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These training/workshop sessions are either regional events hosted in part by the KBSP or sessions provided by partner agency providers.



KBSP are offering this training for UK-based practitioners specialising in youth services to help them prevent technology-assisted harmful sexual behaviour amongst young people.

Details: The training will be delivered by The Lucy Faithful Foundation and will familiarise participants with their Inform Young People programme, designed for adolescents in trouble with the police, their school or college for engaging in technology-assisted harmful sexual behaviour. The course will equip professionals to deliver the programme to young people they work with.

Participants will need to undertake three online workshops and an e-learning module to complete the training.

The e-learning module is designed to provide information regarding the Inform Young People programme. It provides:

- The context of the development of the programme

- A description of what the programme is and who it is for

- A brief description of the key principles that underpin the programme

- An outline of the theoretical basis of the programme

- An introduction to the facilitator's guide, targeting matrix and evaluation forms

- An outline of and introduction to the programme modules

- Information regarding how to access programme material and resources on completion of the training

- Information about programme integrity and administration


Workshop one will provide professionals who already work with young people who have engaged in harmful sexual behaviour (HSB), with a refresher into their pathways to the behaviour. It will also aim to increase professionals' understanding of the internet in the lives of young people.


Workshops two and three will focus on delivering the Inform Young People programme and includes exploring positive ways to engage with young people. It provides professionals with the knowledge and tools to deliver the programme. The objectives include:

- An outline of the pre-programme process including the initial meeting with the young person and their parents or carers

- Ways to involve parents or carers

- Reflection on the relationship between the practitioner and the young person

- Familiarising professionals with the modules

- An introduction to the main exercises and how to deliver them

- Ideas and approaches to engage with young people


Training Dates/Times:

There are two separate training options available for this course. You may either attend in April or June.


April 2023 dates:

Day One - Monday 3rd April 2023 - 10am - 1pm

Day Two - Wednesday 5th April 2023 - 10am - 1pm

Day Three - Thursday 6th April - 10am - 1pm


June 2023 dates: 

Day One - Monday 12th June 2023 - 10am - 1pm

Day Two - Wednesday 14th June 2023 - 10am - 1pm

Day Three - Thursday 15th June 2023 - 10am - 1pm


You must be able to attend all three training dates in succession. There will NOT be an option to reschedule any of the training days to a different date, for this reason please make sure you have made the necessary arrangements to attend all three sessions.


Access: To Apply for this training, please contact Sam at: with your full name, job title and a preferred email address. Please make sure to reference you are attending via the Keeping Bristol Safe Partnership.

Venue: Online

Cost: Free



Trauma and Adversity Awareness Sessions (Introduction):

Free online multi-agency awareness sessions delivered by the Bristol Trauma and Adversity Ambassador Network.

This introductory workshop about adversity and trauma provides an opportunity to learn about:

  • What adversity, trauma and ACE's (Adverse Childhood Experiences) are, and their potential impacts across the life course
  • How we can minimise the risks associated with adversity and trauma
  • What trauma informed practice is and how this way of working can benefit people who have experienced trauma

This multi-agency workshop is aimed at managers and practitioners in Bristol who work with adults or children, in any sector.



Wednesday 25th January 2023- 10:00- 13:00

Wednesday 22nd March 2023- 10:00- 13:00

Wednesday 17th May 2023- 10:00- 13:00

Wednesday 12th July 2023- 10:00- 13:00


Register via Eventbrite: Introduction to Adversity and Trauma Tickets, Multiple Dates | Eventbrite

Platform: Zoom

Cost: Free




These webinar sessions are either regional events hosted in part by the KBSP or sessions provided by partner agency providers.

Online Safety

Date: Wednesday 29th March 2023

Location: This Live In-Person event will take place in the Keynsham community space (above the library), Market Walk, Keynsham BS31 1FS.

Time: Once in the morning (10:00) or once in the afternoon (13:30) - Choice when registering below

Register: To book your place please click on the following link, and scroll down to the event you wish to book:

Description: Bath & North East Somerset Community Safety & Safeguarding Partnership are pleased to partner with the UK Safer Internet Centre to deliver a FREE 90-minute Online Safety update. The session will be delivered on Wednesday 29th March 2023, (once in the morning and once in the afternoon) and is open to all who work with children and young people.

The event will provide the latest in research, legislation, technology, tools and resources along with exclusive access to the presentation and resource materials, a team will also be available to answer any of your online safety queries or questions.





Gambling Increases at Christmas and the Bills come in January - Free 90 minute CPD accredited training on 'Women and Gambling Harms'.

Dates and times:


Wednesday 11th January - 10:00am - 11:30am

Thursday 19th January - 10:00am - 11:30am

Wednesday 25th January - 10:00am - 11:30am

Monday 30th January - 10:00am - 11:30am

Wednesday 1st February - 10:00am - 11:30am

Wednesday 8th February - 10:00am - 11:30am

Monday 20th February - 10:00am - 11:30am


Presenter: Gam Care

Description: As a quick overview, the short webinar will look at signs of problematic gambling for women predominately, we discuss  those most at risk and affected, how others are affected by problematic gambling by someone else in the home, and we also give you signposting to all our free services.

GamCare is the leading charity in the UK helping people with problematic gambling or experiencing gambling harms for over 25 years, best known for the National Gambling Helpline.  We are currently delivering sessions to all UK professionals across all public sector groups and charities.                    

Cost: Free

Location: Online via Zoom

Registration: Contact  



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