Feeling safe - Knowing me, knowing you

Feeling Safe Knowing Me and Knowing You is a project designed to educate individuals on the subject of (Child) Sexual Exploitation incorporating the principles and strategies of Protective Behaviours to ensure a safe learning environment, course content and delivery.

What we do

Feeling Safe: Knowing Me and Knowing You, has been developed in partnership with KairosWWT, a local charity working with women at risk or currently being sexually exploited. The resource has been produced to educate individuals on (Child) Sexual Exploitation, based on the evidence provided from the research conducted throughout the summer of 2014, focusing on women that were a victim of crime.

This service can be delivered as a whole programme consisting of ten weeks delivery or workshops can be stand-alone including train the trainer opportunities.


Train the Trainer includes a Foundation Level knowledge of Protective Behaviours and a copy of the Knowing Me, Knowing You resource. Part of this fee will be donated to KairosWWT.

Prices are tailored to meet the needs of learners and the desired outcomes of the organisation when working directly with young people, please contact us for further information.

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Please contact us if you are interested in any of the services we have to offer. Creative Optimistic Visions can tailor any work to suit the needs you require. Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding any query, we are always happy to talk with you.

213 Walsgrave Road (Ball Hill), Coventry, CV2 4HH

024 7644 5439 / 07532 364 336



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What we’ve done

Our train the trainer courses have been delivered to Staffordshire Police CSE team, Leicester CAMHS, including a range of practitioners referred through The Protective Behaviours Consortium.

“It’s clear to see that your very passionate about what you teach and in turn that has made us passionate about wanting to share it with other professionals and young people. “

“It highlights the message we try and give that its ok to tell someone if they feel they are at risk. It works really well in Primary and Secondary school and I have used it with ages 7 to 16! “