The overall objective of this project is to develop, pilot and evaluate comprehensive multi-disciplinary modern-day slavery awareness training (Intercollegiate document level 1) to meet the needs of frontline and ancillary professionals working in key agencies e.g. health, social care, police etc.
The training materials will support professionals to achieve the following learning outcomes:
- Define human trafficking and modern-day slavery
- Recognise different forms of exploitation experienced by trafficked people and people in modern-day slavery;
- List common indicators of trafficking and modern slavery, and how they might present;
- Describe common health concerns experienced by trafficked people;
- Discuss barriers to disclosure, including communication issues and difficulties in accessing services;
- Recognise risks and safeguarding needs associated with trafficking and modern-day slavery;
- Assess how to take safe, supportive, and appropriate action.
The key deliverables include:
- PowerPoint slides for face-to-face awareness raising
- Facilitators’ handbook providing detailed guidance on training delivery,
- Content for e-learning tool
- 6 pilot face-to-face training sessions – with cohorts of 30 multi-professional staff
- Pilot and evaluation of face-to-face training.
For more details see project brief
If interested please send to tristan.brice@LondonADASS.org.uk by CoP Tuesday 29th November the following:
- Expression of interest (2 sides of A4 max)
- Number of days required to complete the task
- Daily rate
Closing date for applications is CoP Tuesday 29th November 2016