'Advising with Conviction' Workshop
- multiple dates
‘Advising with Conviction’ is a full-day workshop designed to provide front-line practitioners and advisors with a well-rounded knowledge of how tosupport individuals with their criminal records and disclosing them to others.
To be more confident in providing accurate and effective advice and support to people with convictions on if, what, when and how to disclose
Who’s it for?
Supporting practitioners who are either advising or supporting people with convictions into employment, volunteering and education.
What does it cover?
It provides an overview of the following areas (these can be tailored when delivered in-house)
- About Unlock / Why is this important?
- Types of criminal record checks and what they disclose
- Understanding criminal records
- How clients can find out about their criminal record
- Establishing what’s ‘spent’ under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974
- Establishing what’s ‘filtered’ from standard and enhanced DBS checks
- Legally, need to disclose?
- To disclose or not to disclose?
- When & how to disclose? [in brief]
- The role of self-disclosure statements [in brief]
The session will start promptly at 9.30am, and will finish at 4.30pm.
Tea & coffee will be available during the breaks. Please note that lunch will not be provided but there are plenty of local cafes in the area.
More information regarding our training services are available on our website here.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01622 230705.
Bookings are subject to our training terms.
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When & Where
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24-32 Stephenson Way
NW1 2HX London
Unlock - for people with convictions
Unlock is an independent, award-winning charity for people with convictions which exists for two simple reasons. Firstly, we assist people to move on positively with their lives by empowering them with information, advice and support to overcome the stigma of their previous convictions. Secondly, we seek to promote a fairer and more inclusive society by challenging discriminatory practices and promoting socially just alternatives.
Our support for people with convictions includes a confidential peer helpline, an information hub, a disclosure calculator, an online forum and a web-based magazine.
We provide support to practitioners through training workshops, and work with employers, education providers, insurers and other organisations to improve their policies, processes and practices to help them to be able to safely and effectively deal with people who have convictions.
For more information, visit www.unlock.org.uk.