Training empowers professionals to take on sessions and interventions that they may have previously found awkward or out of their skill’s zone. Each course provides not only up-to-date information, they also encourage professionals to take on these challenges and create effective and interactive interventions, lessons, sessions and workshops that staff and young people will enjoy.
It is important to reach young people as early as possible in the grooming process or, ideally, before they come into contact with gang recruiters. This is why gang training is suitable for professionals working with both primary and secondary schools with the content tailored to the appropriate age level.
Explore the evidence on community violence, including gang information
Explore the impact of violence upon families and relationships, from both a historical and contemporary perspective
Share good practice when safeguarding and promoting a violence-free lifestyle
Overcome the challenges facilitators may encounter when discussing violence
Boost facilitator confidence in delivering interventions, even when facing opposition from parents, practitioners or their own values
This exclusive training for professionals working with young people, youth workers, YOT workers, teachers, mentors and those that work within family services. A unique opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of young people at risk, involved or victims of gang culture and violence
This 1 day training course will help practitioners put forward proactive interventions to engage & tackle this prevalent & challenging issue. Social media now plays a central role in the lives and the way of young people behave in the United Kingdom
A one-day awareness raising course delivered by a nationally acclaimed trainer looking at young people’s involvement in gangs and the exploitation of vulnerable children by organised crime in a gang context
County lines, or ‘going country’ refers to when groups or gangs exploit young people or vulnerable adults to carry and/or sell drugs across county boundaries. 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.
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.