Empowering frontline workers
The network is led by the ideas and expertise of those on the frontline, finding ways to support them and their work. As part of that, the network offers funding, community and resources.
The Northern Ireland Frontline Network works in partnership with the UK wide Frontline Network so that frontline workers can come together with others to share their experiences.
The Frontline Network works across the UK to support frontline workers who are supporting people who are experiencing homelessness. One way the network does this is by providing various funding programmes at different points in the year, so check back regularly for when these become available.
The Frontline Network are now accepting applications for their training fund. The Fund was initially set up in 2019 to help cover the cost of training that supports Frontline staff in their work. To find out more and to apply please visit HERE
The network also provides opportunities for workers to come together and share experiences and expertise at an Annual Conference and other events. You can also check out the What’s On page, that promotes events that are free.
Regular opportunities are provided to have your say through an Annual Frontline Worker Survey and to support each other through an online discussion forum. The News and Views section also shares blogs and best practice from across the UK. A monthly e-news, which you can sign up for here, also goes out to all network members.
Frontline Network Partners have helped to build the Frontline Network’s work at a local level, by facilitating their Network activities and regularly bringing together frontline workers.
Network Partners provide;
- Opportunities for frontline workers to regularly come together in their areas
- To network, share experiences and expertise
- The potential to explore solutions to key issues affecting staff and people they are supporting
- Links between the frontline voice and decision-makers