Child Sexual Exploitation Training Course - Certificate - Level 2 - 7 Topics - 86 Minutes

Child Sexual Exploitation Training

LEVEL: 2

certified by: CPD 
topics: 7
assessment: 1
pass mark: 75%
duration: 86 minutes
downloadable templates
downloadable personalised certificate
professional voiceover 

CPD-certified

Child Sexual Exploitation Training

LAW & LEGISLATION

This course covers key points from:

  • Working together to safeguard children (2015) in England
  • Safeguarding children: working together under the Children Act 2004 in Wales
  • National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland (2014)
  • Co-operating to safeguarding children (2003) in Northern Ireland
  • Keeping Safe in Education (2016)
  • Child sexual exploitation: definition and guide for practitioners (2017)

 

CONTENTS:

This CPD-certified, level-2 e-learning course is suitable for anyone who comes into contact with children and young people in their work or voluntary activity, and provides learners with a thorough understanding of the forms of child sexual exploitation, grooming models, risk factors associated with CSE, the impact of CSE, the signs of CSE, how to repsond to disclosures and what action to take.

The course includes optional voiceover recorded by a professional actor and includes downloadable resources, culminates with an assessment and provides certification upon completion to evidence the learning provided. It is specifically designed to give learners a better understanding of the nature of CSE, what signs to look out for and what actions to take.

Topic 1

what is CSE?

 

What abuse CSE covers, what makes CSE different from other forms of abuse, who perpetrates CSE, the prevalence of CSE, and grooming.

what is CSE?
Topic 2

how does it happen?

 

The boyfriend or girlfriend model of grooming, the party model of grooming, the peer model of grooming, the gang model of grooming, the online model of grooming, and the grooming process.

how does it happen?
Topic 3

risk factors

 

How age and gender impacts on the risk of CSE, and other risk factors including revictimisation, unstable home environment, bereavement, lack of support, disengagement from education, lack of sexual education, poverty, running away from home, connections with other young people who are being exploited, disability, and being in care.

risk factors
Topic 4

the impact of CSE

 

How CSE can affect young people, including immediate effects and impact later in life, how CSE can impact physical, mental and sexual health.

 

the impact of CSE
Topic 5

the signs of CSE

 

What to look out for as potential indicators of CSE, physical signs and behavioural signs, including scenario activities.

the signs of CSE
Topic 6

disclosures

 

How young people may disclose incidents of abuse, both directly and indirectly, how you should respond to disclosures, what encourages and discourages young people to disclose, including scenario activities.

disclosures
Topic 7

taking action

 

What action you should take if a child discloses CSE or if you suspect CSE, reporting CSE, making referrals, deciding whether or not to involve parents, what information you should report.

taking action

EXTRA RESOURCES:

  • template safeguarding record form

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