2021

This course is fully booked

We have linked up with Release, a legal advice charity to deliver this FREE training course for professionals working with young people in Enfield and Haringey.

The course will help professionals have the skills to inform young people of their rights, to safely and legally intervene, to understand the law including section 60. The course content has been written by lawyers and civil liberties campaigners.

Young People and Anger | 23rd Sept 2021

Lockdown and Covid related restrictions have been challenging for everyone, including young people. For some this has resulted in increased tensions at home, difficulty expressing emotions and aggressive behaviour, impacting on mental health and emotional wellbeing.

As we begin the slow journey back to normal life, this online course aims to develop an understanding of how anger is triggered and experienced by young people, how this can lead to aggressive and/or challenging behaviour and ways that youth workers can help them to express feelings in more positive ways that don’t overwhelm and lead to conflict.

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