This course will look in depth at the various signs, indicators and models surrounding Child Sexual Exploitation. The session will also enable participants to effectively recognise, respond and report this type of abuse.
By the end of the session participants will have:
- Understood the newly updated definition of child sexual exploitation (CSE)
- Awareness of the prevalence of child sexual exploitation (CSE) looking at some recent statistics
- Understood the common stereotypes and assumptions made about the victims and perpetrators of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and how to overcome them
- Understood the issues surrounding young people and their understanding of sexual consent
- Awareness of various grooming methods used by perpetrators of child sexual exploitation (CSE)
- Better awareness of how child sexual exploitation and abuse can occur online
- Looked at some key findings related to black and ethnic minority (BME) victims of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and children with learning disabilities
- Gained an understanding of the link between going missing and child sexual exploitation (CSE)
- Looked at some common indicators of child sexual exploitation (CSE) along with best practice guidance when using common indicator toolkits and local procedures
- Best practice in sharing information relating to child sexual exploitation (CSE) between agencies
Who should attend
These multi-agency training events are suitable for all practitioners.
- This course will contribute to the knowledge requirements in Competency Groups 1-9