AELP Webinar – Safeguarding Learners from Criminal Exploitation

Exploring Criminal Exploitation of children and vulnerable adults

Facilitator: Katrina Curtis, Safeguarding Consultant, ECP Ltd

Date: Thursday, 17 October 2019 | Time: 10.30 am – 11.30 am BST

This webinar will offer an insight into the ‘Criminal exploitation of children and vulnerable adults: County Lines guidance’ (September 2018). It is intended to explain the nature of harm from criminal exploitation to enable practitioners to recognise its signs and respond appropriately so that potential victims get the support and help they need.

Objectives

This webinar is designed to support all providers of post 16 educations and training provision to have a greater awareness and duty of care in recognising and responding to the following types of criminal exploitation:
  • Modern slavery
  • Human trafficking
  • Labour Exploitation
  • Forced begging
  • County Lines
  • Cuckooing
  • Grooming including Initiation & hazing
  • Push & pull factors
It will outline how to:

  • Spot the signs
  • Build resilience
  • Make referrals & get support

Who should attend?

The content of this webinar is ideal for all those who work in post 16 education and training provision whether as part of an executive team, senior management, curriculum and department leads or directly involved in teaching and training with a responsibility for the management and leadership of safeguarding. As well as anyone who has regular contact with children or vulnerable adults including parents or carers.

Delegate Fees

AELP Member:
First Delegate: £69.00 + VAT  Subsequent Delegate(s): £49.00 + VAT

Non-Member: £169.00 + VAT

The Package

Access to the live webinar, recording, slides and Q&As after the webinar.

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