Child Sexual Exploitation and E-safety Workshop
Every year thousands of children are sexually exploited. This one-day course gives anyone who works with children, young people and families the opportunity to know their statutory responsibilities in dealing with exploited children.
Throughout the Child Sexual Exploitation and E-Safety Workshop course you’ll explore the reporting mechanisms and assessments needed to investigate the issues surrounding child protection as part of your safeguarding children policy.
This course is part of Innovate and Inspire’s Suite of Safeguarding Courses. The day’s training will be delivered by leading members of the Innovate and Inspire training team.
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Recent coverage and investigation into the crimes of high profile media personalities have very much highlighted the problem of child sexual exploitation and abuse in the UK. Thousands of children are the victims of rape every year, with many being bribed, beaten, trafficked or abducted before being forced to have sex.
On top of this, the rise in prevalence of the internet and connected devices means appropriate e-safety is vitally important in preventing child exploitation online.
As part of the Child Sexual Exploitation and E-Safety Workshop you’ll gain the skills to look for and read any warning signs, and deal confidently with victims of child sexual exploitation.
Our training provides professionals with underpinning knowledge, implementing best practice, and ensuring the victim is safeguarded against further risk of significant harm.
The Child Sexual Exploitation and E-Safety Workshop is aimed at professionals who work with children and young people including: social workers, heath visitors, midwives, family support workers, children’s centre staff, outreach workers, housing staff and housing association staff, police officers, YOT, HMPYOI staff, general practitioners and practice staff, health staff in young offender institutions, substance misuse workers, police community support workers, agents of landlords, mental health workers, fostering and adoption agencies, nursing staff in hospital settings, immigration staff and border control staff, hoteliers and community and faith leaders.
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By the end of this child safeguarding course you will be able to:
- Understand the statistics and latest research in relation to child sexual exploitation
- Identify the high risk groups.
- Have an awareness of the PUSH and PULL factors
- Identify the grooming process
- Identify the risk indicators and vulnerability factors of a child or young person who has been exploited
- Know how to use the current legislation and guidance within the Sexual Offences Act 2003
- Have an awareness of the issues to consider when working with sexually exploited children
- Know when and who to report the abuse to
- Gain an understanding and introduction to CEOP and how to report online abuse
- Be able to identify key e-safety practices
- Know how to report abusive behaviour online
- Be aware of further online e-safety support
- Understand consent and confidentiality, how, when and why to share information
- Understand reflective practice and lesson’s learned to improve knowledge and professional practice.