Basis Training produces educational DVDs with accompanying resource packs produced by trainers and young people experts.
Our resources are based on input from young people and real life stories and experiences. Relevant activities and questions can be done at your own pace, guided by the information in the resource packs. Our resources can also be used as a training tool for professionals.
Breaking Through – Moving on from CSE
Developed in partnership with Basis Yorksire and York University and co-produced with young people, this animation provides unique insights into CSE as told by young people who have experienced this themselves. The animation talks about the experience of young people being exploited, how they have moved on and their words of advice for young people and professionals.
Our new resource “Is it Normal” is out!
A unique tool to initiate conversations with young people with pornography, sex and relationships in safe and supportive environment – based on verbatim conversations with young people. Order now with the order form on the right!
The film is a frank and hard-hitting drama depicting the current picture of child sexual exploitation across the UK. Based on a real-life story, it explores the experiences of child sexual exploitation (CSE) including peer on peer grooming, party lifestyle grooming, drinks and drugs, consent, coercion, gifts, self-esteem and child sexual exploitation.
Basis Training has also supported The Blast Project to develop a gender neutral, age appropriate resource Alright Charlie for raising awareness of child sexual exploitation (CSE) in primary schools which can be downloaded free of charge.
Use the form below to order your copy of the Sick Party and/or Is it Normal DVD and learning resource packs.
The total cost of Sick Party is £60 and Is it Normal is £30 (includes postage and packing). Please provide relevant information(including relevant purchase order numbers) to avoid delay. Orders are dispatched within 10 working days (second class). Should you require it sooner please call the office on 0113 – 243 0036.