YOUTH SAFETY DAY
Att10tive worked with a range of partners to put on a Youth Safety day at Putteridge High School, for more than 800 young people over two days. Our partners who supported this included Luton Borough Council, Bedfordshire Police, Succeed Mentoring, Link to Change and Youturn Futures.
TRAINING YOUTH AMBASSADORS
Att10tive trains young people to become youth ambassadors in their communities. The skills learned include, being a role model,. management and leadership. event planning, managing risks and the benefits of networking. These pictures are of Youth Ambassadors being trained at Samuel Whitbread Academy.
B THE CHANGE
The aim of this workshop is to address the issue on bullying. The focus is mainly for young people to learn how they can undertake positive social action and at the same time address bullying behaviours. This workshop includes What is the definition of bullying
- How students can play a role in prevention
- What role can teachers and youth workers play
- Where can we obtain other help support and advice from
This workshop is aimed at year 10 In secondary school students or students studying at colleges (aged 16 to 19). The aim of this workshop is for students to have a real insight about the world of work and how it differs from their current environment.
One of the main outcomes of this workshop is to provide participants with a clear understanding of the public, private and third sectors, the cross synergies and transferable goals between them for example. All sectors have people who work in customer service who require good communications skills, good time management and all sectors have administrators and managers. The workshop explores the types of skills knowledge and experiences required to make your working career a success.
FUTURE BEGINS TODAY
This training programme is split into six 90 minute segments. Each segment will include short presentations, flip chart exercises, questions and answer sheets, worksheets and video questions.
The goal is to enable participants to understand the requirements from the world of work. This includes the most important transferable skills, what they are, how to acquire them and how to showcase these skills. The workshop includes advanced CV writing and interview techniques.
This training workshop is aimed at Police Officers. The workshop introduces the concept of procedural justice in the interactions of members of our communities. The method is for officers to act with the acronym FIRST, Fair, Impartial respectul sympathetic and to build trust in all actions. Officers are invited to use their powers with impartiality, use force to the degree necessary and proportionately.
REFLECT & RETHINK
The Rethink workshop invites participants to reflect on their beliefs, behaviours and attitudes with the aim of encouraging empathy and compassion to people who are different to themselves.
Participants learn that their beliefs inform their attitudes, which in turn impacts on their behaviours. This can lead to hate crimes, bullying and discrimination. The change begins with each individual influencing the powers that be.
UNDERSTANDING STOP & SEARCH
This workshop has been running since 2016 and is still delivered today. Participants learn about the use of stop and search as a policing tactic and the impact of how this affects the community.
Participants learn about their rights and responsibilities how they should act. They learn about the history of top and search, the current policies and legislation and how they as individuals can hold the police to account.
STOP & THINK
This workshop is aimed a breaking down the root causes of lifestyles that can lead to knife crime. The workshop is split into two different cohorts. The first cohort is young people between 8 and 14 and the second target group is 15 to early 20’s.
Providing workshops to hundreds of young people from across the county has been hugely beneficial not only for the targeted group of young people who may be involved but also for the wider group of society who may not have been involved directly themselves.