Month: August 2019
FREE Modern Slavery Training in Dudley
FREE Modern Slavery Training
Safe and Sound invite you to attend FREE training sessions on Modern Slavery.
There are 2 ‘tiers’ to the training, information is below regarding which one you should attend depending on your role:
The 1 hour awareness session, is suitable for anybody in our partner organisations within the Dudley Borough, including the community, voluntary, faith and business sectors, who wants to gain a basic understanding of modern slavery and human trafficking and where you should report if you have concerns
Aim: To provide a basic awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking
By the end of the session delegates will:
- Have a basic awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking
- Be able to explain the different types of modern slavery
- Know who to contact if you come into contact with a potential victim of modern slavery
To book your place please follow this link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/modern-slavery-briefing-session-tickets-66189286939
The 3 hour training session is open to our partner organisations, within the Dudley Borough, including the community, voluntary, faith and business sectors.
This course is recommended for staff that may work with individuals and families but will refer any concerns to the MASH.
(This will also include Specialists / Designated leads who have particular specialist safeguarding responsibilities. Operational managers of services for members of the public including children, young people, families and vulnerable adults. Senior Managers responsible for strategic management of services for members of the public including; children, young people, families and vulnerable adults, Directors of Services and commissioners)
Aim: To raise awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking and highlight appropriate responses to potential victims
By the end of the course delegates will:
- Understand how you can contribute to fighting modern slavery in the UK
- Understand your role and responsibilities in tackling modern slavery
- Understand what support is available for modern slavery victims and
- Know where to refer potential victims and share intelligence
To book your place please follow these links
Dudley ACE’s Online Training
In partnership with West Midlands Violence Prevention Alliance (West Midlands PCC) , we are pleased to launch this FREE online training: Introduction to Adverse Childhood Experiences. Available online NOW: https://www.acesonlinelearning.com/
This course is aimed at practitioners, professionals and volunteers who work with children, young people and their families.
Over approximately 50 minutes, this online training covers the following modules:
- Introduction to ACEs: By the end of this section you will be able to identify adverse experiences that can impact on a child’s development and their response to stress.
- Brain Development in the Early Years: By the end of this section you will understand the importance of healthy brain development in a child’s early years and the impacts of toxic stress.
- The Impact of Childhood Adversity: By the end of this section you will understand that experiencing adversity in childhood can have a significant impact over a person’s life course resulting in ill health, poor wellbeing and in some cases premature death.
- Social, Health and Community Impacts of ACEs Early Trauma: By the end of this section you will be able to identify a range of social and community impacts resulting from ACEs.
- Protective Factors: By the end of this section you will be able to give key examples of ‘Protective Factors’ that can help prevent ACEs and different strategies that can help build resilience.
- Looking at ACEs Through a Trauma Informed Lens: By the end of this section you will understand what it means to look at adverse childhood experiences through a ‘trauma informed lens’.
- Building Resilience: By the end of this section you will understand how building resilience can help mitigate the impact of ACEs.
Please feel free to share the link to this course with colleagues and anyone else you feel may be interested.
We welcome any feedback you may have and would actively encourage you to forward this to Ben Curtis (firstname.lastname@example.org).