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Modern Slavery Awareness - Professional (Accredited) 1. Who is this training for? Those in Buckinghamshire who are first responders, professionals and those supporting first responders who may come into contact with potential victims of modern slavery and human trafficking. 2. How long are the training sessions? 60 minutes elearning and pre-session modules 90 minutes live session 30 minutes post online learning modules 3. How is the training delivered? Your learning starts by completing the eLearning and selected modules about the National Referral Mechanism (NRM) and the principles of a trauma-informed response. If you wish to receive CPD accreditation for this course, all of the pre-elements are required. This prepares you to engage effectively in the 90 mins live session where a staged case study of a potential victim explores how you respond. This enhances your trauma-informed response skills in the context of legislative measures, such as the NRM. The learning emphasis is on trauma-informed response. Further learning is offered where there is a 30 min total of online training resources to complete your learning that matches your training needs. These include Frequently asked Questions, Legislation overview and procedures. 4. What level of training is this? The training is accredited by CPD UK Accreditation level. Those who have opted to evidence this are required complete a pre and post evaluation and attain a pass mark. The pre-evaluation must be completed before the session starts. Those who are successful may request certification for 3 CPD UK points. This requires consent for your email to participate which was at the point of booking. 5. What else is provided for the delegate? In your learning account you have access to all that you need for the training and you can download it in preparation for the class. You may wish to print off the resources or have them open on another screen but please be aware that if you use your phone the documents will likely be difficult to view. You should have the following downloadable documents for your class: Responding to Modern Slavery booklet (CPD Certified) - Currently under review due to UK government legislative changes in 2023 Spot the signs exercise for breakout rooms Learning Resource Library Multilingual posters MSHT self-identifying flyers 6. Who delivers the training? The virtual classroom training is delivered by a trainer who is a subject matter specialist. The trainer draws from the experience of working with victims of modern slavery within Hope for Justice and their experience supporting victims out of exploitation. 7. What is the training style? This training combines online modules either side of a live session. The live training utilises varied learning mediums such as videos, PowerPoint style presentation, group discussions and case studies using a 'break-out room' feature. Read more

Trauma-informed Case Reporting (Accredited) 1. Who is this training for? This training session is suitable for those who work or volunteer, whose work may potentially bring them into contact with victims of Modern Slavery. This includes interested community members and members in faith groups. e.g. local authorities, police, services, charities in the community, faith groups. 2. How long are the training sessions? Each product splits into 2 x 90 minute sessions and both are delivered on either a morning or afternoon with a 30-minute break. Please check the time slots allocated to the dates. 3. How is the training delivered? The following products are available online in a virtual classroom setting via Microsoft Teams. The link is located on your learner account. You need to ensure you have good wifi access, settings compatible with MS Teams (check your workplace server)  and an up to date internet browser. 4. What level of training is this? The training is accredited by CPD UK Accreditation level. Those who have opted to evidence this are required complete a pre and post evaluation and attain a pass mark. The pre-evaluation must be completed before the session starts. Those who are successful are issued certification for 3 CPD UK points. This requires consent for your email to participate which was at the point of booking. This training is based on the delegate having a foundational knowledge of Modern Slavery awareness. 5. What else is provided for the delegate? In your learning account you have access to all that you need for the training and download it in readiness for the training. Please print off the resources as your device may be difficult to view the content. You will have the following downloadable documents:- Goldilocks Story Exercise  Tatiana Spider Gram - Tatiana (Optional) Karolina QR codes will be presented at certain points throughout your virtual session, having a smart phone may help give you a smoother experience at these times. 6. Who delivers the training? The training session is delivered by Alister Bull, Hope for Justice training manager. He draws from the experience of those working with victims of modern slavery within Hope for Justice and supporting them out of exploitation. 7. What is the training style? The training utilises varied learning mediums such as videos, PowerPoint style presentation, group discussions and case studies. Read more

Trauma-informed Listening (Disclosure Encounter) (Accredited) 1. Who is this training for? This training session is suitable for those who work or volunteer, whose work may potentially bring them into contact with victims of Modern Slavery. This includes interested community members and members in faith groups. e.g. local authorities, police, services, charities in the community, faith groups. 2. How long are the training sessions? Each product splits into 2 x 90 minute sessions and both are delivered on either a morning or afternoon with a 30-minute break. Please check the time slots allocated to the dates. 3. How is the training delivered? The following products are available online in a virtual classroom setting via Microsoft Teams. The link is located on your learner account. There is no need to travel and ensures you remain safe regardless of the COVID restriction measures at the time of delivery. You need to ensure you have good wifi access, settings compatible with MS Teams (check your workplace server)  and an up to date internet browser. 4. What level of training is this? The training is accredited by CPD UK Accreditation level. Those who have opted to evidence this are required complete a pre and post evaluation and attain a pass mark. The pre-evaluation must be completed before the session starts. Those who are successful are issued certification for 3 CPD UK points. This requires consent for your email to participate which was at the point of booking. This training is based on the delegate having a foundational knowledge of Modern Slavery awareness. 5. What else is provided for the delegate? In your learning account you have access to all that you need for the training and download it in readiness for the training. You may wish to print off the resource or have it open on another screen but if you use your phone it will be difficult to view. You will have the following downloadable documents:-  'Responding to Modern Slavery' booklet (CPD Certified)  Virtual Classroom resources 6. Who delivers the training? The virtual classroom training is delivered by training specialists from various fields impacted by modern slavery. The combined experience includes retail management, healthcare, community and ex-law enforcement. They draw from the experience of those working with victims of modern slavery within Hope for Justice and supporting them out of exploitation. 7. What is the training style? The training utilises varied learning mediums such as videos, PowerPoint style presentation, group discussions and case studies using a 'break-out room' feature Read more

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