Training & Events


Our network of specialist trainers, practitioners and facilitators are experienced in delivering a range of talks, seminars, away days and workshops, which can be tailored to your context.

Our training is for anyone who interacts with young people or makes decisions effecting young people, whether you are a parent or carer, church or faith group, school or college or statutory or voluntary organisation.

Unsure where to start? Click on the below links for recommended courses based on your needs and experience.

Workshops Calendar

DateTimeTopicFacilitatorsLocationBooking & DetailsNotes
4 May 20206:30pm-9:00pmUnderstanding the exploitation of children (county lines)Dr Grace Robinson, Dr Grace Robinson is a Research Assistant within the Centre for Criminal Justice Studies at the University of Leeds and Managing Director of criminal justice consultancy, Black Box Research and Consultancy Ltd. All Saint's Church
7 Blenheim Grove
London Borough of Southwark
SE15 4QS
Booking InformationThis intermediate level workshop builds on existing knowledge of county lines.
12 May 20206:30pm-9:00pmThe impact of youth violence on women and girls (VAWG) Laura Price, Young Women's Associate for Abianda, a social enterprise that works with young women affected by gangs.All Saint's Church
7 Blenheim Grove
London Borough of Southwark
SE15 4QS
Booking InformationThis foundation level workshop is aimed at anyone wanting to gain a better understanding of the impact of youth violence on women and girls.
9 June 20206:30pm-9:00pmYouth groups and youth violenceCraig Pinkney, Criminologist, Urban Youth Specialist, Visiting Lecturer, Founder and Director at Solve: The Centre for Youth Violence and Conflict. Craig Pinkney is one of the UK’s leading thinkers/doers in Responding to Gangs & Serious Youth Violence.All Saint's Church
7 Blenheim Grove
London Borough of Southwark
SE15 4QS
Booking InformationThis further development level workshop is for practitioners already engaging with young people.
17 June, 2020 - 2 July, 2020VariousPOWER THE FIGHT: COVID19, ISOLATION AND YOUNG PEOPLE CONFERENCEWednesday 17th June:
Session 1 - Legal Ramifications of Covid19 for Young People - Augusta Itua, Just For Kids Law - 1.30PM

Thursday 25th June:
Session 2 - How To Engage With Young People Virtually - Laura Price, Abianda - 2pm

Session 3 - Gender, Young People & Covid19 - Ebinehita Iyere (Milk & Honey), Talia Kensit (Youth Realities), Laura Price (Abianda) - 3:15PM

Session 4 - Partnership Working During Covid19 - Ben Lindsay (Power The Fight), Andrez Harriott (The Liminality Group), Derek Bardowell (Author of No Win Race) and Lib Peck (Director of the London Violence Reduction Unit) - 4:30PM

Thursday 2nd July:
Session 5 - Keeping Young People Safe In Isolation - Craig Pinkney (SOLVE) - 1pm

Session 6 - Parenting In Isolation - John Reece (Rapid Response Psychotherapist) - 2.15pm

Session 7 - Online Safety For Young People - Ray Douglas, Minus Violence - 3:30PM

Session 8 - Wellbeing & Mental Health In Isolation - Whitney Iles - 4.45pm
OnlineBooking InformationThis conference is suitable for all levels of interest


Power the Fight presents a FREE Covid-19, Isolation and Young People Conference – Wednesday 17th, 25th June and Thursday 2nd July 2020.

About this Event

In the light of COVID-19, the way we approach working with children and young people has changed forever. Power The Fight presents a FREE conference to help equip anyone engaging with young people in this difficult period. Spread over three days this conference aims to equip, up-skill and support anyone engaging with young people. Whether you are a parent or practitioner – there is a session that you will find helpful.

Power The Fight has assembled some of the best practitioners from around the country to share their expertise and experience.

Bespoke Programmes

We offer tailored packages to suit the needs of your organisation. This includes INSET days, away days, primary and secondary school programmes, workshops, conferences and consultancy. Contact