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Modern Slavery & Human TraffickingTraining

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

7 June 2016
09.15 - 16.00

 

To give the front line practitioner from any agency a basic awareness of what

constitutes Modern Slavery and Trafficking in Human Beings (THB). It will also enable

participants to better identify victims of THB, improving their responses, further

developing a victim centered approach. Candidates will be introduced to the First

Responder Trafficking Handbook designed to assist in advanced victim identification

and assistance.

This course enables practitioners to see the benefits of using the trafficking legislation

in cases of trafficking within the UK in respect of Child Sexual Exploitation,

understanding the needs of the victims from the psychological, therapeutic and

investigative perspective. It will cover all forms of Modern Slavery and Human

Trafficking into, within, and out of the UK incorporating National and International

legislation.

Who’s it for: This course is designed to give the front line practitioner from any

agency, statutory or non-statutory, a basic awareness of what constitutes Modern

Slavery and Trafficking in Human Beings (THB). The course will also improve

participants understanding of the subject enabling them to better identify victims of

THB and Slavery improving their response and assistance. A component of this course

covers Internal Trafficking of UK Adults & Children.

The course covers:

• International definition of THB

• Difference between THB and Human smuggling

• Different types of THB case studies including Internal Trafficking

• UK Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking legislation

• Victim Identification

• THB control methods

• THB victim best practice

• Basic National Referral Mechanism (NRM) awareness

 

Gold Members £49.00 Non Members £74.00

 

booking:http://www.kc-jones.co.uk/slavery7june2016



LSCB Strategic Leads Forum

NWG Network
West Midlands - Birmigham

8 June 2016
10:45 - 16:00
Aim of Forum
The LSCB Strategic Leads forum meets quarterly and brings together strategic practitioners from a range of agencies and services, both statutory and voluntary sectors. The aim is to share good practice to promote Safeguarding of Children and Young People from Sexual Exploitation from a strategic perspective, specifically focussed on the role of the LSCB.
 
Objectives
  • Share and learn from good (and poor) practice in relation to CSE services
  • Explore the role of LSCB’s in developing holistic responses to CSE at a local level
  • Explore opportunities for local partnership working and joint commissioning arrangements for CSE services
  • Share and find solutions to common frustrations and barriers to effectively safeguarding young people from being at risk of or involved in sexual exploitation in the short and longer term
  • To work collaboratively to develop strategic multi-agency tools and resources to assist in the fight against CSE
  • To inform practice through discussion and exploration of inspections and serious case reviews
  • Embrace the opportunity to influence national policy and practice by being involved in consultations on national research, policy and practice developments
 
The forum costs £5.00 to attend – payable on the day.
Please register HERE

File attachment: LSCB JUNE 16.doc



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

14 June 2016
10:00- 16:00
The NWG Network Specialist Team members surgery 10 am – 4pm
at NWG HQ
Suite 18
Parker House
Parker Centre
Mansfield Road
Derby
DE21 4SZ
 Members of the specialist team will be available to assist with CSE, and Trafficking related queries.
 You can book to come along to the office or book a telephone/Skype/Facetime appointment
Please email network@nwgnetwork.org to arrange an appointment or call 01332 585371
 



NWG Boys & Young Men Forum

NWG Network
East Midlands - NWG Derby

15 June 2016
10.00 - 16.15
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.
 
The cost to attend is £5 payable at registration. 
 
To book please click here
 

File attachment: BYM Agenda 15.06.16.doc



NWG CSE CoOrdinators/Practitioners Forum

NWG Network
West Midlands - Birmingham

30 June 2016
10:30 - 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 -payable on the day Please register HERE

File attachment: Coordinators Agenda June 16.doc



NWG Police Forum

NWG Network
East Midlands - Derby

5 July 2016
10:00 - 16:00
This Police Only forum will aim to raise awareness of the work taking place in forces across the regions regarding tackling Child Sexual Exploitation and Modern Day Slavery and be an opportunity for you to learn from and share good (and bad) practice from previous investigations and ongoing work .  Although the day will be quite informal, we would like to ask you all to contribute towards discussions and debates as this will be an interactive learning opportunity based on your experiences, knowledge and expertise in order to help you deliver in your role.
£5.00 to attend - plus 0.84p booking fee
 
Please note our new address: Suite 2 , Innovation House , East Service Road, Raynesways, Derby DE21 7BF

File attachment: Police agenda 05 07 16 [1].doc



NWG Marginalised Communities Forum

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

7 July 2016
11.00 - 16.00
The Marginalised Communities forum meets quarterly and brings together practitioners from a range of agencies and services, both statutory and voluntary sectors to focus on identification and support for vulnerable young people from marginalised groups within our communities. The aim is to share good practice to promote Safeguarding of Children and Young People from Sexual Exploitation through engagement with marginalised groups.
 
Fee: £5.00 (plus booking fee 0.84p)
 

File attachment: Marginalised Communities forum - July 16.doc



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

14 July 2016
10:00 - 16:00
The NWG Network Specialist Team members surgery 10 am – 4pm
at NWG HQ
Suite 18
Parker House
Parker Centre
Mansfield Road
Derby
DE21 4SZ
 Members of the specialist team will be available to assist with CSE and Human Trafficking related queries.
 You can book to come along to the office or book a telephone/Skype/Facetime appointment
Please email network@nwgnetwork.org to arrange an appointment or call 01332 585371
 



NWG Support and Therapeutic Help forum

NWG Network
East Midlands - Derby

19 July 2016
10:00 - 16:00
This forum meets on a twice-yearly basis for professionals seeking to provide support and help as therapeutically appropriate as possible. It covers frontline engagement through to providing specialist treatment facilities. 
 
Objectives
  • To provide NWG Network with an opportunity to update the forum on the work of the NWG and its network
  • The learning from the forum will be shared to inform the NWG through the other Forums at the NWG
  • To share ‘good practice’ and lessons learned
  • To contribute to solving problems and finding solutions to local/national barriers to practice
  • To share new research
  • Provide feedback on client’s needs, concerns and interests
  • To provide a sharing point for professionals who are providing support to children
  • To comment and advise on national policy and practice in relation to therapeutic interventions
  • To support the development of CSE treatment and restorative models
  • To help promote and publicise projects and services
  • Act as a planning tool – so that the forum can be consulted on service development and provision
Agenda to follow
 
Fee £5.00 to attend (plus 0.84p booking fee) 
 



NWG Police Forum

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

6 September 2016
10:30 - 16:00
This Police Only forum will aim to raise awareness of the work taking place in forces across the regions regarding tackling Child Sexual Exploitation and Modern Day Slavery and be an opportunity for you to learn from and share good (and bad) practice from previous investigations and ongoing work .  Although the day will be quite informal, we would like to ask you all to contribute towards discussions and debates as this will be an interactive learning opportunity based on your experiences, knowledge and expertise in order to help you deliver in your role.
£5.00 to attend - payable on the day
Please book your place with wendy@nwgnetwork.org



NWG Health Forum

NWG Network
TBC

14 September 2016
10:30 - 15:30
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
Dates for 2016-2017 include:
19/05/2016 NWG Offices
23/08/2016 TBC
22/11/2016 TBC
£5.00 to attend - payable on the day.
Book your place: wendy@nwgnetwork.org



NWG CSE CoOrdinators/Practitioners Forum

NWG Network
West Midlands - Birmingham

21 September 2016
10:30 - 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 -payable on the day Please register HERE



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

22 September 2016
10:00 - 16:00

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
East Midlands - NWG Derby

6 October 2016
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 payable at registration. 
 
To book please click here
Please request a parking permit if coming by car



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

18 October 2016
10:00 - 16:00

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 



LSCB Strategic Leads Forum

NWG Network
West Midlands - Birmingham

19 October 2016
10:30 - 16:00
The forum offers an opportunity for Local Safeguarding Children's Strategic Leads to discuss and debate issues relating to the sensitive nature of Child Sexual Exploitation.

Open discussions will take place in a secure and confidential environment.

This will be an opportunity to discuss tackling Child Sexual Exploitation from an LSCB perspective and share ideas on how to engage multi agency partners in order to implement the National Action Plan, 'Tackling Child sexual Exploitation' on a local level
 
The NWG Network is pleased to announce that this forum will be chaired by Liz Murphy, Interim Lead, Herefordshire Safeguarding Unit. The Vice Chair is Jonathan Pickering, LSCB Business Manager, Bracknell Forest.
 
The forum costs £5.00 to attend – payable on the day.
 
Please register HERE



NWG Health Forum

NWG Network
TBC

22 November 2016
10:30 - 15:30
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
Dates for 2016-2017 include:
19/05/2016 NWG Offices
23/08/2016 TBC
22/11/2016 TBC
£5.00 to attend - payable on the day.
Book your place: wendy@nwgnetwork.org



NWG Police Forum

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

30 November 2016
10:00- 16:00
This Police Only forum will aim to raise awareness of the work taking place in forces across the regions regarding tackling Child Sexual Exploitation and Modern Day Slavery and be an opportunity for you to learn from and share good (and bad) practice from previous investigations and ongoing work .  Although the day will be quite informal, we would like to ask you all to contribute towards discussions and debates as this will be an interactive learning opportunity based on your experiences, knowledge and expertise in order to help you deliver in your role.
£5.00 to attend - payable on the day
Please book your place with wendy@nwgnetwork.org



NWG CSE CoOrdinators/Practitioners Forum

NWG Network
West Midlands - Birmingham

7 December 2016
10:30 - 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 -payable on the day Please register HERE



NWG Members Surgery

NWG
East Midlands - Derby

13 December 2016
10:00 - 16:00

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
NWG Derby

15 December 2016
10.00 - 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.
Dates for 2016-2017 include:
15/06/2016 NWG Offices
06/09/2016 TBC
15/12/2016 TBC
 
The cost to attend is £5 payable on the day. 
 
To book please click here
 




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