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.
You can select individual workshops or build your own package from the workshops below. Alternatively if there is a topic not covered below that you want us to deliver please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Date||Time||Topic||Facilitators||Location||Booking & Details||Notes|
|20 Sept 2021||7:00PM-9:00PM||POWER THE FIGHT:|
Autumn Training Series: County Lines and the Exploitation of Young People
|Dr Grace Robinson, Dr Grace Robinson is a Drug Expert Witness specialising in County Lines drug supply, Criminal Exploitation, Forced Labour, Debt Bondage and Human Trafficking. Dr Robinson is Executive Director of Black Box Research and Consultancy Ltd and Rights Lab Research Associate in Modern Slavery Perpetrators and Organised Crime at University of Nottingham as well as being Director of the Lewis Dunne Foundation, Merseyside.||Online Session||Booking Information||This is a foundation level workshop.|
|11 Oct 2021||7:00PM-9:00PM||POWER THE FIGHT : Trauma & Personality Development with Whitney Iles|| Whitney Iles, Whitney is the founder and CEO of Project 507 Limited, a social enterprise that was established to change systemic conditions that generate violence by developing innovative solutions to create positive peace.|
She has over 15 years experience as a frontline practitioner in the youth violence sector and works from a trauma-informed perspective, with training from the Tavistock and Portman Clinic. She is a senior associate member of the Association for Psychodynamic Practice and Counselling in Organisational Settings and a British Psychoanalytical Counsel Trainee. Whitney is also a student at the School of Oriental and African Studies, studying for a MSc in Political Economy of Violence, Conflict and Development.
|Online Session||Booking Information||This is a foundation level workshop.|
|2 Nov 2021||7:00PM-9:00PM||POWER THE FIGHT: Violence Against Women & Girls with Laura Price||Laura Price, Young Women’s Associate for Abianda, a social enterprise that works with young women affected by gangs. Laura has spent years advocating for those who struggle to have their voices heard, whether that be young people or others who are the minority in our society. Laura was previously a Young People’s Advocate for Safer London supporting and advocating for young women at risk of sexual exploitation.||Online Session||Booking Information||This is a foundation level workshop.|
|22 Nov 2021||7:00PM-9:00PM||POWER THE FIGHT: Violence Against POWER THE FIGHT: Autumn Training Series: Gang Exit Strategies Workshop with Craig Pinkney||Craig 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.||Online Session||Booking Information||This is a further development level workshop.|
|14 Dec 2021||7:00PM-9:00PM||POWER THE FIGHT: Young People and the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill with Temi Mwale||Temi Mwale is the Founding Director of The 4Front Project, a youth-led social enterprise on a mission to empower young people and communities to live free from violence. The 4Front Project addresses violence by creating bespoke, youth-led interventions that are delivered in community, educational and criminal justice settings.|
Temi is an LSE Law Graduate, who has been acknowledged for her campaigning and frontline work with young people. She is committed to global peace-building and empowering a generation to challenge and disrupt the systems that generate violence locally, nationally and internationally.
|Online Session||Booking Information||This is a further development level workshop.|
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.
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 email@example.com.