Child Trafficking, Modern Slavery, and the National Referral Mechanism
Target Group: Professionals who work directly with children and families who may come into contact with foreign national children where
there is a concern for trafficking
Trainer: Child Trafficking Advice Centre, NSPCC
Time: 9:30am – 1:00pm
Dates: 24th May 2017 (12 spaces are still available, as of 15.05.17)
7th November 2017 (Date Cancelled)
15th March 2018 (this dates is now full)
Delegates: 25 places
Aims and Objectives
- Define child trafficking, what children are trafficked for and the key risks indicators.
- Information about high risk groups, trends and models of good practice such as missing children.
- Clarity of responsibilities and procedures to follow.
- Awareness of agencies to utilise and work with them.
- Identify high risk groups, current trends and models of good practice.
- Provide knowledge of relevant guidance, legislation, and procedures, including the Modern Slavery Act and the National Referral Mechanism.
- Give a voice to the survivors of child trafficking by means of a short DVD.