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Night Time Economy Solutions to provide Vulnerability and Women’s Safety Training

Night Time Economy Solutions, a night time economy management initiative, will provide an online vulnerability training on 24 April, between 16:00 and 18:00, for anyone working in the night time economy to learn how to support vulnerable customers.

The focus of these sessions will be on the different types of vulnerability that will be found at night – including vulnerability related to women’s safety, violence, drugs, alcohol, drink spiking, domestic violence, sexual assault, and harassment and first dates.

The training will equip attendees with the tools to identify and support customers who may become vulnerable, either in venues or on the streets.

About the training, Night Time Economy Solutions said: “This is a step further than standard safeguarding training, as it teaches attendees how to deal with specific issues that they may encounter as part of their shift, and is built around real case studies and best practice.

“The training also empowers staff to recognise hotspots within their venues, enabling their customers to enjoy a safer night out.

“The training is focused on group activities encouraging participants to think about the venues they work in and the situations they have experienced.”

Attendance is free of charge. You can go here to book your place.

About Night Time Economy Solutions:

Night Time Economy Solutions, a global leader in night time economy management, won a Music Cities Award for the Best Night Time Economy Initiative in 2022. In the UK, they are members of the Institute of Licensing (IOL), Institute of Place Management (IPM), Association of Town Centre Managers (ATCM), Association for Electronic Music Venues (AFEM), and National Association for Licensing Enforcement Officers (NALEO).

They’ve supported over 6,000 businesses in 40 towns and cities to adhere to ever-changing legislation and guidelines through training, support webinars, policies, accreditation, risk assessment and staff training.

They specialise in working with towns and cities to manage their high streets and night time economies and have written over 20 Night Time Strategies in the last year.

(Source: Night Time Economy Solutions)


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