"What's the point?" Knife Crime prevention programme trainers event

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Greenwhich

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“What’s the point?” is a programme designed to engage young people around the challenges of knife crime and helps them understand the issue from a range of perspectives and consider how they can respond. The programme has been designed to be delivered both in schools and community settings.

“What’s the point?” has been developed over a period of six years and has proven to have literally saved lives. The event is funded by the Home Office and will be looking at the critical success factors which underpin the programme and identifying the key elements you will need in place to deliver. You will leave with a breakdown of the programme, resources to help you prepare and a plan detailing how you can tailor “What’s the point?” to be effective in your local setting.

Who is it for? School and community leaders, Youth Workers, Teachers, social workers, Health support workers, Youth Justice Servisces, e.t.c.

There is a maximum of two places per organisation. Places are limited so book early!



For more information about the event contact info@oxygen-online.org “What’s the point?” is a project developed by Oxygen, a Christian charity based in Kingston.

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Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

We are aware that there are some young people who are committed to changing attitudes to knife crime and would want to encourage youth involement at the event. Therefore, we welcome anyone aged fifteen and above but ask they be acompanied by an adult and have permission to attend the event from their education provider.

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

The best way to get to the event is by public transport to North Greenwich underground Station.

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