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Code: BH/20/1201 Modern slavery, trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism (NRM)

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS COURSE  IS FOR ADOLESCENT SERVICES STAFF ONLY.  ALL OTHER COURSES ARE AVAILABLE FOR STAFF FROM ADULT SOCIAL CARE, CHILDREN'S SERVICES OR HOUSING OPTIONS.

This training course is for staff (and their managers) who will be responsible for trying to engage with the potential victims of modern slavery to determine whether a referral to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) is the appropriate course of action.  This course will provide an overview of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the relevant statutory duties; good NRM practice; support available; and guidance around our own internal processes that must be completed to ensure we comply with our statutory duties

The Modern Slavery Act came into effect in 2015.  It covers offences of human trafficking, labour exploitation (slavery / forced or compulsory labour), domestic servitude, sexual exploitation and criminal exploitation (such as county lines or drug dealing).  The Act designates certain bodies, including local authorities such as Brighton & Hove City Council, as a 'first responder'.  First responder agencies are subject to section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.  This is the duty to notify the Home Office where there are reasonable grounds to believe that someone is or has been a victim of modern slavery or human trafficking.

The council's notification to the Home Office must be via a submission on behalf of the potential victim to the NRM.  The NRM is used for all children and for all adults.  Adults who do not consent to a full referral to the NRM will be anonymised for statistical purposes.

Brighton & Hove City Council developed an internal modern slavery referral pathway in 2019 which is overseen by the Community Safety Team.  Referrals for adults are made via the Community Safety Team and processed by specially trained staff in Adult Social Care or Housing Options.  Referrals for children are made via the Front Door for Families online form.
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1 10 July 2020 09:45 - 12:00 Skype for Business Map

Code: BH/20/1222 Modern slavery, trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism (NRM)

This training course is for staff (and their managers) who will be responsible for trying to engage with the potential victims of modern slavery to determine whether a referral to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) is the appropriate course of action.  This course will provide an overview of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the relevant statutory duties; good NRM practice; support available; and guidance around our own internal processes that must be completed to ensure we comply with our statutory duties

The Modern Slavery Act came into effect in 2015.  It covers offences of human trafficking, labour exploitation (slavery / forced or compulsory labour), domestic servitude, sexual exploitation and criminal exploitation (such as county lines or drug dealing).  The Act designates certain bodies, including local authorities such as Brighton & Hove City Council, as a 'first responder'.  First responder agencies are subject to section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.  This is the duty to notify the Home Office where there are reasonable grounds to believe that someone is or has been a victim of modern slavery or human trafficking.

The council's notification to the Home Office must be via a submission on behalf of the potential victim to the NRM.  The NRM is used for all children and for all adults.  Adults who do not consent to a full referral to the NRM will be anonymised for statistical purposes.

Brighton & Hove City Council developed an internal modern slavery referral pathway in 2019 which is overseen by the Community Safety Team.  Referrals for adults are made via the Community Safety Team and processed by specially trained staff in Adult Social Care or Housing Options.  Referrals for children are made via the Front Door for Families online form.
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1 13 July 2020 09:45 - 12:00 Skype for Business Map

Code: BH/20/1223 Modern slavery, trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism (NRM)

This training course is for staff (and their managers) who will be responsible for trying to engage with the potential victims of modern slavery to determine whether a referral to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) is the appropriate course of action.  This course will provide an overview of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the relevant statutory duties; good NRM practice; support available; and guidance around our own internal processes that must be completed to ensure we comply with our statutory duties

The Modern Slavery Act came into effect in 2015.  It covers offences of human trafficking, labour exploitation (slavery / forced or compulsory labour), domestic servitude, sexual exploitation and criminal exploitation (such as county lines or drug dealing).  The Act designates certain bodies, including local authorities such as Brighton & Hove City Council, as a 'first responder'.  First responder agencies are subject to section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.  This is the duty to notify the Home Office where there are reasonable grounds to believe that someone is or has been a victim of modern slavery or human trafficking.

The council's notification to the Home Office must be via a submission on behalf of the potential victim to the NRM.  The NRM is used for all children and for all adults.  Adults who do not consent to a full referral to the NRM will be anonymised for statistical purposes.

Brighton & Hove City Council developed an internal modern slavery referral pathway in 2019 which is overseen by the Community Safety Team.  Referrals for adults are made via the Community Safety Team and processed by specially trained staff in Adult Social Care or Housing Options.  Referrals for children are made via the Front Door for Families online form.
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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 21 July 2020 13:45 - 16:00 Skype for Business Map

Code: BH/20/1225 Modern slavery, trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism (NRM)

This training course is for staff (and their managers) who will be responsible for trying to engage with the potential victims of modern slavery to determine whether a referral to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) is the appropriate course of action.  This course will provide an overview of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the relevant statutory duties; good NRM practice; support available; and guidance around our own internal processes that must be completed to ensure we comply with our statutory duties

The Modern Slavery Act came into effect in 2015.  It covers offences of human trafficking, labour exploitation (slavery / forced or compulsory labour), domestic servitude, sexual exploitation and criminal exploitation (such as county lines or drug dealing).  The Act designates certain bodies, including local authorities such as Brighton & Hove City Council, as a 'first responder'.  First responder agencies are subject to section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.  This is the duty to notify the Home Office where there are reasonable grounds to believe that someone is or has been a victim of modern slavery or human trafficking.

The council's notification to the Home Office must be via a submission on behalf of the potential victim to the NRM.  The NRM is used for all children and for all adults.  Adults who do not consent to a full referral to the NRM will be anonymised for statistical purposes.

Brighton & Hove City Council developed an internal modern slavery referral pathway in 2019 which is overseen by the Community Safety Team.  Referrals for adults are made via the Community Safety Team and processed by specially trained staff in Adult Social Care or Housing Options.  Referrals for children are made via the Front Door for Families online form.
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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 23 July 2020 09:45 - 12:00 Skype for Business Map

Code: BH/20/1224 Modern slavery, trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism (NRM)

This training course is for staff (and their managers) who will be responsible for trying to engage with the potential victims of modern slavery to determine whether a referral to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) is the appropriate course of action.  This course will provide an overview of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the relevant statutory duties; good NRM practice; support available; and guidance around our own internal processes that must be completed to ensure we comply with our statutory duties

The Modern Slavery Act came into effect in 2015.  It covers offences of human trafficking, labour exploitation (slavery / forced or compulsory labour), domestic servitude, sexual exploitation and criminal exploitation (such as county lines or drug dealing).  The Act designates certain bodies, including local authorities such as Brighton & Hove City Council, as a 'first responder'.  First responder agencies are subject to section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.  This is the duty to notify the Home Office where there are reasonable grounds to believe that someone is or has been a victim of modern slavery or human trafficking.

The council's notification to the Home Office must be via a submission on behalf of the potential victim to the NRM.  The NRM is used for all children and for all adults.  Adults who do not consent to a full referral to the NRM will be anonymised for statistical purposes.

Brighton & Hove City Council developed an internal modern slavery referral pathway in 2019 which is overseen by the Community Safety Team.  Referrals for adults are made via the Community Safety Team and processed by specially trained staff in Adult Social Care or Housing Options.  Referrals for children are made via the Front Door for Families online form.
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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 24 July 2020 13:45 - 16:00 Skype for Business Map

Code: BH/20/1226 Modern slavery, trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism (NRM)

This training course is for staff (and their managers) who will be responsible for trying to engage with the potential victims of modern slavery to determine whether a referral to the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) is the appropriate course of action.  This course will provide an overview of the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the relevant statutory duties; good NRM practice; support available; and guidance around our own internal processes that must be completed to ensure we comply with our statutory duties

The Modern Slavery Act came into effect in 2015.  It covers offences of human trafficking, labour exploitation (slavery / forced or compulsory labour), domestic servitude, sexual exploitation and criminal exploitation (such as county lines or drug dealing).  The Act designates certain bodies, including local authorities such as Brighton & Hove City Council, as a 'first responder'.  First responder agencies are subject to section 52 of the Modern Slavery Act 2015.  This is the duty to notify the Home Office where there are reasonable grounds to believe that someone is or has been a victim of modern slavery or human trafficking.

The council's notification to the Home Office must be via a submission on behalf of the potential victim to the NRM.  The NRM is used for all children and for all adults.  Adults who do not consent to a full referral to the NRM will be anonymised for statistical purposes.

Brighton & Hove City Council developed an internal modern slavery referral pathway in 2019 which is overseen by the Community Safety Team.  Referrals for adults are made via the Community Safety Team and processed by specially trained staff in Adult Social Care or Housing Options.  Referrals for children are made via the Front Door for Families online form.
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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 27 July 2020 13:45 - 16:00 Skype for Business Map

Code: BH/20/0235 Sex Workers Awareness (EVENT FULL)

This half day course is run twice a year and will raise your awareness about sex work. Delegates will learn about the law, the national and local landscape and consider the diversity of experience of sex workers. Delegates will additionally consider the links between sex work and violence and abuse. The course will provide an overview of the work undertaken in the city, and how to refer to specialist services.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 24 September 2020 13:00 - 16:30 Hove Town Hall - Training Room G90 Map

Code: BH/20/0238 Working with LGBTQ+ people affected by Domestic Violence and Abuse, Sexual Violence and Harmful Practices (EVENT FULL)

The course has been designed to give an overview of additional risks and barriers faced by the LGBTQ+ community who experience domestic or sexual violence and abuse, or harmful practices. The session will look at the barriers the LGBTQ+ community might face when accessing services and support, as well as exploring the complexities of intersectionality, and the additional risks and barriers this can create.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 25 September 2020 09:30 - 16:30 Hove Town Hall - Training Room G70 Map

Code: BH/20/0809 Domestic Violence/Abuse: Risk Assessment and Safety Planning including an Introduction to the DASH and MARAC processes

This one day workshop will explore how Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) can affect people's lives and the role of professionals in intervening safely. Attendees will consider how to respond to disclosure of domestic abuse with empathy and how to assess someone's immediate safety, build an initial safety plan, refer to and liaise with specialist services.  

This course is primarily for frontline workers looking to increase their knowledge of DVA and who have a role in building support plans with a client who may have experienced domestic abuse. Typically this level of training is for nurses, accident and emergency doctors, adult social care staff, ambulance staff, children's centre staff, children and family social care staff, GPs, mental health professionals, midwives, health visitors, paediatricians, health and social care professionals in education (including school nurses), prison staff and alcohol and drug misuse workers. In some cases, it will also be relevant for youth workers.

This course is delivered by RISE.

 

 

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 02 October 2020 09:30 - 16:30 Hove Town Hall - Training Room G90 Map

Code: BH/20/0226 Effectively Engaging Male Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

This course will provide a dynamic approach to improving skills for engaging  and developing  effective working relationships with male Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse.

 

 

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 06 October 2020 09:30 - 16:30 Hove Town Hall - Training Room G107 Map