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**** POSTPONED ****NWG CSE CoOrdinators/Practitioners Forum

NWG Network
West Midlands - Birmingham

7 December 2016
10:30 - 16:00
**** POSTPONED ****
Please see events for new dates
 
This working group has been established on behalf of The NWG Network
Aim:Safeguard Children and Young People from Sexual Exploitation, focussing on 3 key themes:  Prevention, Protection,  Prosecution
Objectives:Share and learn from good (and poor) practice
·      Share and find solutions to common frustrations and barriers
·      Embrace the opportunity to influence national policy and practice
·      Utilise the 4 key areas of the national action plan: ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’, as the framework and structure of this group: Raising awareness, Effective inter-agency action,Securing prosecutions,Helping children and families
Membership:The working group will include representatives from across the country from a range of services that have a vested interest in the delivery of the cross governmental national action plan: ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’. Members will be responsible for coordinating Child Sexual Exploitation in their area, and have responsibility for progressing the response to Child Sexual Exploitation.
Chairing arrangements:Ali Mills (CAN)
The forum costs £5.00 to attend booking details https://nwgcsecordinatorpractitionerforum.eventbrite.co.uk



Child Sexual Exploitation Response Unit Open Q&A Webinar

NWG Network
UK National - Anywhere, online webinar

7 December 2016
12:30pm - 13.30pm

 

An opportunity to join an open Q&A session facilitated by NWG's Phil Ashford, CSE Response Unit Lead
 
The Response Unit is for professionals from all sectors, who want to understand and improve their response to CSE and Modern Slavery. Read more about the Response Unit HERE
 



**NEW** NWG South West Regional Forum- Licensing in the Community and Engaging Parents and their Participation in cases and investigations.

NWG
South West - The Flybe Training Academy

9 December 2016
10:30 - 16:00
This Regional Forum is themed around Licensing in the Community and engaging parents and their participation in cases and investigations.
Agenda
10.00 - 10.30: Registration, Tea & Coffee. 
Welcome, Introductions , National Update 
Introduction to the Response Unit and what it offers 
Presentation by Julie Hague, Sheffield Safeguarding Children 
Licensing and Effective Practice across Hotels, Taxies, Small Businesses and Trade 
Followed by update on Say Something if you See Something and  Say Something campaigns 
 
13:00 – 13:45 Networking Lunch (provided) 
 
Presentation by PACE, (Parents Against Child Sexual 
Exploitation) tbc Working effectively with parents to protect children 
Working with Parents Discussion 
15:00 – 15:45 Discussion Zone : Opportunity to bring areas of work you would like to discuss 
15:45 – 16:00 AOB, Evaluation and Close 
___________________________________________________________________
FAQs:
Dietary / Personal Requirements
Should you have any dietary requirements or any personal needs requiring adjustments to be made to the facilities or delivery style of the event, please inform Wendy@nwgnetwork.org as soon as possible? If you prefer to discuss your needs please contact Wendy on 01332 585371 before you attend the course.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Should you have any queries or require any further information please contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org
Instructions for your attendee
Please ensure you have completed your organisation details. 
 
 



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

13 December 2016
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2

Innovation House

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

The members surgery offers an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot



NWG Boys & Young Men Forum

NWG Network
London - London

15 December 2016
10.30 - 16.00
The BYM Forum meets quarterly and brings together professionals working in specific projects for boys and young men and those working in wider CSE provision but wanting to develop there knowledge around working with males. The forum seeks to cover all aspects from Prevention to Prosecution and the engagement of the voice of boys and young men in their experience of services.
 
** Venue 
Terrence Higgins Trust

314-320 Gray’s Inn Road 

London 

WC1X 8DP  **

Agenda: 
The agenda will include a presentation from Elizabeth Ackerley "Children and young people's experience of police involvement" along with  a number of presentation from the Terrance Higgins Trust on their work with Young Men, and the use of Grindr by young Men led by Jo Tedds Swish Communication Manager at Terrace Higgins Trust. In addition there will be updates from NWG and Blast.
 
The cost to attend is £5 (plus booking fee)
 

File attachment: BYM Agenda 15.12.16.doc



NWG Health and Social Care Forum

NWG Network
West Midlands - YMCA Erdington

11 January 2017
10:00 - 16:00
The Health forum is held quarterly for all Health Professionals including those in Public Health and also other professionals’ who have an interest in the agenda.  It covers a wide range of issuesfor health professionals from the Voice of Young People, therapeutic interventions to Strategic development at a National level
 
£5.00 to attend (plus small booking fee) 



NWG Health and Social Care Forum

NWG
East Midlands - TBC

11 January 2017
190:00 - 16:00
The Health forum is held quarterly for all Health Professionals including those in Public Health and also other professionals’ who have an interest in the agenda.  It covers a wide range of issuesfor health professionals from the Voice of Young People, therapeutic interventions to Strategic development at a National level
 
£5.00 to attend (plus small booking fee) 



New Powerful legislation to combat Child Sexual Exploitation

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

13 January 2017
09:30 - 16.00
The Modern Slavery Act 2015 is a powerful piece of legislation to combat Child Sexual Exploitation not just for migrants UK children can be trafficked within the UK from street to street within the same town or over longer distances.  To prove a child has been trafficked for CSE you need to show that someone arranged or facilitated there travel within the UK in order for that person or someone else to sexually exploit the child. In the Act it examples of what may amount to arranging or facilitating another person’s travel.
 
This includes
Recruiting,
has a child you are working with been groomed?
Transporting, transferring,
has a child you are working with been moved to be sexually exploited?
Harbouring,
has a child you are working with been found at a premises that is not their home,
Receiving If they have been found in a premises did someone there receive them?
Exchanging control of a person.
has a child you are working with be passed onto someone else?
                                                     ­­­­­­­­­­­­
If any one of these things has happened to a child you are working with then they have been trafficked. So what if you cannot prove they were forced or coerced?
The act also says that for the purpose of a human trafficking offence the victim’s consent to their travel, whether they are an adult or a child, is irrelevant.
Under the Law now a victim cannot consent to be moved in order to be exploited.
 
Remember to prove a child has been trafficked for CSE you need to show that someone arranged or facilitated there travel within the UK in order for that person or someone else to sexually exploit the child.
But you don't even need to do that, there is now a government expert that will do that for you. The National Referral Mechanism, to date not widely used by professional, mainly due to a lack of knowledge of its existence and usefulness.
What is the National Referral Mechanism?
The NRM is a victim identification process, it identifies that a victim has been subject to a serious crime, the sexual exploitation (Human Trafficking) of a child. In relation to CSE there is no similar mechanism for the identification of a victim and crime
Why is this relevant to children who are being sexually exploited?
If a child is moved by someone within the UK with the intention of sexually exploiting the child that’s trafficking.
What is the benefit of a positive NRM referral for a UK child?
An officer from the UK Human Trafficking Centre will send you written notification that they have positively identified the child as a victim of Human Trafficking. That document can be tendered in evidence in court and cannot be challenged.
What do you have to do?
Just fill out an electronic referral form and send it to the UK Human Trafficking Centre
 
Benefits of Using the NRM in some cases of CSE
  • Referral to the NRM will identify that there is a victim and not a willing participant.
  • The NRM will identify that an offence of Human Trafficking is being or has been committed which should instigate an investigation/safeguarding review.
  • The issues of age or consent can be rendered irrelevant as a defence.
  • It helps to explain the behaviour of the victims through control, fear of reprisal, and retribution.
  • It addresses some of the difficulties when dealing with cases that involve young people between the ages of 16 to 18 yrs.
  • It helps to change the dynamic in court by presenting the children as a group of identified Human Trafficking victims. And the defendants as an Organised Crime Group of Human Traffickers.
  • The Trafficking offences are a life style offence for Proceeds of Crime.
  • Maximum sentence for Human Trafficking life imprisonment
  • Under section 17(4) Youth Justice and Criminal Evidence Act 1999 a trafficked victim who has been subjected to sexual exploitation is deemed automatically to be "intimidated"
  • Eligibility for special measures and the most appropriate special measure for them.
  • Statutory defence of Human Trafficking in respect of offences committed as a victim
  • Section 1 (1) Protection of Children Act 1978, indecent photographs of children; this is a significant control factor in this type of offence.
  • Reparation orders for compensation for victims
  • Forfeiture of land vehicle ship or aircraft
  • Slavery and Trafficking Prevention orders on conviction
  • Slavery and Trafficking Prevention orders on application
  • In a recent case a jury took just 20 minutes to convict 4 men of trafficking a child within a UK county and the child did not have to give evidence in court.
 
In the morning sessions the attendees will gain an understanding of the international definition of Trafficked Human Beings in relation to the National Referral Mechanism and CSE, and the Modern Slavery act 2015. In the afternoon they will have the opportunity to learn from completing referrals based on real cases and gain the knowledge and confidence to submit high quality referrals to the NRM ensuring the best possible outcomes.
Practitioners that attended this seminar previously said: -
"offered useful advice from expert who has operational experience which has proved invaluable"
"real information"
"I learn more each visit"
"I found todays training very useful and I will disseminate the information within the authority that I work for".
 
On completion of the course delegates will receive a certificate and the NWG course electronic badge that can be displayed on their emails.
 
 
NWG Members: £ 49.00 Non Memebrs £74.00
 
 
About the trainer :

 

Mike Hand: Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Advisor

Mike is part of the NWG network specialist team as the law enforcement lead. Along with other members of the team Mike advises on the issues of Child Sexual Exploitation throughout the UK
 
Mike led a major Investigation into Trafficking of females for Sexual Exploitation into the UK. Mirror Investigation with Lithuanian Police led to the arrest and prosecution of 7 trafficking groups drastically reduced the trafficking of Lithuanian females to the UK 
Mike received an official letter of thanks from the Lithuanian Government. The only UK citizen to receive such and award.
Mike helps to inform the issue of internal Trafficking of indigenous children within UK and was the tactical advisor to the largest internal child trafficking investigation within the UK, as a result of which UK government launched a National inquiry that influenced the National action plan on Child Sexual exploitation.
Mike received a Chief Constables Commendation for his support during the investigation.Mike is recognised as a Human Trafficking expert by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the EU and has delivered training programmes for these organisations in Moldova and Uganda helping the Ugandan Government to write and implement its Human Trafficking Action Plan.
Mike has also given expert witness evidence for the National Crime Agency during a successful Human trafficking prosecution in the Central Criminal Court.



Working Alongside Parents

NWG/Pace
East Midlands - Derby

23 January 2017
10:30 - 16:00
This will be a collaborative practical seminar between NWG and PACE where amongst other things we will look at the feedback of survey results, update of current practice, opportunities for sharing your practice and development of resources to inform work.

 

More to be confirmed nearer the time.

 

If you have ideas of what you might like covered in this seminar or would like to present new developments, research or practice please get in touch with Maria. maria@nwgnetwork.org

 

£5.00 to attend (plus small booking fee) Book at https://nwgworkingalongsideparents.eventbrite.co.uk

 

 

 

 



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

24 January 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



*NEW* NWG South Wales Regional Forum

NWG
Wales - Bridgend

24 January 2017
10:30 - 16:00

Our informative FREE to attend regional forums offer practitioners the opportunity for learning and networking

Full agenda to follow

Refreshments and Lunch included
 
 



NWG Leading Edge Foundation Training in Child Sexual Exploitation. 

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

7 February 2017
09:30 - 16:00

Our one day Leading Edge Foundation Training in Child Sexual Exploitation Training Course is designed to follow on from our innovative e-learning course ‘Tackling CSE’. 

 

 

The course has been developed with the expertise learnt through the Response Unit leading specialist’s engagement with practitioners from a wide range of disciplines. The course continually updates with the latest understanding through a dynamic engagement with our trainer and Response Unit lead specialists. 
 
This will give delegates enhanced consideration of the latest in depth knowledge and understanding of impacts of Child Sexual Exploitation and associated issues and complexities. 
 
The Foundation Training Course is designed to follow on from our innovative e-learning course ‘Tackling CSE’.
 
This is a CPD Course
 
 
Learning Outcomes
 
·      Thorough understanding of Child Sexual Exploitation; its reach, the NWG process of Child Sexual Exploitation victim and perpetrator profiles and models. 
·      In depth awareness of Missing and Consent and their importance when supporting young people who are at risk of exploitation or who are being exploited. 
·      Assess their effectiveness when working in partnership with others including young people and families.
·      Identify and understand how sexual exploitation can impact on young people and those around them and how they respond to the trauma of Sexual Exploitation. 
·      Define trafficking and explain how the Modern Day Slavery Act 2015 can benefit victims of Child Sexual Exploitation. 
·      Have an awareness of the Victim Identification Tool (NRM) and the statutory responsibility agencies have to refer potential victims of trafficking. This awareness will provide them with information on the process of the NRM. 
 
On completion of this course participants will receive a certificate and the NWG Foundation Course electronic badge that can be displayed on their email signature. 
 
Please note that Registration is from 9am.
The days training starts at 9:30am.
 
Agenda
 
9:00 - 9:30: Registration, Tea & Coffee
- Definitions & the Child Sexual Exploitation Process
- Models of Exploitation
- Perpetrators of Exploitation
 
11:15 - 11:30: Coffee
- CSE and Missing
- Consent 
 
13:00 - 13:00: Lunch (provided)
- Indicators
- Barriers to engaging young people
 
14:30 - 14:45: Coffee
- Trauma and the impact of Child Sexual Exploitation
- Modern Day Slavery Act 2015
- Victim Identification Tool
 
15:45 - 16:00: Evaluation and Certification Fee £49.00 NWG Gold Members £74.00 Non Members (plus small booking fee)

 

 

NOTE: Registration & Coffee from 9am - training starts 09:30 am

 

Details and to book https://nwgfoundationtraining.eventbrite.co.uk



**NEW** NWG South West Regional Forum

NWG
South West - Flybe Training Academy, Exeter airport

10 February 2017
10:30 - 16:00
Agenda to Follow
Book your FREE place HERE
 



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

16 February 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



** NEW** NWG CSE Advanced Course

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

28 February 2017
09:30 - 16:00

The NWG Advanced Course looks in detail at the process of supporting young people who are at risk of, or who are being sexually exploited. The course looks at barriers to engagement and disclosure and helps develop strategies to overcome these. Practitioners will explore opportunities for early intervention and the impact of CSE on young people and their families. It develops practitioner’s skills and knowledge and their awareness of theory and developing practice. 

The Advanced Course is designed to encourage the reflective practice of practitioners and there is an expectation that practitioners attending will have a knowledge of CSE and completed the NWG Foundtaion Course or similar.

 

On completion of this course participants will receive a certificate and the NWG Foundation Course electronic badge that can be displayed on their email signature

 

 

Fee £49.00 NWG Gold Members £74.00 Non Members (plus small booking fee)

Book : https://nwgadvancedtraining.eventbrite.co.uk



*NEW* NWG North West Regional Forum

NWG
North West - Manchester

3 March 2017
10:30 - 16:00

Our informative FREE to attend regional forums offer practitioners the opportunity for learning and networking

Full agenda to follow

Refreshments and Lunch included

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/new-nwg-north-west-regional-forum-tickets-29666505316



*NEW* NWG London Regional Forum

NWG
London - London

8 March 2017
10:30 - 16:00

Our informative FREE to attend regional forums offer practitioners the opportunity for learning and networking

Full agenda to follow

Refreshments and Lunch included

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/new-nwg-london-regional-forum-tickets-29666618655



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

14 March 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Raising Day

NWG Network
UK National - National

18 March 2017
Full Day
Join us in the Fight Against Child Sexual Exploitation
National Charity NWG Network asks all to unite against child sexual exploitation for their National CSE Awareness Day – 18th March 2017.
 
Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a form of sexual abuse that involves the manipulation and/or coercion of young people under the age of 18 into sexual activity.
 
The National Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Day aims to highlight the issues surrounding CSE; encouraging everyone to think, spot and speak out against abuse and adopt a zero tolerance to adults developing inappropriate relationships with children. 
 
The National CSE Awareness Day has a brand identity in the form of a badge, and soon to be launched website educating all on the factors of CSE, what it is, potential indicators and how you can help to stop it.
A full suite of marketing and campaign materials will be available for partners and supporters to download from their stop-cse.org website.
 
On the 18th March 2015 NWG Network call for all to unite against child sexual exploitation. Show your support by writing a personal pledge and posting to your social media with the hashtag #HelpingHands to help them raise awareness of CSE.
 
NWG are committed to the fight against CSE and supporting victims and their families who are subjected to child sexual exploitation. But they cannot succeed without the support of people like you. Visit www.stop-cse.org to find out more about the National Awareness Day and putting a stop to CSE.
Help NWG Network to continue to tackle abuse and give victims of CSE a bigger voice. Donate just £3 by texting VOICE to 70007.
Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for more information and upcoming events.
 



NWG Annual Conference

NWG
East Midlands - East Midlands Conference Centre

21 March 2017
- 22 March 2017Full Days

Following the resounding success of our last conferences, we are already endeavouring to put together next years’ event. Negotiations with key note speakers are taking place to ensure we offer a wide variety of views and experiences.

Call for Specialist Interest Group Submissions

Over 60 speakers took part in the 2016 network event, and the evaluation showed you all enjoyed not just the learning, but also the chance to network and catch up with others working in the same complex field of abuse, sharing experiences successes and frustrations and we are asking for submissions of work taking place in the UK to feature in our round of interest groups.

The NWG 2017 Conference will provide the opportunity to present your work in one of our 50-minute Special Interest Groups. Please download, complete and return the submission form by 1st November 2016.

Submissions should be sent to network@nwgnetwork.org email icon by Tuesday 1st November 2016.

Unsung Hero Awards

The Unsung Hero Awards was a wonderful evening spent celebrating the achievements of our network members through our Unsung Hero awards ceremony and we look forward to reading all the nominations. We are delighted to announce the nominations for our Unsung Hero Awards is now open, please click here to download the nomination form.

The aim of these awards is to recognise and reward individuals or teams who have made significant, ongoing contribution to tackling child sexual exploitation, either through direct interactions with young people, their support of staff within teams or projects or their contributions to an innovative method of working.

Do you know an ‘Unsung Hero’ worthy of receiving an award at our Conference? Our categories are:

  • Inspiring Voices Award
  • Working Together Award
  • Helping Hand Award
  • Neighbourhood Champion Award
  • National Police Award

We need YOU to nominate deserved recipients. Nominations should be sent to network@nwgnetwork.org email icon by Monday 9th January 2017.

In the mean time, keep up the good work and we look forward to keeping in touch with you over the coming year.

Registration information will be added shortly, if you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 227778

 Full details and booking: http://www.kc-jones.co.uk/nwg2017Details 

 

 


File attachment: Unsung Hero Submission Form 2017.docx
File attachment: Submission Form - 4th Annual Conference-2.doc



NWG Boys & Young Men Forum

NWG Network
East Midlands - TBC

30 March 2017
10:00 - 16:00
An opportunity in which practitioners can explore policy, practice and research in the protection of vulnerable Boys and Young Men at risk of CSE.
 
The forum will consist of practitioners and representatives from across the country and from a range of services that have a vested interest in the needs of Boys & Young Men and a combined interest in the delivery of the cross government national actin plan: Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation.
 
An agenda will follow shortly.
 
The cost to attend is £5 plus booking fee



*NEW* NWG North East Regional Forum

NWG
North East - Newcastle

30 March 2017
10:30 - 16:00

Our informative FREE to attend regional forums offer practitioners the opportunity for learning and networking

Full agenda to follow

Refreshments and Lunch included

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/new-nwg-north-east-regional-forum-tickets-29666682847



NWG CSE CoOrdinators and Practitioners Forum

NWG
West Midlands - Birmingham

19 April 2017
11:00 - 16:00

This working group has been established on behalf of The NWG Network

Aim:Safeguard Children and Young People from Sexual Exploitation, focussing on 3 key themes:  Prevention, Protection,  Prosecution

Objectives:Share and learn from good (and poor) practice

·      Share and find solutions to common frustrations and barriers

·      Embrace the opportunity to influence national policy and practice

·      Utilise the 4 key areas of the national action plan: ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’, as the framework and structure of this group: Raising awareness, Effective inter-agency action,Securing prosecutions,Helping children and families

Membership:The working group will include representatives from across the country from a range of services that have a vested interest in the delivery of the cross governmental national action plan: ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’. Members will be responsible for coordinating Child Sexual Exploitation in their area, and have responsibility for progressing the response to Child Sexual Exploitation.

Chairing arrangements:Ali Mills (CAN)

The forum costs £5.00 to attend booking details https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nwg-cse-coordinator-practitioner-forum-tickets-29438813283



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

20 April 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



NWG Health and Social Care Forum

NWG Network
East Midlands - Derby

24 April 2017
10:00 - 16:00
The Health and Social Care forum is held quarterly for all Health Professionals including those in Public Health and also other professionals’ who have an interest in the agenda.  It covers a wide range of issuesfor health professionals from the Voice of Young People, therapeutic interventions to Strategic development at a National level
 
Download the agenda below
 
£5.00 to attend - plus booking fee



NWG Leading Edge Foundation Training in Child Sexual Exploitation. 

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

10 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00

Our one day Leading Edge Foundation Training in Child Sexual Exploitation Training Course is designed to follow on from our innovative e-learning course ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’. 

 

The course has been developed with the expertise learnt through the Response Unit leading specialist’s engagement with practitioners from a wide range of disciplines. The course continually updates with the latest understanding through a dynamic engagement with our trainer and Response Unit lead specialists. 
 
This will give delegates enhanced consideration of the latest in depth knowledge and understanding of impacts of Child Sexual Exploitation and associated issues and complexities. 
 
Please note that Registration is from 9am.
The days training starts at 9:30am.
 
Agenda
 
9:00 - 9:30: Registration, Tea & Coffee
- Definitions & the Child Sexual Exploitation Process
- Models of Exploitation
- Perpetrators of Exploitation
 
11:15 - 11:30: Coffee
- CSE and Missing
- Consent 
 
13:00 - 13:00: Lunch (provided)
- Indicators
- Barriers to engaging young people
 
14:30 - 14:45: Coffee
- Trauma and the impact of Child Sexual Exploitation
- Modern Day Slavery Act 2015
- Victim Identification Tool
 
15:45 - 16:00: Evaluation and Certification https://foundationtrainingnwgcse.eventbrite.co.uk
 



Harmful Sexual Behaviour-Changing the way we see it

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

11 May 2017
10:00 - 16:00

 Harmful Sexual Behaviour - Changing the way we see it

Victim research indicates that children and young people displaying harmful sexual behaviour are, themselves, highly likely to be victims. So, is Harmful Sexual Behaviour really that different from Child Sexual Exploitation? What do we know about children's experiences and what are the implications for future interventions? 
 
NWG Gold Members £90.00 / non members £130.00



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

16 May 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



** NEW** NWG CSE Advanced Training

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

31 May 2017
09:30 - 16:00

The NWG Advanced Course looks in detail at the process of supporting young people who are at risk of, or who are being sexually exploited. 

The course looks at barriers to engagement and disclosure and helps develop strategies to overcome these. Practitioners will explore opportunities for early intervention and the impact of CSE on young people and their families. It develops practitioner’s skills and knowledge and their awareness of theory and developing practice. 

The Advanced Course is designed to encourage the reflective practice of practitioners and there is an expectation that practitioners attending will have a knowledge of CSE and completed the NWG Foundtaion Course or similar.

On completion of this course participants will receive a certificate and the NWG Foundation Course electronic badge that can be displayed on their email signature

 

 

Fee £49.00 NWG Gold Members £74.00 Non Members (plus small booking fee)

Book: http://nwgcseadvancedtraining.eventbrite.co.uk



NWG CSE CoOrdinators and Practitioners Forum

NWG
West Midlands - Birmingham

12 June 2017
11:00 - 16:00

This working group has been established on behalf of The NWG Network

Aim:Safeguard Children and Young People from Sexual Exploitation, focussing on 3 key themes:  Prevention, Protection,  Prosecution

Objectives:Share and learn from good (and poor) practice

·      Share and find solutions to common frustrations and barriers

·      Embrace the opportunity to influence national policy and practice

·      Utilise the 4 key areas of the national action plan: ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’, as the framework and structure of this group: Raising awareness, Effective inter-agency action,Securing prosecutions,Helping children and families

Membership:The working group will include representatives from across the country from a range of services that have a vested interest in the delivery of the cross governmental national action plan: ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’. Members will be responsible for coordinating Child Sexual Exploitation in their area, and have responsibility for progressing the response to Child Sexual Exploitation.

Chairing arrangements:Ali Mills (CAN)

The forum costs £5.00 to attend booking details https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nwg-cse-coordinator-practitioner-forum-tickets-29439214483



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

14 June 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



NWG Boys and Young Mens Forum

NWG
East Midlands - TBC

26 June 2017
10:00 - 16:00

An opportunity in which practitioners can explore policy, practice and research in the protection of vulnerable Boys and Young Men at risk of CSE.

 

The forum will consist of practitioners and representatives from across the country and from a range of services that have a vested interest in the needs of Boys & Young Men and a combined interest in the delivery of the cross government national actin plan: Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation.

 

An agenda will follow shortly.

 

The cost to attend is £5 plus booking fee https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nwg-boys-young-mens-forum-tickets-29437434158
 



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

13 July 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



NWG Health and Social Care Forum

NWG
East Midlands - TBC

17 July 2017
10:00 - 16:00

The Health and Social Care forum is held quarterly for all Health Professionals including those in Public Health and also other professionals’ who have an interest in the agenda.  It covers a wide range of issues for health professionals from the Voice of Young People, therapeutic interventions to Strategic development at a National level

 

Download the agenda below

 

£5.00 to attend - plus booking fee

Book at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nwg-health-and-social-care-forum-tickets-29436511398



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

15 August 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

18 September 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



NWG Boys and Young Mens Forum

NWG
East Midlands - TBC

27 September 2017
10:00 - 16:00

An opportunity in which practitioners can explore policy, practice and research in the protection of vulnerable Boys and Young Men at risk of CSE.

 

The forum will consist of practitioners and representatives from across the country and from a range of services that have a vested interest in the needs of Boys & Young Men and a combined interest in the delivery of the cross government national actin plan: Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation.

 

An agenda will follow shortly.

 

The cost to attend is £5 plus booking fee
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nwg-boys-young-mens-forum-tickets-29437945688
 
 



NWG CSE CoOrdinators and Practitioners Forum

NWG
West Midlands - Birmingham

19 October 2017
11:00 - 16:00

This working group has been established on behalf of The NWG Network

Aim:Safeguard Children and Young People from Sexual Exploitation, focussing on 3 key themes:  Prevention, Protection,  Prosecution

Objectives:Share and learn from good (and poor) practice

·      Share and find solutions to common frustrations and barriers

·      Embrace the opportunity to influence national policy and practice

·      Utilise the 4 key areas of the national action plan: ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’, as the framework and structure of this group: Raising awareness, Effective inter-agency action,Securing prosecutions,Helping children and families

Membership:The working group will include representatives from across the country from a range of services that have a vested interest in the delivery of the cross governmental national action plan: ‘Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation’. Members will be responsible for coordinating Child Sexual Exploitation in their area, and have responsibility for progressing the response to Child Sexual Exploitation.

Chairing arrangements:Ali Mills (CAN)

The forum costs £5.00 to attend booking details https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nwg-cse-coordinator-practitioner-forum-tickets-29439377972



NWG Health and Social Care Forum

NWG
East Midlands - TBC

24 October 2017
10:00 - 16:00

The Health and Social Care forum is held quarterly for all Health Professionals including those in Public Health and also other professionals’ who have an interest in the agenda.  It covers a wide range of issues for health professionals from the Voice of Young People, therapeutic interventions to Strategic development at a National level

 

Download the agenda below

 

£5.00 to attend - plus booking fee

Book at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nwg-health-and-social-care-forum-tickets-29436935667



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

26 October 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

21 November 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

20 December 2017
10:00 - 16:00

Suite 2 

Innovation House 

East Service Road

Raynesway

Derby

DE21 7BF

 

Our members surgeries all an opportunity for an appointment to be made for 1-2 hours and have a 1:1/Skype/Face time/Conference Telephone consultation with the whole Specialist Team – this has proved extremely helpful to our network.

 
Contact wendy@nwgnetwork.org to book a slot 



NWG Boys and Young Men Forum

NWG
East Midlands - TBC

16 January 2018
10:00 - 16:00

An opportunity in which practitioners can explore policy, practice and research in the protection of vulnerable Boys and Young Men at risk of CSE.

 

The forum will consist of practitioners and representatives from across the country and from a range of services that have a vested interest in the needs of Boys & Young Men and a combined interest in the delivery of the cross government national actin plan: Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation.

 

An agenda will follow shortly.

 

The cost to attend is £5 plus booking fee https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nwg-boys-young-mens-forum-tickets-29438298744



NWG Health and Social Care Forum

NWG
East Midlands - TBC

22 January 2018
10:00 - 16:00

The Health and Social Care forum is held quarterly for all Health Professionals including those in Public Health and also other professionals’ who have an interest in the agenda.  It covers a wide range of issues for health professionals from the Voice of Young People, therapeutic interventions to Strategic development at a National level

 

Download the agenda below

 

£5.00 to attend - plus booking fee

Book at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/nwg-health-and-social-care-forum-tickets-29437094141




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