Delivered by Sarah Brown – NWG Trainer
Since gaining a degree in Youth Studies Sarah has worked within a a variety of settings, supporting young people and their families. Sarah has worked as a Pastoral Manager in a secondary school and a Family Resource Worker within Social Care. After volunteering as a counsellor at ChildLine for several years Sarah was employed as a supervisor. It was here that Sarah developed as a trainer, working to increase the skills, knowledge and empathy of vilunteers in areas such as bullying, abuse, neglect, self harm and suicide; all to ensure young people received the best possible support. Sarah’s work at ChildLine involved the assessment of safeguarding issues and the immediate management of life threatening situations.
This CPD accredited course has been designed and developed to provide delegates with an enhanced understanding of the issues and intricacies of Child Sexual Exploitation. The course aims to encourage delegates to consider how their learning can impact on their practice and support them to be effective in their working partnerships including with with young people and families.
This course is an ideal follow on training day from our Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation: e-Learning course
By the end of the course delegates will be able to;
- Define Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and articulate its prevalence.
- Describe the NWG Process of CSE and what happens within the stages of the process.
- Recognise the various modus operandi of perpetrators.
- Articulate what they have learnt about perpetrators of CSE.
- Discuss the vulnerabilities of all young people and the relevance to CSE in particular around the issue and challenges in assessment processes.
- Understand what consent means and its connection with CSE.
- Explain the relevance of young people who go missing and understand the risk they face.
- Appreciate the barriers that young people face when engaging with services and practitioners.
- Explain the impact of CSE and trauma on young people and their families.
- Define Human Trafficking and describe each element.
- Recognise the significance of the Victim Identification Tool (NRM) in supporting victims of trafficking.