Suzi Moore

Suzi has worked with children and families in social care and health settings for 20 years.

Suzi Moore
Suzi Moore

Suzi has worked with children and families in social care and health settings for 20 years. She has helped develop and deliver support services for marginalized groups, as well as high-quality training packages for professionals across the sectors.

She has worked on a freelance basis for the past two years, teaching in across areas such as child sexual exploitation; hidden harm and neglect; the neuropsychology of brain development; drug and alcohol awareness; resilience and protective factors in children; and safeguarding.

Suzi lives in Bristol with her husband and daughter. Her interests include cooking, dancing, going to festivals and taking trips in her campervan.

Experience

2013–Present: Freelance Trainer & Consultant, England & Wales

2011–2013: Regional Development Manager, Action for Prisoners Families, Wales

2010–2011: Service Manager, The Equality Project, Wales

2007–2010: Policy and Development Officer, Barnardo’s, Wales

2005–2007: Director of Volunteering, Newlink, Wales

2004–2005: Project Co-Ordinator, Mentoring Scheme, Aftercare Services, Newport

2003–2004: Freelance Trainer in English for Businesses, South of France

2002–2003: Young Peoples Drug Treatment Worker, Harbour, Plymouth

2001–2002: Traveling and Teaching English, South/Central America

1998–2001: Outreach Development Worker, Oasis Project, Brighton

1996–1998: Outreach Worker, Working with Prostitutes Project, Southampton

Qualifications

PGCE / PCET (Postgraduate Certificate in Education and Training), UWIC, Cardiff, 2010

Managing in the Voluntary Sector and Women into Management Course, Cardiff University, 2006

Counselling Skills (Level 2), Person Centred Counselling, Southampton City College, 1998

PG Diploma in Drug Use and Addiction Studies, John Moores University, Liverpool, 1996

BSc (Hons) in Psychology, University of Central Lancashire, 1994