Exploitation and Modern Slavery – virtual training event
Aim: This training is being provided by Willow, Thames Valley Partnership and is designed for front line workers and those who manage them to myth bust and help workers gain awareness of the issues around exploitation and human trafficking, understand what this area of crime is about, what factors make people vulnerable, as well as considering the victim’s perspective such as the barriers to disclosure.
Objectives: The session will help you understand exploitation and or/modern slavery including the risks, raise awareness around signs you may spot in your work capacity, what you can do about it as well as giving you information about the referral process for support.
Format & length: 3 hour webinar via zoom (with breaks)
Who should attend? If your work puts you in contact with situations where you may spot the signs of exploitation, then this training will be extremely valuable to you. You do NOT need to have any prior knowledge of Modern Slavery or Exploitation.
29th September 2021 09.30 – 13.00
Exploitation & Modern Slavery Training – Buckinghamshire area only Tickets, Wed 29 Sep 2021 at 09:30 | Eventbrite
29th September 2021 13.30-17.00
Exploitation & Modern Slavery Training – Buckinghamshire area only Tickets, Wed 29 Sep 2021 at 13:30 | Eventbrite
The training is free of charge
Bookings: can be made via the following Eventbrite link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/thames-valley-partnership-willow-19999676564 where you can also sign up to the waiting list for further sessions.
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