We are recruiting for an Area Convener for the West Dunbartonshire Area Support Team (AST).
We are recruiting for an Area Convener for the Glasgow Area Support Team (AST).
First Minister acknowledges valuable contribution made by all volunteers in the Children’s Hearings system.
Today (Monday 23 October 2017), Children’s Hearings Scotland (CHS) publishes its Annual Report and Accounts for the financial year 01 April 2016 to 31 March 2017.
Support children and young people through supporting panel members – become a Depute Area Convener.
CHS is looking to recruit a Depute Area Convener to the Area Support Team (AST) in North Lanarkshire.
CHS is looking to recruit a Depute Area Convener to the Area Support Team (AST) in East Renfrewshire.
Support children and young people through supporting Children's Panel members.
The National Community Training Prospectus in now available on the website.
CHS publishes its first ‘Feedback Loop’ report for 2014/15
CHS publishes second ‘Feedback Loop’ report
We are recruiting for an Area Convener for the Eilean Siar AST.
Future dates of CHS Board meetings
We are recruiting for an Area Convener for the Inverclyde AST.
The Scottish Government announced today the appointment of three new members to the Board of Children's Hearings Scotland.
Next Board meeting - 28.03.2017
Panel Practice Advisors (PPAs) play a critical role within Area Support Teams across Scotland.
CHS has today published its Business and Corporate Parenting Plan for 2017/18.
Want to combine your aspirations of making the next step in your own management career with making a positive and life changing difference to the lives of children and young people? We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and solutions focused individual in these newly created managerial roles.
Today sees the start of Volunteers' Week 2017 - an annual event which celebrates the contribution made by millions of volunteers across the UK. It’s run by the National Council for Voluntary Organisations in partnership with Volunteer Development Scotland.
Panel Practice Advisors (PPAs) play a critical role within Area Support Teams (those responsible for the delivery and administration of the Children's Hearings System at a local level across Scotland). PPAs are responsible for selecting and recommending panel members for appointment to the National Convener. They also regularly observe panel member practice within children's hearings and contribute to practice development within their local area.
You'll be joining a small and highly motivated team focused on making a difference to the lives children and young people in Scotland.