On this half-day course you will develop your understanding of young women involved and or affected by county lines and gangs, and increase your confidence to implement what you learn into your own work.
Professionals working predominantly with children, young people and their families, parents or carers, and those involved in intervention and reviewing the safeguarding needs for a child or young people, where there are safeguarding concerns, and or potential risks of exploitation.
By the end of the training, participants will:
Identify the emergence of county lines, youth violence and gangs.
Recognise indicators, signs and reasons young people may get caught up with countylines or gangs.
Talk about the role of young women specifically including; grooming, initiation, drug running and sexual exploitation.
Recognise early intervention and harm minimisation opportunities.
Examine key aspects of gangs such as structure, and the impact of media.
Identify available support and resources for young people in your area
Really powerful and insightful course especially for someone like myself who has never had that ‘street’ level of knowledge experience
The trainer was focused, enthusiastic, knowledgeable of his field, open, direct, time keeper
Absolutely incredible course, can’t recommend it enough!
Excellent course; very detailed knowledge and explanations to ensure understanding
Risk taking behaviour in young people and how their decisions about alcohol, drugs, self-harm, sex and relationships are often linked together. This one-day course aims to give facilitators a unique framework when working with young people.
This one-day training programme supports professionals with the challenges young people face; include risks of grooming and sexual exploitation, negotiating online safety, engaging in healthy consent-based relationships, and dealing with the pressures to conform to idealised models of ‘how to be’ men and women.
This one day course is for professionals working in a range of youth and community settings.
This course provides specialised knowledge for professionals working with young people , focusing on the management of self-harm & suicide-related behaviours.
To provide participants with an understanding of what professional boundaries are and why they are needed.
Explore power balance/imbalance, who negotiates the boundaries and who is accountable should a violation occur
At KIP Education, the experiences of professionals, and the young people they work with, are at the heart of our training programme. Each year we deliver training to over 10,000 professionals, and our expert trainers give you the practical skills to support the young people you work with.
Our training courses are designed to build your understanding of key issues and give you the confidence to make a difference in young people’s lives.