Get Ready for Statutory Relationships and Sex Education (free CSE training)

Health and Wellbeing, and Public Health are pleased to offer a free, full day course on child sexual exploitation

Health and Wellbeing, and Public Health are pleased to offer a free, full day course on child sexual exploitation.

Get Ready for Statutory Relationships and Sex Education

Health and Wellbeing, and Public Health are pleased to offer a free, full day course on child sexual exploitation.

Thursday 28 June 2018, 9.30-3.30

 Margaret McMillan Tower, Prince’s Way, Bradford BD1 1NN

Who is This Course For?

This course is suitable for all staff who are interested in delivering PSHE and relationships education across all phases of formal or informal educational; social care;  youth work settings and all staff who have a responsibility for safeguarding children and young people.

Objectives

  • Define child sexual exploitation
  • Explore child sexual exploitation and how this affects boys and girls
  • Recognise the signs of grooming for boys and girls
  • Identify and access resources and interventions
  • Understand what to do if you are concerned about a young person

Outline

This course aims to define Child Sexual Exploitation and explore the different models of abuse used by sexual predators.  The course includes up to date research, policies, practices and topical case studies.

This course also aims to support you to place Child Sexual Exploitation within the wider framework of Relationships and Sex Education.   The Children and Social Work Bill (2017 states that relationships and sexual health will become compulsory at primary and secondary education from September 2019.  This course will ensure that you are ready to teach this central plank of the new curriculum.

 Outcomes

At the end of this course, it is anticipated that you will be able to integrate CSE into existing or new schemes of work in respect of Relationships and Sex Education, as well as effectively recognise and respond to concerns and disclosures of CSE within your organisation.

Please note tea and coffee will be provided but not lunch

Places will be allocated on a first come first serve basis (20 places available)

To book a place please contact Julia Pomeroy, julia.pomeroy@bradford.gov.uk


Opportunity

Published: 08/06/2018
Audience: All school staff, PSHE leads
Contact: Julia Pomeroy

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