Parenting Apart Programme

Parenting NI - Engaging with parents of children and young people (supporting CYPSP)

Parenting NI are delivering a programme aimed at parents who have separated, are separating, divorced or thinking of divorce. The programme will provide parents with technical advice and guidance that will help them focus on the child’s needs with the aim of minimising the impact of separation.
Date: 13 August – 3 September 2013
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Venue: React, 30A Ardlery’s Lane, Banbridge,BT32 3RD
For more information click here

To register for the programme contact the Parents Helpline on 0808 8010 722

Youth Volunteer Fair in Armagh

Youth Volunteering Fair

The CYPSP Armagh Locality Planning Group is working in partnership with Volunteer Now to facilitate a volunteer fair for young people in Armagh.
Date: 18 September 2013
Venue: Recreational Centre, Cathedral Road, Armagh
Time: 10am-3pm

Read the flyer for this event here

If you are an organisation wishing to attend the event, register your interest with Julie (CYPSP) on 07725 232566 or at

Outcomes Training Event



    • Date: 04 November 2013,
    • Venue: Children in Northern Ireland, Unit 9, 40 Montgomery Road, Belfast,
    • No. of days: 1,
    • Trainer: Maurice Leeson Health & Social Care Board,
    • Times: 9.30am – 4.30pm,
    • Cost: Free

This workshop is aimed at managers at all levels who are responsible for setting and monitoring outcomes and measuring the effectiveness of service delivery.  It will give participants the opportunity to begin to identify appropriate outcomes for their work linked to ‘Every Child Matters’.  The workshop will also encourage participants to develop an integrated model of working with outcomes to demonstrate the effectiveness of the services they deliver.


LGBT Creating Inclusive Workplace Programme

LGBT E-Learning - Creating Inclusive Workplaces Programme

In 2011, the findings from the Rainbow Project research report, ‘Through Our Eyes’ – Experiences showed that some 40% of respondents from the public sector had heard negative comments about LGBT people in the workplace. The CYPSP LGBT subgroup recognises the value and potential of the PHA/SHSCT e-learning programme which has been designed to increase awareness of legislation, misperceptions and barriers faced by LGB and T individuals in the workplace.


For more information click here to read the ‘Creating Inclusive Workplaces’ programme

To access the training click here