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Child Sexual Exploitation and Child Exploitation – New Challenges for Safeguarding (Module 1)

Course Title:
Child Sexual Exploitation and Child Exploitation – New Challenges for Safeguarding (Module 1)
Course Code:
CSE and CE (Module 1)

For many years, child protection in the UK has been based around safeguarding children from harm within their families and homes or, less commonly, from adults in a position of trust. Recent years have made professionals more aware of new hazards to children that are mainly from outside these settings. Child Sexual Exploitation is increasingly being recognised as a common risk, and is often links to other forms of exploitation such as County Lines, Knife Crime, Trafficking, and Gangs.

A recent report by the Children’s Commissioner for England highlighted that the temporary closure during Covid-19 of resources such as schools, youth centres, children’s centres and clinics removed a vital safety net for vulnerable children. This is likely to have increased the number of children being drawn into sexual and other exploitation.

  Scheduled Dates For Course:
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Course Duration:
Half Day
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 This half day webinar will provide you with some essential information about sexual and other forms of child exploitation.

By the end of the session you will have:

1.             Identified some of the risk indicators and vulnerability factors for child sexual exploitation and child exploitation

2.             Developed your understanding of the range of ways in which exploitation can be perpetrated, and

3.             Looked at some of the inhibitors to children disclosing information about harmful situations they have been put in.

The webinar will be highly interactive, and informed by up to date law, guidance, theory, research, and case material.

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