Breaking County Lines Train the Trainer North

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A Course equipping potential trainers with the knowledge and skills for delivering a Breaking County Lines course.

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Session 1: Friday 5th March 14:30-16:30

Session 2: Friday 12th March 14:30-16:30

Session 3: Friday 19th March 14:30-16:30

County lines is becoming one of the most prevalent forms of modern slavery in our country. Breaking County Lines is designed as a resource to enable communities to understand and raise awareness of the scale of the problem and spot the signs of its presence. It also looks at ways of building resilience in our communities with an emphasis on the protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

This Train the Trainer course is particularly aimed at those from statutory organisations in the North of England looking to deliver their own Breaking County Lines Training within their communities. Participants will be encouraged to adapt the material to their own context and to initiate the formation of an action group to undertake practical initiatives to help raise awareness and build community resilience.

The Breaking County Lines resource pack is written in two modules but delivered in three sessions, covering the course content including digital stories based on personal experience, group activities and supporting information, along with trainer's tips.

Please get in touch with us at if you would like to find out more about this training course.

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Organiser The Clewer Initiative

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We believe that the tools to end modern slavery already exist within the local community and that the Church has a primary responsibility in leading these efforts. The Clewer Initative enables Church of England dioceses and wider church networks to develop strategies for detecting modern slavery in their communities and help provide victim support and care. 

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