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County Lines CPD training for organisations working with young people and families

Ofsted expect all staff working with young people to have a understanding of county lines and the signs a young person may be involved in child criminal exploitation. This CPD workshop is ideal for staff working in schools, colleges, further and higher education. It would also be excellent CPD for those working with children and families or vulnerable adults. It is designed to give staff the knowledge and confidence to identify vulnerable young people and adults, recognise the indicators they maybe involved in county lines or gangs and the next steps to take.

Working with small groups over the day our safeguarding consultant will lead the 2 hour workshops with a maximum of 25 in each group with up to 4 groups allowing you to have up to 100 staff trained in one day.  This is an excellent workshop to integrate into staff training days or evenings.

Learning outcomes for the session:

  • define sexual and criminal exploitation
  • explain what ‘county lines’ activity is
  • identify what makes a young person or vulnerable adult vulnerable to exploitation
  • recognise the indicators a young person may be involved in county lines activity

The CPD training is 2 hours per group up to 25 attendees.

Our safeguarding consultant can train up to 4 groups in one day – that’s up to 100 staff per day. Alternatively, you could book two safeguarding consultant and train up to 200 staff in one day. This provides great quality training for your staff and great value for your organisation.

From £400 per group of 25 staff or from £1200 for 4 groups of 100 staff.

Additional tutors can be booked for large organisations

The price includes:

  • Highly qualified trainer
  • CPD certificates

Anne Horn

Anne has worked in education for over 15 years and is passionate about high quality teaching and training. Anne led her department to outstanding for over consecutive 10 years. Anne’s prior experiences as a Ofsted Inspector allows her to provide support to schools, colleges and training providers as an consultant offering pre inspection support and guidance.

Anne is dedicated to improving standards in safeguarding. She has written training programmes for Early Years, Schools and Colleges and ensured the training of thousands of staff members has been rigorous, informative and improved the quality of safeguarding for childcare and vulnerable adults winning the Nursery World Trainer of the Year 2017 for this work. Anne is a lay member of her Local Safeguarding Partnership (LSCB).

Sam Sutton

Sam has many years experience working in the further education sector; leading on apprenticeship provision, vocational and professional qualifications for adults and study programmes for young people. As a former member of the senior leadership team of a College she was responsible for safeguarding vulnerable young people and the study programme.

Sam has worked as an Ofsted Inspector and is a consultant and lecturer for Anglia Ruskin University. Sam’s sector expertise is wide ranging and she is passionate about high quality training and assessment. She holds higher level qualifications in leadership  teaching, childcare and is passionate about high quality safeguarding practice and leadership. Sam is a Home Office approved PREVENT trainer and is approved by local safeguarding boards to train safeguarding.

Rick Olver.

As an experienced practitioner in FE and Community Education, Rick was Vice Principal and Lead Designated Safeguarding Officer at a Community College. He led the development of robust safeguarding systems, embedding them across the organisation to meet the changing requirement of Ofsted. He was their nominee at their successful inspections. He created strong links across the Local Authority developing a specific centre for Learners with Profound and Multiple Disabilities and Difficulties. Rick was involved with Regional Groupings looking at Safeguarding across the FE spectrum but also specifically the 16-18 year old students and apprentices. As Chair of Trustees at a Mental Health and Therapeutic Gardening Charity, Rick has responsibility for the Safeguarding procedures across the organisation. This organisation attracts a wide range of users including vulnerable adults, people with learning disabilities and children.

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Duration 2 Hours
Level CPD
Location On-site, UK-wide
Price From £400 per group up to 25 staff or from £1200 for 4 groups of 100 staff. Prices exclude VAT
Minimum booking Minimum of 2 groups per daily booking Prices exclude VAT

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