1/2 day's training course £199 and 12 months access to 'Looking out for Lottie'
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Objectives of the training session
At this half day's training session you will thoroughly explore all aspects of this interactive simulation, looking at ways to highlight and manage issues raised. A comprehensive training pack (based on research and expert consultation) containing discussion points, guidance and references is included. 12 months free access to ‘Looking out for Lottie’ will be awarded once training is successfully completed.
Light refreshments will be available on arrival. Lunch is not provided, but there are a variety of cafes, shops and restaurants very nearby for you to visit after the session.
Background to 'Looking out for Lottie'
Developed with NHS Health Education Kent, Surrey and Sussex, ‘Lottie’ offers health and social care and education professionals the opportunity to train on key aspects of online CSE - gaining insight into the process and implications for the victim and groomer. It is an interactive and immersive simulation, for use by both professionals and young people, on how young people are groomed online for sexual exploitation. It follows the story, on social media, of a schoolgirl Lottie and how she becomes involved with Jake, a seemingly plausible young man. By following the simulation, professionals are able to gain insight into the process, and the behaviour of the groomer and the victim. Two versions are available:
a) For professionals: to learn how to spot and highlight grooming behaviour and, vitally, how to manage behaviours resulting from child sexual exploitation
b) For direct work with young people: to learn about grooming methods to look out for demonstrated in a real-life scenario, to make decisions and understand the emotions and actions of the characters.
a. The University reserves the right to cancel the Training up to 10 days before the Commencement Date. In the event of such a cancellation the University shall endeavour to contact you by email to inform you of the cancellation. The Client is responsible for checking details for any cancellation before travelling. The University is not responsible for any travel or accommodation costs incurred as a result of the cancellation.
b. The Client may cancel this Contract at any time by sending notice of its cancellation in writing to the University Key Contact (Commercial). If this notice is received less than 28 days before the Commencement Date the following cancellation charges shall apply:
Notice period Percentage of Price payable
Less than 14 days 100%
Between 15 and 21 days 50%
Between 22 and 28 days 25%
More than 28 days 0%
c. If the performance by either party of any of its obligations under this Contract (other than a payment obligation) is delayed or prevented by circumstances beyond its reasonable control, then that party shall not be in breach of this Contract because of any delay in performance. However, if the delay in performance exceeds six months the other party may cancel this Contract with immediate effect by giving notice to the affected party.
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You can find out more on the Centre for Child Protection website Lottie pages at
When & Where
University of Kent, Centre for Child Protection
The Centre for Child Protection (CCP) was launched in October 2012 and from the beginning has aimed to get to the heart of child protection training by using innovative ideas and the latest technology. It combines contemporary research with an online, multi-professional advanced MA, and cutting-edge child protection simulations. CCP is a centre of excellence and innovation in training, research and practice. It is aimed at the full range of professionals involved in child protection.