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County Lines Awareness and Gang Labelled Offending BEH event
Start date Wednesday 22 January 2020 Add to Outlook Calendar
Times 10:00 - 15:30 
Arrival Time 09:45 
Closing date Wednesday 8 January 2020
Early Years Centre for Professional Development, East Way, Bournemouth, BH8 9PU
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Venue notes A Hearing Loop is installed at this venue

Refreshments: Tea, coffee, water, and biscuits are available on this course but meals are not provided.

There is no parking on site during school hours. 
Event Leader Course Leader 
Event Contributor
Alan Farmer 
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Event Description A one-day awareness raising session delivered by a nationally acclaimed trainer looking at young people's involvement in gangs and the exploitation of vulnerable children by organised crime in a gang context.

Course Leader: Tanayah Sam ( )

PLEASE BE AWARE: Tanayah will use ‘YouTube' materials openly
found and viewed by children and young people, some of it you may find

TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY. Practitioners must read the attached documents before requesting a place. By proceeding with the booking, you agree to abide by our terms and conditions.

Invoices: Organisations will be invoiced for payment when the booking is confirmed and invoices are raised as soon as possible but may be received after the event. Settings other than Bournemouth Childcare settings must provide a purchase order number, centre cost code (if NHS) and the invoice contact name and address.

All cancellations MUST be made using CPD online and MUST be received 10 working days prior to the event. Please ensure that the reason for the cancellation is clearly stated. No other forms of cancellation are accepted. 
Event Outcomes By the end of the event, participants will have had the opportunity to learn about and explore:-

• Understanding youth violence
• Child criminal exploitation
• The difference between peer groups, gangs and organised crime
• The role of the social media within a criminal context
• Understanding the role of girls as victims and perpetrators
• Exit strategies and desistance model. 
Course Cost £ 10 
Event Charges Notes Subsidised cost: £10 Full cost: £65 Available for all Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole practitioners at the subsidised rate, who work with children, young people and their families to improve their outcomes: Including Private, Voluntary and Independent sector, Schools, Health and Local Authority staff. 
Maximum places 25 
Minimum places 14 
Programme Area Early Help (0-19) 
Event Notes Limited to 2 practitioners per organisation, (more than this number may register to be included on the waiting list and will be offered a place numbers permitting.) Additional Support: If you have any specific learning or physical needs or require additional support to enable you to engage with this programme please describe your need and how we can assist you in the special requirements box when you book. With sufficient advance notice, learning materials can be tailored to suit particular needs and support can be given in test conditions. 
No of sessions 1