This training will run across 2 consecutive mornings (9:30am-1pm on 10-11 February 2021). By signing up to this training, you are confirming that you can attend both sessions. If you cannot attend both sessions, please do not sign up for this event.
This online course focuses on the specific issue of child criminal exploitation (CCE) in the UK. You’ll gain an understanding of the causes and dynamics of forced criminality among children in the UK and will build your capacity to identify its various forms and respond in line with best practice.
Split into two modules, in module 1 we’ll review the different forms of CCE, their dynamics and methods of control. In module 2, we’ll consider best practice in safeguarding children and disrupting trafficking, with a particular focus on non-prosecution for child victims of trafficking and working with those already in the Youth Justice System.
This course is ideal for safeguarding, youth justice and legal practitioners who encounter children vulnerable to CCE in their work as it will provide participants with updated knowledge and skills to improve support for children.
Module 1: An Overview of Child Criminal Exploitation in the UK, its forms and dynamics.
Module 2: Responding to CCE: Safeguarding, disruption and non-prosecution.
This training is delivered by ECPAT UK www.ecpat.org.uk
Attendees will receive the joining instructions by email in advance of the training
Please notify Helen Hancock on the details below if you have booked a place, but are subsequently unable to attend the training.
For further information and any queries, please contact Helen Hancock, UASC Regional Coordinator, Strategic Migration Partnership, email: [email protected] telephone: 07908 399625