The course will explore the process of child sexual exploitation (CSE) and give professionals an understanding of how this works in practice, what this involves for a young person involved in this process, paying close attention to the grooming of a young person and looking at some of the effects this has on a young personals social, personal and sexual relationships.
By the end of the course participants will:
- have a clear understanding of child sexual exploitation (CSE), and up to date knowledge on legislation and good practice guidance
- be able to respond appropriately to CSE and be aware of best practice for this
- go away with activities to use in different settings to enable them to address the issues directly with young people
- have information about factors that may indicate how young people become involved in CSE
- have an understanding of the use of social networking within the context of CSE
- have addressed grooming models
- look at ways to implement learning in their place of work
- have the skills they need to be able to identify CSE, to recognise possible warning signs and indicators.
Who is this training applicable to?
This course is for anyone working with young people under 25.
Is the building accessible?
Yes the training venue is accessible via a lift.
Is lunch provided?
No lunch will not be provided, there are lots of suitable places around the venue to purchase some, or please bring some with you.
Refreshments will be made available at suitable times throughout the day.
What is the cancellation/ refund policy?
Please note you will be charged if, having been offered a place, you fail to attend or do not cancel in writing within set time periods, including if your place is free, as set out in our cancellation policy which can be found on our webstie www.brook.org.uk/shop/education-and-training-cancellation-policy
When & Where
Brook is the UK's largest young people's sexual health charity and supports nearly 250,000 young people UK-wide, each year. We passionately believe that good quality training helps to counter health inequalities and Brook courses are designed to create a stimulating learning environment which encourages reflection, challenge, sharing of best practice and personal development.