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We are currently developing our Modular program as a set of E-Learning Courses. These are currently in developement but the first live courses will be available this summer. The Modular programme is designed as a flexible solution to maintaing continuing professional development and will be particularly appealing to Freelance and Independent Social Workers and similar professionals or practitioners with specific special interests. If you are interested in these courses please susbscribe to receive information about upcoming courses and webinars.  
 

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Modular Training Programmes 

Introduction to Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery  

This E-Learning Module offers a broad introduction to the nature and processes of trafficking and modern slavery. By the end of the course participants will understand the push and pull factors that cause people o be drawn into trafficking and slavery and the factors that trap them there. The programme defines and describes Trafficking, Slavery, Forced Labour, Servitude and Exploitation. 
DATES  
TBC 
LEVEL 
Foundation  
PRICE 
Free 

Early and Forced Marriage - Exploring the links to Domestic Servitude and Sexual Exploitation 

Building on the Introduction to the Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery programme this course examines specifically the issues of women and girls being trafficked for sexual exploitation and domestic servitude and the overlap with early and forced marriage. Related concepts that will be covered include honour related crime, cultural and political contexts and prevalence. 
DATES 
Coming 2017.  
 
LEVEL 
Foundation 
PRICE 
 

The Importance of Forensic Histories in the Context of Parent / Carer Assessments 

Understanding a parent’s history of violent and harmful behaviour, substance use and criminal history is a vital part of the assessment process. This module helps Social Workers and allied professionals understand the implications of particular criminal convictions and cautions, patterns of violent behaviour and substance abuse and links these to other aspects of the assessment such as relationship stability, stress and coping and resilience. 
DATES 
 
LEVEL 
PRICE 
 

Understanding Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) 

This module provides a solid foundation to understanding the nature of child sexual exploitation using the SIPPS Model. It stands alone as a course or as an introduction to the Adapted SIPPS for CSE. 
DATES 
 
LEVEL 
PRICE 
£163.00 + VAT 

Sexual Abuse and New Technologies 

This course will stand alone or be a useful follow up course to the Adapted SIPPS for CSE Training. It examines different aspects of online child abuse and exploitation, patterns of problematic behaviour and vulnerability. 
DATES 
Coming 2017 
LEVEL 
PRICE 
 

Trauma Informed Practice 

This module will stand alone or be a useful follow up course to the SIPPS and Adapted SIPPS for CSE Training, Introduction to Human Trafficking and Modern Slavey and Early and Forced Marriage Training. It explores in closer detail the nature and patterns of trauma with specific regard to sexual exploitation and sexual violence with a view to developing engagement and interview strategies and improving the experience of victims through the criminal justice system. 
DATES 
Coming Soon 
LEVEL 
PRICE 
 

Children with Sexually Harmful Behaviour 

This module explains and describes the aetiology of harmful and developmentally inappropriate behaviour that may be exhibited and experienced by children. This course considers sexually harmful behaviour in the context of intra familial abuse, peer on peer abuse, youth gangs and in the context of sexual exploitation. This course compliments the Adapted SIPPS for CSE programme, Assessing Risk of Sexual Violence and Trauma Informed Practice. 
DATES 
 
LEVEL 
PRICE 
 

SIPPS for Investigative Social Work: Safeguarding Children  

 
DATES 
In Development 
LEVEL 
PRICE 
 
 
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