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WISH training (Sexual Health)

The WISH training programme is commissioned by Buckinghamshire County Council. All courses are facilitated by the Terrence Higgins Trust, a specialist sexual health service that is part of the new Buckinghamshire Sexual Health and Wellbeing service. The overall aim of the WISH programme is to promote the sexual health and wellbeing of all Buckinghamshire  residents and to equip those working with  individuals of all ages, gender, ethnicity, disability or sexuality  with the knowledge, skills and tools to develop  resilience, respect and to promote consensual healthy and safe sexual relationships.

These are multi-agency courses for all those who are currently working with young people / vulnerable adults, to enable them to work effectively with people around sexual health and relationships in either one to one or group situations.

For information on current courses please click here.

 

Free Adult Exploitation Training

Free training is being provided by an Exploitation Service for Victims called Willow Project* and is designed for front line workers and those who manage them to myth bust and help you understand what this area of crime is about and understand the factors that make people vulnerable and how you could identify risks etc.

The training is part of a county wide commitment to increase the awareness and understanding around Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking, which sits within the work of Adult Exploitation in Buckinghamshire.

The 3 hour session will help you understand the risks, be aware of signs you may spot in your work capacity, what you can do about it and give you information about the referral process for support.

If your work puts you in possible contact with situations where you may see signs of exploitation then this training will be extremely valuable to you. You do not need to have any prior knowledge of Modern Slavery or other Adult Exploitation.

To book a place please use this link (despite being crossed out this link does work!)

*The organisation providing the training works with the police and other agencies in a voluntary capacity to support any victims that are identified, for example, from police raids and other enforcement work.

 

SAFE! Support for Young People Affected by Crime Training

Safe! offer services to young people who have been affected by crime and bullying. Alongside this support they also provide training courses for professionals working with children and young adults. They now have some confirmed dates for courses in the autumn and attached is their training flyer detailing all the courses running across the Thames Valley.

To find out more or to book a place contact SAFE! on safe@safeproject.org.uk or 01865 582495

 

The Child and Adolescent Harmful Behaviour Service (CAHBS)

CAHBS is a specialised non-mental health element of an integrated service model of care in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) within Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. Operating across Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire, CAHBS support a multi-agency response, offering largely consultancy-based service, to young people (up to age 18) displaying concerning sexual behaviour.

Please contact CAHBS directly if you are interested in specific training on topics related to inappropriate or harmful sexual behaviour and understanding risk to others.
Email: CAHBS.team@oxfordhealth.nhs.uk

 

Training for Voluntary and Charity organisations

Action4Youth provide level 1 safeguarding training for members and can arrange to provide training for other voluntary and charity organisations requiring basic safeguarding awareness raising.

Information on training offered by Action 4Youth can be found here

 

Bucks New University: Child Protection and Adult Safeguarding – full and part-time Master’s programme

If you are looking to improve your understanding of safeguarding and the complexities of working in this rapidly changing field, an MSc Child Protection and Adult Safeguarding from Bucks could be for you.

Informed by the areas of expertise of the lecturing staff in the social work, policing and community health teams, this master’s programme covers a range of optional areas of study including disability, victimisation and health.

If you feel uncertain about committing to a full master’s programme, our Critical Practice in Child Protection and Adult Safeguarding is only 15 weeks and is a perfect introduction to this area.

Call Bucks New University on 0330 123 2023 or email advice@bucks.ac.uk to find out more.