The AIM Project runs a number of National AIM week courses each year. These are ‘open’ courses that individual can book on rather than ‘commissioned’ courses established by local authorities and other agencies.
See below for the most recent information relating to an upcoming event. For fuller details of these courses please refer to the relevant course in the Training section of the website which gives full course outlines.
To book or make enquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 07788286698
Click on this link to download a booking form then return it to us
AT A GLANCE:
|AIM WEEK 25 – 29 NOVEMBER 2019 At Cresta Court Hotel, Church Street, Altrincham WA14 4DP|
TRAINING CALENDAR AT A GLANCE:
25 November 2019Foundation Course
Basic Awareness of Child and Adolescent Harmful Sexual Behaviour (HSB) – ideal as a first step for developing confidence in working with HSB; Cost £150
26 – 27 November 2019
28 – 29 November 2019
NEW AIM3 Assessment for Adolescents training Participant Criteria:
Participants should have a basic understanding of concerning sexual behaviours gained through AIM foundation courses or relevant practice experience, plus practice experience of complex assessments generally and ideally some experience of assessments of sexual behaviours.
Cost £280 plus £99 for a copy of the framework
NB BOTH THESE COURSES ARE NOW FULLY BOOKED
27 November 2019
NEW Technology-Assisted Harmful Sexual Behaviour Awareness Raising Cours
This one-day awareness raising course has been designed for social care, youth offending, education, health staff and the third sector workforce with an introduction to how technology may play a role in harmful sexual behaviours.It is ideal for practitioners who may not be directly involved in risk assessments, but who wish to have an up to date understanding of this subject.
28 – 29 November 2019
NEW AIM Intervention for Adolescents training -Participant Criteria:
Participants should have a basic understanding of concerning sexual behaviours gained through AIM foundation courses, and/or possibly AIM3 training, or relevant practice experience. In addition they also need to have practice experience of complex assessments and/or direct work with children/young people.
Cost £280 +£112.50 for a copy of the Intervention Guidance
|AIM WEEK LONDON|
31 March – 2 April 2020
At Tower Hamlets PDC, 229 Bethnal Green Road, London E2 6AB
AIM Week /Restorative Practice Launch
The AIM Week courses 30th March to 3rd April 2020 and the Restorative Practice/HSB Assessment and Guidance Launch on the 2nd April 2020 has now also been postponed and we will reschedule these for later in the year. If you have booked a place on any of the AIM week courses, you should have already received an email to inform you that your course has been postponed. If you have not received an email, then please contact us on email@example.com
|AIM Technology-Assisted HSB Practice Guidance Training |
12-13 May 2020
Central Manchester Venue
This course is targeted at experienced practitioners in social work, youth offending and specialist providers, who need to have at least a basic understanding of concerning sexual behaviours, gained through AIM or NSPCC foundation courses, or relevant practice experience, which ideally includes working with technology assisted harmful sexual behaviour on their case loads
Price: £280 per delegate plus £65 for a copy of the AIM Technology-Assisted HSB Practice Guidance
This two-day course aims to develop practice confidence and competence in understanding how technology can facilitate harmful sexual behaviours.
It is drawn from and complements the AIM & NSPCC Technology Assisted Harmful Sexual Behaviour (TA-HSB) guidance (Allotey & Swann 2019) and has been designed to help practitioners to formulate judgements about risk in the context of concerns arising from an adolescent’s technology-assisted harmful sexual behaviours (TA-HSB) and the development of safety plans.
This training provides the understanding from research and practice on these types of behaviours and gives guidance on how the model works. It highlights the nuances in practice that workers may face and helps to develop analytical skills in relation to TA-HSB.
By the end of the course participants will:
· Have an understanding of current research findings regarding technology assisted sexual harm
· Know how to collect and collate relevant information regarding TA-HSB
· Learn how to develop a case formulation
· Be confident in establishing safety plans.
To book or make enquiries contact firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 07788286698 or click on the link at the top of the page and fill the booking form in