Mate Crime is what happens when people in vulnerable situations are abused or exploited by people they think of as friends. ARC’s ‘Safety Net’ project was the first in the UK to identify mate crime and spent three years raising awareness, developing resources and training a wide variety of professionals and people with learning disabilities.
These workshops are now available nationally and address:
- What is mate crime?
- Prevalence and typology
- What makes some people so vulnerable?
- Reporting issues
- Responses to mate crime
- Law and policy
Training is delivered by Rod Landman who has wide experience in delivering training on mate crime to people with learning disabilities. Workshops can also be delivered to mixed groups of staff and service users, or exclusively to staff working at all levels.Workshops will focus on a range of case studies and small group work leading to an organisational action plan. This will be developed within the context of the Care Act, the Mental Capacity Act and safeguarding.
We are now taking bookings for:
27 February 2017
The Ockment Centre,
- £78 (ARC Members)
- £89 (Non Members)
*Please note that from 1 April 2017, prices will rise to £80 (ARC Members)/£95 (Non-members)
Book your places:
Did you know?
This workshop is also available on an in-house basis. Our leading expert on mate crime, Rod Landman, can come to your organisation and train up to fifteen members of your team for a flat day rate of £595 (ARC Members) or £625 (Non-members) plus trainer’s travel expenses, offering a flexible and cost-effective way to up-skill your team. To discuss this option, please contact us.
Get in touch:
For more information about this or to discuss your needs, please contact us:
- 01246 555034