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Our FGM/C Awareness Training is focused around our long depth and history of real-life cases. This ensures that you are met with real-world experiences, reflecting the latest research and within best practice.
Our Training includes:
- What is FGM/C / Who does it / Why
- Health and Social Implications
- Our Community ~ Risks / Signs
- FGM/C in Islam / Religion
- Legal Rights & Safeguarding
- Case Study
- Quiz ~ Recap Learning
- Q&A Session
Mandatory training is provided for many organisations and professionals, however with our extensive credentials we can deliver a more detailed, culturally competent training, that can better equip you to not only recognise the signs of FGM, but also to support any victim with the utmost respect and sensitivity.
- Educational Services
- Healthcare Services
- Maternity Services
- Community Workers
- Police Forces
- Organisations & Charities
and other interested professionals.
COST: £55 per person
DURATION: 1/2 DAY
CPD POINTS: 4
Thursday 8th May – 12.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Thursday 18th July – 12.00 pm – 4.00 pm
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Our Training is held in the beautiful 37 acres STEER – Resource and Wellbeing Centre at Tondu Farmhouse, CF32 9HF
Nearest train station is Tondu and a taxi to be taken from the station to the venue (approx 6 mins drive).
We can bring this training to your organisation, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
“Great and informative course, well delivered and presented by someone with passion and extensive knowledge on the subject”
“Maya’s training is a must for everyone to help identify and protect those at risk from FGM and those suffering post FGM”
“I would recommend this presentation to anyone and everyone who works with women”
Taking to the TEDx Swansea Stage in November 2017 – Growing Hope for Warrior Women
Awareness Campaign with Al-Khair Foundation & Iqra TV for International Women’s Day 2016
Female Genital Mutilation/Circumcision is a controversial and complex topic in the name of Religion. You can read more about Mayameen’s stand on this via her Blog Post: Is Female Genital Mutilation in Islam