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Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking

Tuesday 7th June 2016 at NWG Network Headquarters

To give the front line practitioner from any agency a basic awareness of what constitutes Modern Slavery and Trafficking in Human Beings (THB). It will also enable participants to better identify victims of THB, improving their responses, further developing a victim centered approach. Candidates will be introduced to the NWG CSE Pocket Guide designed to assist front line practitioners in advanced victim identification and assistance.

This course enables practitioners to see the benefits of using the trafficking legislation in cases of trafficking within the UK in respect of Child Sexual Exploitation, understanding the needs of the victims from the psychological, therapeutic and investigative perspective. It will cover all forms of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking into, within, and out of the UK incorporating National and International legislation.

Who’s it for?

This course is designed to give the front line practitioner from any agency, statutory or non-statutory, a basic awareness of what constitutes Modern Slavery and Trafficking in Human Beings (THB). The course will also improve
participants understanding of the subject enabling them to better identify victims of THB and Slavery improving their response and assistance. A component of this course covers Internal Trafficking of UK Adults & Children

The course covers:

  • International definition of THB
  • Difference between THB and Human smuggling
  • Different types of THB case studies including Internal Trafficking
  • UK Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking legislation
  • Victim Identification
  • THB control methods
  • THB victim best practice
  • Basic National Referral Mechanism (NRM) awareness

After obtaining the knowledge from the Modern slavery training the NRM course is designed to enhance the skills of the first responder in completing the National Referral Mechanism referral forms to provide positive outcomes for victims.

National Referral Mechanism allows participants to gain a thorough understanding of the Council of Europe Convention Against Trafficking in Human Beings and the international definition of Trafficked Human Beings in relation to the National Referral Mechanism. Participants gain the knowledge to submit high quality referrals to the NRM ensuring the best possible outcomes for victims whilst ensuring their corporate and statutory responsibility is discharged effectively, the benefits of having the back up of an NRM assessment in cases of trafficking within the UK and migrant trafficked victims. How referrals to the NRM can assist in prosecutions and victim aftercare.

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Registration fees can be found on the booking form. If you have any queries please contact us via the event hotline on 01332 227778

Agenda

Tuesday 7th June 2016

Please note all speakers and timings are subject to change.

09:15Registration
09:30International definition of Trafficking in Human beings
10:00Difference between Human Trafficking and Smuggling
10:40UK Trafficking Legislation
11:15Refreshment break
11:30Basic National Referral Mechanism
12:15Different types of Human Trafficking
12:45Lunch
13:15Child Trafficking
13:45Human Trafficking Controls
14:15Witchcraft JuJu
15:15Case study UK Lithuania Mirror Investigstion
16:00Close

Venue

NWG Network Headquarters

Suite 18, Parker House, Mansfield Road, Derby, DE21 4SZ

Free Onsite Parking. Derby Train Station 2 miles away