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Child Sexual Exploitation

Course Aim:

To raise awareness of child sexual exploitation including issues associated with risky and sexually exploitative relationships, relevant legislation and to increase confidence in working directly with a child or young person at risk

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the training, participants should be able to:

  • Demonstrate their understanding of ‘child sexual exploitation’ as a child protection issue.

  • Identify the indicators and risk factors that create vulnerability and can lead children and young people into sexual exploitation.

  • Reflect on the grooming process – how perpetrators target young people and the young person sees the relationship.

  • Have an understanding of relevant legislation, policy and procedures, and know what to do if concerns arise.

  • Have increased confidence in practice and demonstrate how to use a variety of practical tools in direct work with a child or young person at risk.


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