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Child Concern is a registered charity, who are based in the North West. Child Concern is an association with a multidisciplinary membership from a wide geographical area. The present membership exceeds 400 and includes solicitors, Barristers, Social Workers, Children's Guardians or Family Court Advisers, Court Welfare Officers, Magistrates, Justices' Clerks, Police Officers, Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Paediatricians and other Health Professionals and members of the Judiciary.
- To work further and improve knowledge and practice of all persons involved and interest in the law and practice relating to children and children's issues.
- Child Concern is to provide multi disciplinary training of the highest standard on issues of current interests to many different professionals and agencies working with children and their families within the forensic contest of both public and private law proceedings.
- Child Concern provides its members with a forum for the exchange of information, opinions and ideas and the opportunity to share and learn from the experience and knowledge of members of other professions dealing with the same issues in relation to children and their families.
- Child Concern presents two or three full day seminars annually which are CPD accredited for solicitors and for members of the Bar under the New Practitioner Programme. Seminars are open to members and non members at very competitive prices. All members benefit from discounts on seminars and training days. Evening seminars are CPD accredited and held monthly with guest speakers invited to address topical or "special interest" subjects.
- The subscription rate for membership to Child Concern is currently £25.00 per annum and the membership year runs from 1st May to 30th April.
- Group membership is available in multiples of five for employees or members of organisations wishing to take advantage of discounted seminar fees and the Newsletter.
Whilst all the information given in this document was correct at the time of going to press, DIAL Doncaster cannot be held responsible for any subsequent changes.