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Good Practice

The Children, Young People and Families Team run regular training on Good Practice across the diocese. To view our upcoming events, click here.

We will soon have an online Good Practice course for you to try; register your interest here.

You can also view the Parish Safeguarding Handbook and visit the national Church of England site for template permission forms to support your practice.

Safeguarding

The Children, Young People and Families Team are not responsible for dealing with Safeguarding concerns. To get in touch with the Diocesan Safeguarding Team, click here.

Recruitment

For those of you who are thinking of recruiting a Children, Young People and/or Families Worker, a document has been produced to help you think through the process of the recruitment. 
Are you ready to employ? - Please use this as an aid as you prepare to create a role.
An FAQ list has also been compiled.

For further information, please contact Dawn Savidge

Vacancies

For current vacancies in the Diocese of Leeds, click here.

Funding

If you are looking for any funding towards a project, visit the Diocesan Stewardship page for some useful links.

Church of England Youth Council (CEYC)

CEYC is a part of the Church of England run for 16-25 year olds by 16-25 year olds.

CEYC was created in 2004 as a forum in which those aged between 16 and 25 could share views on matters affecting the Church of England as a whole, and their churches locally. Through a network of Diocesan Representatives, the Council seeks to represent the views of young people and young adults in the Church of England, contributing to diocesan and national conversations and ensuring that the views of young people and young adults are taken into consideration. It seeks to empower its members to have a voice in their local church, and through an annual residential and one-day conference, engage them in discussing important issues.

For more information about CEYC of to sign up as a member, click here

Three young people on a rock enjoying the view into the distance
 

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