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Interactive Webinar: Developing a trauma-based approach in youth work

December 9 @ 9:30 am 12:30 pm

Trauma affects youth in all communities, and responses to those experiences by child-serving systems are critical. It is important for providers serving youth to understand how best to respond and support healing.

Essential for anyone with safeguarding responsibilities, this introductory workshop has been designed to raise awareness about the Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) of girls and young women. Complex, often relationship driven, we will look at this emotive topic in relation to gangs and County Lines to understand the roles females can play in gangs, how to identify potential signs of grooming and the links between CSE and Child Criminal Exploitation, trafficking and Modern Slavery.

Using learning from the Serious Case Review for Rotherham, we will consider how racial and gender-based stereotypes and assumptions made about lifestyle relate to ‘rape culture’ and the negative impact this can have on perceptions of things like choice, consent and criminal coercion.

This course is ideal for those who want to expand their knowledge as a relevant resource for their work with young people

AIMS & OBJECTIVES

On completion of this training, participants will gain:

  • Raised awareness about the Child Sexual Exploitation of young women and children
  • Different models of CSE and additional risk factors for vulnerable young women and girls
  • The attractions of gang life for some young women and a working knowledge of the legislation intended to keep children and young people safe
  • How CSE can link to Child Criminal Exploitation (CCE), trafficking and Modern Slavery
  • Practical tips for engaging young women in girls in protective conversations to build the skills to make healthy choices and stay safe
  • Links to further learning and resources and support.

On Completion Of This Course, You Will Receive A Certificate And Resources That Can Be Used Towards Your Continued Professional Development (CPD)Book Now

SUITABLE FOR:

This course will benefit a range of people, including:

  • Teachers
  • Pastoral staff
  • Youth workers
  • Youth Offending teams
  • Social and health care professionals
  • Community groups
  • Parents/carers
  • Volunteers

TESTIMONIALS

“Everyone, whether parent, teacher, manager, or child, should hear what KIP Education have to say. The training was superb, thought provoking, informational, and motivational. Nowhere else could I have got the vital information this training provided. Everyone should know what KIP is telling you about drugs and drug misuse and the impact it has on young people lives.”

Social Worker – Camden

“This course covered all aspects that I could need – well done! Fun, interesting and a great use of case studies and life skills”

PSHE Lead – Malton, North Yorkshire

“Thank you for all these tools. The way you facilitated the training made it really easy and pleasant to contribute. It was really informative, especially as it was delivered by you, who has experienced the topic.”

Headteacher – Manchester

Training is highly participatory and interactive.

Our experienced trainers support participants through interactive exercises and facilitated discussions, creating a safe space for reflection, sharing and professional development.

Get in Touch

info@kipeducation.com
Tel: 0208 207 5567