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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/20/0563 AMBIT: Practical tools for working with complex young people, families and networks

A two-day introductory course delivered by CAMHS and social care staff , instructed and guided by the Anna Freud Centre, to deliver training on Adaptive Mentalization-Based Integrative Treatment (AMBIT).   Training will be delivered to small groups of practitioners from a range of those services working with complex young people and their families, across the city.    We aim to have 5 participants from 4 distinct services and welcome applications from staff working within social work, CAMHS and emotional well-being, schools and social care teams.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 08 September 2020 09:15 - 16:30 Brighton Town Hall - Volks Room Map
2 09 September 2020 09:15 - 16:30 Brighton Town Hall - Volks Room Map

Code: BH/19/1467 Practical Skills to Support Professionals Working with Families & the Early Help Process

This half day workshop will introduce you to the practical elements of the Early Help process.

There is an assumption that course participants are working in a role where they are likely to make a Front Door for Families referral, complete an Early Help Strengthening Families Assessment or initiate a TAF (team around the family) meeting.

You will be taken through the process of referrals to the Front Door for Families (MASH), Early Help assessments, TAF meetings and planning for positive change whilst considering the voice of the child and the importance of a whole-family approach.

There will be the opportunity to participate in small group activities, whole group discussions and practical activities to develop your confidence in working with families who need some extra help.

Please ensure you have read the documents prior to attending the training. Familiarity with the Whole Family Working Strategy and the Threshold Document will support your participation in this course.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 08 September 2020 09:30 - 13:00 Moulsecoomb North Hub - Great Hall Map

Code: BH/20/0379 Mindfulness for Children and Young People

This one day experiential course introduces the concept and practice of Mindfulness for child and adolescent wellbeing. This day will provide a number of experiential and practical activities which may be applied in working with children and families and to workers emotional wellbeing.

Current theory, research and evidence specifically related to children and young people's mental and physical health will be covered and further training and development opportunities signposted to.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 11 September 2020 09:30 - 16:30 Brighton Town Hall - Volks Room Map

Code: BH/20/0385 Working with Difficult to Engage Fathers: Gaining Insight and Practical Strategies

This one and a half day course will give attendees the opportunity to develop practical skills and strategies to build positive working relationships with fathers.  They will hear about the wide ranging implications of meaningful engagement through the latest research and theories, and Q&A sessions with professionals with specialist knowledge/experience. 

Practitioners will consider how a two-way engagement barrier between professionals and fathers can form and will learn how to overcome the challenges this presents.  They will also explore why fathers can be hard to engage and the underlying reasons for their use of anger, aggression and non-engagement.  

The additional half-day will ensure attendees have time to embed the learning into their practice by trying out techniques and strategies, then returning as a group to reflect on their success, as well as discuss challenges.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 23 September 2020 09:30 - 16:30 Hove Town Hall - Training Room G107 Map
2 04 November 2020 09:30 - 12:30 Hove Town Hall - Training Room G107 Map