Child Sexual Exploitation - a Resilience Approach for Families training

To be completed by: Wed 31 May 2017

Time: -Wed 31 May 2017 | Venue:

This course will be of use to staff/professionals from a variety of agencies and services who work with young people and/or their families who may be at risk of child sexual exploitation.

Our team of frontline specialist child sexual exploitation family support practitioners have developed this course to share their experiences, evidence based practice techniques and resources used which have been developed over years of working with survivors of child sexual exploitation.

This participatory training uses real life experiences to enable an understanding of child sexual exploitation, its impact on families, and explains young people’s responses to CSE. It will change the way you think and consequently the way you support children and families facing CSE.

After attending the training there will be further opportunities for support and advice via invitations to Placement Support Service case consultation and peer support meetings. Further information will be provided after the course for those interested.

Please read the flyer attached for further details and dates. The next one being Thursday 29 June.

Applicants must have completed ’Safeguarding Children from Abuse by Sexual Exploitation’ e-learning or recent face to face basic training in the subject area to apply for this course.

To book your place please complete our booking form.


Published: 31/05/2017
Audience: All staff working with children and young people at risk of CSE and their families
Contact: Rachael Hammond

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