Audience: Adults with a safeguarding responsibility
Duration: 3 hours Accreditation: Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Previous knowledge: None
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).
This training is for anyone with a safeguarding responsibility including those working directly with children and young people in teaching, extracurricular or pastoral settings, and individuals within leadership or supervisory roles. Our inclusive, interfaith approach draws on our shared concerns to address child sexual exploitation and strengthen community resilience.
We work to ensure our material is mindful of different faith and cultural contexts, and tackle challenges to cohesion by dispelling misunderstanding and misinformation about the roles religion, ethnicity and culture have in determining both perpetrators and victims of CSE.
You can arrange for this training to be delivered within your workplace or faith organisation. Costs will vary depending on our current funding and number of learners. All learners will receive a CPD accredited certificate.
To book a place on upcoming training dates or to organise training in your own setting contact email@example.com.