- Duration: 3 hours
Synopsis of Child Sexual Exploitation
Child Sexual exploitation is a serious, complex and well-hidden form of Sexual abuse that can be difficult to detect and even more difficult to prevent.
Many of the victims are chosen for their pre-existing vulnerabilities and many of them are unaware that they are being abused.
Childhoods can be damaged beyond repair as a result of being a victim of CSE. It is vital that professionals who work with Children and Young People are able to spot the signs of CSE, understand the causes and recognize the vulnerabilities of the young people that they may come into contact with.
This course is aimed at Managers, Team leaders or senior practitioners who manage staff or teams where contact with children and young people is very likely.
Through following the modules, learners will be given an overarching outline of the subject of CSE, the importance of training and development, consideration to the issues of children as perpetrators, and the role of managers when reacting and responding to concerns.
Module 1: CSE Overview
- CSE Overview
- Who is at risk?
- The impact of CSE
Module 2: When children are the perpetrators
- Examples of a Child on The Child CSE
- Warning Signs
Module 3: Exploitation and Disabilities
- The exploitation of children with disabilities
- Case study
Module 4: Preventative measures
Module 5: Supporting
- Supporting families
Module 6: Managers and Senior Practitioners
- The role of Managers and Senior Practitioners
- Understanding the local guidance specifically relating to CSE
“IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, THAT YOU UNDERTAKE LEVEL 1 & 2 BEFORE ATTEMPTING THIS COURSE, FOR A BETTER UNDERSTANDING”
Charity Commission (2014) Safeguarding Children and Young People, Available at:Http://www.gov.uk>:Safeguarding children and young people (Accessed August 13th, 2018)
Department for Education; Child Sexual Exploitation: Definition and a guide for practitioners, local leaders and decision-makers working to protect children from child sexual exploitation (February 2017) August 2018
Department for Education; Working Together to Safeguard Children (2010) August 2018
www.nspcc.org.uk – accessed August 2018
National Crime agency (2018) National referral mechanism statistics: end of year summary 2017 (PDF) accessed August 2018
Bentley, H et al (2018) How safe are our children? The most comprehensive overview of child protection in the UK in 2018. August 2018
www.legislation.gov.uk>contents – accessed August 2018
www.local.gov.uk/casestudy-tackling-child-sexual exploitation (December 2016) accessed August 2018
NSPCC: Miller.D and Brown. J ‘We have the right to be safe’: protecting disabled children from abuse. (October 2014) Accessed August 2018
Module 1 - CSE Overview
Module 2 - When children are the perpetrators
Module 3 - Exploitation and Disabilities
Module 4 - Preventative measures
Module 5 - Supporting
Module 6 - Managers and Senior Practitioners