This training will run across 2 consecutive mornings (9:30am-1pm on 14-15 April 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.
Please note that if you attended the overview of child trafficking, modern slavery and exploitation – 2 Day Virtual Programme on 17-18 December 2020, module 1 of that training is very similar to module 1 of this training.
This online course focuses on the specific challenges of accommodating victims of trafficking and separated children seeking asylum. Based on ECPAT UK’s influential research on trafficked, unaccompanied and separated children going missing from care, this course will give you an understanding of the issue and why children go missing, and will support you with practical tools to respond in line with the best practice.
This course is ideal for those involved in the care of children at risk of trafficking, such as Looked After Child and fostering social workers, foster carers, care home staff and missing persons practitioners. It will provide participants with updated knowledge and skills to better protect and respond to at risk and missing children.
Module 1: Providing safe accommodation and care for child victims of trafficking
Module 2: Preventing and responding to child victims of trafficking going missing
This training is delivered by ECPAT UK www.ecpat.org.uk
Attendees will receive the joining instructions and Zoom links 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