In this game, professionals at schools and institutions, are presented with simulations of real-world scenarios. By choosing one of the three cases, you’re presented with dilemmas about children and young adults at risk. When identifying, assessing, and discussing the different signs in the situation, you’ll build your skills and practice in a safe environment, where professionals can learn from each other. By discussing the dilemmas with your colleagues, you’ll gain more nuance to the often complex situations and decisions regarding children and young adults at risk.
The game is played in groups, where you actively practice using the tools, while collaborating with your colleagues. This allows you to train in a setting as close to reality as possible, preparing you to use the tools in your practice when you identify a possible child or young adult at risk.
During the game, you are using the other components from the solution, just as if you were observing a child at risk in real life. This gives valuable experience in using the tools, by simulating a scenario that is very close to reality. This hands-on practice gives you all the necessary experience and prepares you to take your skills out in the real world.