Training and development
As Innovate for Growth develops, we will provide training that we refer to as social education.
Our innovative educational programmes will offer training and development that will have a direct impact on the social welfare of people cross-generationally.
Our programmes will cover a variety of topics designed to allow professionals and people who want to understand the complex world some of our most marginalised members of society live in and how they can be supported. The sole intention of our training is to equip every participant with the tools they need to help guide the people within society that they support.
Social Education Programmes
- Understanding human trafficking and how to support victims
- Cultural Capital as a foundation for success
- Building financial resilience within young people
- Is it Corporate Social Responsibility or Community Social Revival? rethinking CSR
- Building community champions
- Building community care and mental health support helpers
A study from 2018 revealed that England and Northern Ireland have one of the lowest levels of financial literacy compared to other developed countries.
- 33% of adults are unable to work out the correct change from a shopping trip
- 40% of adults cannot correctly apply a simple discount to an everyday household product they may purchase
Safeguarding Children 2020 is a new training package for all who work with children and young people. This can be used for personal training or to delivery to all staff in your organisation free of charge. This complies with KCSiE 2020
There are two other free resources included with the training;
- A professional’s workbook, and
- The online assessment link.
- If you would like these additional resources, please request via email at; firstname.lastname@example.org
- If you would like any of the training delivered by our team, just email us.
Forced marriage is defined by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office as a situation ‘where one or both people do not (or in cases of people with learning disabilities, cannot) consent to the marriage and pressure or abuse is used.
This resources will give you an insight in to forced marriages and the support networks you can refer people who have been a victim of this crime.
Emotional intelligence is defined as the ability to understand and manage your own emotions, as well as recognize and influence the emotions of those around you. The term was first coined in 1990 by researchers John Mayer and Peter Salovey, but was later popularised by psychologist Daniel Goleman.
If you would like this delivered as a Shaping Leadership Development Programme
This is a very relevant and necessary awareness programme every front line service staff should undertake. This particular module is designed for police officers but it can be adapted to suit any service.
Phil Said; “This is the best awareness programme I have been exposed to in my entire thirty years in the Metropolitan Police Service. I am looking forward to using this in my everyday interactions”.
Phil Clare; former Inspector in the Metropolitan Police Service now a special Inspector.