Supporting children who repeatedly go missing from care

Join our free webinar on our newest training ‘Supporting children who go missing from care’

Missing People has been working with The Care Experienced Movement to create new training for children’s residential care providers, including semi-independent providers. We have also been developing a range of other support that we can offer to providers, including helping you to be Ofsted-ready.  


We are really excited to be holding a launch event for the training on Tuesday 5th December from 11am-11:50am and showcasing the new products we will be offering to help you as care providers deliver high-quality support for missing children. You will have the chance to ask us questions and our event will be grounded in lived experience.  

Who should attend?

This event is aimed at staff who work with children who are care experienced including:

  • Registered Managers of children’s care homes or semi-independent accommodation (private, local authority or third sector)
  • Senior leaders overseeing a group of children’s care homes or semi-independent accommodation
  • Learning and development managers within children’s care homes or semi-independent accommodation
  • Commissioners within Local Authorities who oversee contracts with care providers
  • Operational staff working with children who are care experienced


  • Children who go missing from care – the national context
  • An overview of our new training with a focus on why care experienced children might go missing
  • Guest speaker – The Care experienced movement
  • Tools and products to support you to improve the standards for missing children in your provision
  • Missing People core services and Q & A


Holly Pitt – Head of Business Development – Missing People

Holly has co-created the content for the new children missing from care training we are showcasing at this event and is passionate about ensuring the work we do is centred around the needs of children and young people who go missing. Holly recently led a project in Wales creating a toolkit of resources and training for professionals, focussed on decriminalisation of children in care. Over the last 5 years at Missing People Holly has trained hundreds of multi-agency professionals including police, social workers and care providers, to help them to continually improve their communication with missing children.

Rose Regan – Co-Founder – The Care Experience Movement

Rose is Co-CEO for The Care Experienced Movement and co-produced the children missing from care training with Holly and their Co-CEO Isabelle Kirkham. Rose also runs their own small craft business. Rose finished college with a distinction in Fashion and Textiles. Rose is care experienced, neurodivergent, disabled and queer and wishes to try and make the world a better place for all.


Bookings are closed for this event.

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