Start: 11.08.20 9:30 am
End: 11.08.20 12:30 pm
Organiser: Children in Wales
Price: £50.00 – £85.00
Book online: to book your place please visit the Children in Wales website.
On a daily basis we hear news of young people and knife crime, not just in London but in Wales too. Young people are becoming scared, being injured and sadly fatally wounded. This half-day course will examine the rise of knife crime, current trends, the law, what staff need to know and what messages they should be giving young people. It will look at ways of supporting young people, when to refer and organisational action plans.
This course will cover:
- An Overview of Current Trends
- Knife Crime and the Law
- Different forms of Youth Based Violence
- Psychology: Fight, Flight and Freeze Reactions
- Young people’s Vulnerabilities
- Signs of involvement
- How to Support Young People
- Referrals routes
- Action Plan
Who is the course aimed at?
The course is aimed at front line staff who need a clearer understanding of how to support young people to avoid knife crime and how to keep them safe.
This course is also offered as in-house training, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.