Harmful Sexual Behaviour between Siblings

AIM are proud to introduce a brand new course targeted at practitioners working with families where Harmful Sexual Behaviour has occurred between siblings, it has been designed to support families to heal and move on from crisis through a shared narrative. 

Click here to check out more details of the course

AIM in Australia

Well, what a brilliant two weeks in Australia! Fantastic feedback on our presenting at the Anzatsa Roundtable in Sydney and to our week of AIM training in Brisbane. Participants and managers loving how our training and resources, guide and support practitioners in addressing current and complex HSB practice issues. So much so, they would love to see us again…

So, looks like we will be back!

AIM Checklists

AIM Checklists help to put sexual behaviours in perspective and to identify those that need short interventions and those which require further assessment. The checklists have been recently updated and reflect concerns around use of technology.

There are four checklists
2.Children under 12 years old
3.Adolescents with learning disabilities
4.Children with learning disabilities

For more information CLICK HERE


New course dates for AIM3 Assessment, AIM Intervention, AIM Under 12 Assessment and AIM & NSPCC Technology-Assisted HSB Practice Guidance have been added. In addition we are offering a new course on ‘Understanding and Managing Problematic and Harmful Sexual Behaviours in Education Settings’

We are also offering the NEW Foundation Awareness of Technology-Assisted Harmful Sexual Behaviour course. 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.

For more information CLICK HERE

School Abuse

School abuse: ‘Rape culture’ warning as 8,000 incidents of sexual violence and sexual harassment in schools reported by female pupils to the “Everybody’s Invited” website.

The AIM Project recognise the importance of schools and colleges having clear pathways for responding to children and adolescents exhibiting sexual behaviours as referenced in statutory guidance and legislation. Designated safeguarding leads, head teachers and principals are invited to attend our extremely well evaluated one day course on Understanding and Managing Sexual Behaviours in Education Settings, which is supported by practical education resources for assessment and management. This training is based on the AIM Education Guidance (2021) which is underpinned by research and practice. For further details please CLICK HERE

The training course and guidance can be accessed for individual bookings by CLICKING HERE and is also available for group bookings by CLICKING HERE FOR ONLINE

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