Modern Slavery Awareness
On behalf of the Safer Nottinghamshire Board a further series of training sessions have been commissioned for local Community Safety partners, local authority staff and other relevant partners in regard to a better understanding of the issues relating to modern slavery and human trafficking.
Hope For Justice
The commissioned provider is Hope for Justice (HfJ) who provide Modern Slavery Awareness training to frontline professionals. Their programme delivers high quality, interactive training and provides frontline professionals and volunteers with the skills they need to successfully identify victims or cases of Modern Slavery and respond appropriately.
HfJ provide a participant handbook and exercise sheets that accompany the presentation. The sessions are designed to be interactive for the participants. HfJ indicate that they are keen to ensure that the sessions are tailored to the area in which they are delivered so use local cases for case study exercises.
The learning objectives from the training sessions are to:
- know what Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking is
- recognise the signs and indicators of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
- respond appropriately to a case / victim of Modern Slavery or Human Trafficking.
Please note that there are five free half day morning training sessions being organised for staff as follows at Potter Street, Worksop:
Book a place on the Hope for Justice sessions
- 5 February Assembly Room, Potter Street, Worksop - Book online using Eventbrite
- 20 February - Ceres Suite, Potter Street, Worksop - Book online using Eventbrite
- 27 February – Assembly Room, Potter Street, Worksop - Book online using Eventbrite
- 20 March – Assembly Room, Potter Street, Worksop - Book online using Eventbrite
- 29 March – Assembly Room, Potter Street, Worksop - Book online using Eventbrite.