Sheffield Open Doors is a network of teenage health services all over the city. The services are run by specially trained nurses, youth workers, learning mentors and other staff. All Open Doors workers have trained to provide a free and confidential service run along the same guidelines as Sheffield Youth Clinic.
All services provide free condoms, free pregnancy testing and screening for chlamydia (which is the most common sexually transmitted infection in young people under the age of 25).
In this section, Open Doors service providers can download information about the project and some of the forms (including stock request sheets) that they need to provide the service to young people within their organisation.
The aim of the risk assessment form is to identify any safeguarding concerns and the form should be used in conjunction with your organisation safe guarding procedures.
If you run a service that provides support to young people and you are interested in becoming part of the Sheffield Open Doors project, please contact Anthony Bains at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your service is already part of the Sheffield Open Doors project and you have new staff that need to be booked onto training to be able to provide this service in your organisation, please contact Hayley Barlow at: email@example.com
Training Dates for 2018:
(please note – the training is now delivered as a single full day course)
Wednesday 23rd May
Monday 2nd July
Thursday 22nd November
All training days will start with refreshments from 9.00am for a 9.30am start with the day finishing no later than 5.00pm
For further information contact Hayley Barlow at: firstname.lastname@example.org