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Basics in Cognitive Therapy Techniques
Cognitive Behavioural Techniques (CBT) is widely recognized by the youth service and underpins much of the methods used to explore offending behaviour in both young people and adults. This course is aimed at Practitioners, Teachers and Support staff working with young people.
Social workers & Foster Carer Training
This one Day session is focused on ensuring participants develop a greater awareness of serious youth violence and county lines and local drug dealing.
-Have an improved understanding of drug dealing and serious youth violence
-Identify the reasons young people affiliate with serious youth violence.
Tailored 121 mentoring programme
12 week programme designed as an intervention to prevent permanent exclusion or reintegration12 weeks programme to support children who might be:
permanently excluded from their mainstream school for behaviour reasons, or at risk of permanent exclusion.
experiencing emotional or behavioural difficulties, including problems with anger, mental healthissues, and school phobia/refusal.
experiencing severe bullying.
diagnosed with special educational needs (SEN), or in the process of getting a diagnosis.
suffering from a short- or long-term illness that makes mainstream school unsuitable.
a new starter who missed out on a school place.
pregnant or young mothers.
Tasks routinely performed by outreach workers include:
Identifying youths’ needs and goals to help the team develop a more comprehensive intervention plan.
Coaching and providing role models for each youth.
Coordinating appropriate crisis responses to project clients following episodes of
violence in the community.
Providing assistance to families in distress, ranging from accessing basic services to
helping resolve family conflicts.
Visiting clients who are incarcerated and helping to reconnect them to services when they
are released from custody.
Resolving conflicts and/or mediating between clients, their families, other youth, and/or
Acting as a liaison between project clients and service providers/schools to facilitate
client access to services.
Working with clients who are seeking employment, from helping these youth develop
résumés, to identifying their skills and qualifications, to helping them apply for jobs or
work with workforce services programs.
Multi Faith Training
To encourage Faith leaders and community representatives to come together to combat gang violence and radicalisation/extremism within their communities. Assists participants to identify and support those at risk.
This includes eradicating gang violence, sexual exploitation, radicalisation and drug dealing.
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