CSE (Child Sexual Exploitation)
Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is an increasingly high profile issue that affects children and young people of all background and from all communities, right across the UK. Children are most vulnerable to sexual exploitation between the ages of 13 and 15, but younger victims are being targeted all the time.
PLEASE NOTE ALTHOUGH THIS MULTI-AGENCY TRAINING MAKES USE OF THE BARNARDOS MATERIALS WHICH ARE ALSO USED IN FIFE SINGLE AGENCY TRAINING ON CSE WITHIN NHS, POLICE, SOCIAL WORK AND EDUCATION IT IS A FULL DAY AND OFFERS MULTI-AGENCY PERSPECTIVES.
Identifying and Responding to Child Sexual Exploitation
The aim of this course is to raise awareness of how children and young people become involved in Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), the impact of their involvements and how practitioners can respond to protect and support children and young people affected by sexual exploitation.
Participants will be able to:
- Explain the key terminology and definitions in relation to CSE
- Identify and describe the key vulnerability factors, risk indicators and spectrum of experiences in relation to CSE
- Begin developing strategies to increase confidence in direct work with children and young people regarding CSE
- Recognise the importance of information sharing and multi-agency partnership in responding to children and young people
All frontline staff and managers in the public, private and voluntary sectors including health, social work, education, police, housing, community services and the voluntary sector.
Venue - School of Nursing and Health Sciences, Forth Avenue, Kirkcaldy
Time - 9.30 am to 4.15 pm
Wednesday 23rd October 2019
Tuesday 25th February 2020
All Fife Council employees should book via the Corporate Learning Management System. The link can be found at the bottom of the FISH home page.
Other partner organisations can book by following the link to our online booking form. Your place will be confirmed by e-mail.
If you require further help with booking please contact the CPC Support Team at email@example.com or 01592 583251.
You may find the following websites helpful
SCR’s on Child Sexual Exploitation: