Safeguarding and Prejudice

This training is a development opportunity for people who work with diverse groups of young people, and will better equip learners to manage possible biases and prejudices, and incorporate a nuanced understanding into their safeguarding practice. Find out more.

Safeguarding and Prejudice – Pilot 2019


Child Sexual Exploitation

Our Child Sexual Exploitation training brings evidence-based learning and current thinking into 3 hours of training for practitioners working with children and young people. The training covers exploitation, grooming, barriers to protection, consent and choice, and explores victim’s experiences and different manifestations of child sexual exploitation (CSE). Find out more.


Condensed CSE and Prejudice Training

This non-accredited training puts key aspects of our Child Sexual Exploitation and Safeguarding and Prejudice training into a shorter 1 1/2 hour session, with a target audience of parents and families, volunteers and adolescent youth workers. Find out more.

Breaking The Silence

The first step toward identifying, addressing and preventing sexual exploitation is helping people understand it. There are lots of myths and misconceptions that cloud our perception of this kind of abuse, so it’s really important that clear messages are available that cut through some of the confusion.

We’ve delivered our Breaking The Silence training to faith leaders across the UK. By increasing understanding and knowledge of CSE, we can increase the number of people who are aware of the warning signs of abuse and equip them to take action- protecting more children from harm.

Child sexual exploitation awareness training feedback results
Feedback responses from our BTS Training in July 2018
CSE awareness training feedback responses
Feedback responses from our BTS Training in July 2018
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Feedback responses from our BTS Training in July 2018
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Feedback responses from our BTS Training in May 2018