Associate Trainers

Mandy Parry Training works with a number of highly qualified and experienced associate trainers (see below) delivering training in a number of areas, including Child Protection and Safeguarding, Sexual Health, Abortion, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender young people and Attachment & Trauma.

This means that training can be further adapted and extended to suit the needs of your setting. For instance, to allow training in smaller groups, training can be delivered in parallel by more than one trainer.

Pam YoungPam Young

Pam is a qualified nurse and has extensive experience of working in the community with children and families in the  area of child safeguarding and child protection.

She has worked in Bristol and North Somerset for health and social services and held posts as child safeguarding supervisor, named nurse for safeguarding children and designated nurse for children in care. These roles have included delivering: child protection training to large groups, individual and group child protection supervision, advice and support to practitioners working with children and families.

Pam has completed the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) Supervision Skills Course and has a Further Adult Education Teaching Certificate and a Diploma in Professional Studies.

Pam is highly committed to providing quality training to ensure that everyone understands their role in protecting and promoting the wellbeing of children in their care.

Jackie Haskinsjackie haskins

Jackie is a trained and experienced clinician and has extensive contraception and sexual health experience since 1990 in Birmingham, Sandwell, Manchester and Bristol.  Previously she worked extensively for Birmingham Brook (Handsworth and City Centre Clinics).

After working as Bristol Brook’s first outreach nurse in schools and setting up the first Bristol Secondary School contraception and sexual health drop-in, she then managed of Brook’s first outreach team comprising of nurses and youth workers providing drop-ins in all of the Bristol Secondary Schools, for which she was shortlisted for the 2008 National Nursing Times Award for Innovations in Sexual Health.

Jackie  is currently working as the Pregnancy Advisory Service Outreach Nurse in Bristol, targeting young people who have already had a pregnancy and supporting them to take control of their sexual and reproductive health.  Jackie is highly committed to reducing sexual health inequalities for young people.

Emma Spillane

Emma is an experienced trainer, qualified teacher, adoptive parent and independent panel member for TACT. She delivers training in attachment and trauma to staff working in education settings and is very passionate about spreading awareness about what can practically be done to support vulnerable children within the education system.

Emma has worked in primary and secondary schools in teaching capacities, and has tutored children and taught piano 1:1 at home. She also spent a number of years working in higher education in administration, management and student support so has a broad understanding of the education sector. More recently she has also begun working with adoptive families in an education advisory and advocacy role.