Interactive Webinar: Young Women & Girls: Child Sexual Exploitation & Gangs Training
July 15 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Increase awareness of the experiences of young people affected by child sexual exploitation (CSE)
Identify vulnerabilities, behaviour and risk indicators for young people experiencing or at risk of CSE
Essential for anyone with safeguarding responsibilities for children and young people, this introductory training has been designed for youth workers to raise awareness about the Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) of girls and young women.
Complex, often relationship driven, we will look at this emotive topic in relation to gangs and County Lines to develop the skills to identify CSE and respondappropriately
This includes what the term means, different models of child sexual exploitation, additional risks for vulnerable young women and girls, roles females can play in gangs, how to identify potential signs of grooming and the links between CSE and Child Criminal Exploitation, trafficking and Modern Slavery.
We will also consider some of the racial and gender-based stereotypes and assumptions made about lifestyle, how this relates to ‘rape culture’ and how these might impact on perceptions of things like choice, consent and criminal coercion.
Using learning from the Serious Case Reviews for Rotherham and Oxford, this training offers practical tips for engaging young women and girls in protective conversations and ways that youth work can contribute to build the skills to make healthy choices and stay safe. It will also explain the UK laws intended to safeguard children and share best practice in responding to CSE.
Be Part of the Solution
This excellent training is perfect for professionals working predominantly with children, young people and their families, parents or carers, and those involved in intervention and reviewing the safeguarding needs for a child or young people, where there are safeguarding concerns, and or potential risks of exploitation.
COMPLETING THIS TRAINING WILL HELP YOU:
- Raised awareness about the Child Sexual Exploitation of young women and children
- Links to Child Criminal Exploitation, trafficking and Modern Slavery
- Different models of grooming and risk indicators
- Consider the attractions of gang life for some young women and additional vulnerabilities
- Examine key aspects of gangs such as structure, and the impact of media.
- A working knowledge of the legislation intended to keep children and young people safe
- Identify factors that increase potential indicators of CSE
- Links to further learning and resources
- Where to go for more information, advice and support
- Increase awareness of the experiences of young people affected by child sexual exploitation (CSE)
- Identify vulnerabilities, behavior and risk indicators for young people experiencing or at risk of CSE
- Recognise opportunities for early intervention and ways of working with these young people
- Discuss safety planning tools for young people at risk or experiencing CSE
- Consider professional responses to CSE and support available
This training can be linked to your continued professional development CPD and is a great way to network with other professionals
This course has been designed in line with the following policies:
- Keeping Children Safe in Education 2020
- Sexual Offences Act 2003
- Child Abduction Act 1984
- ·Children Act 198
The session combines various teaching methods, including:
- Experiential exercises
- Small group and pair work
- Whole group discussion
Training is highly participatory and interactive. Our experience trainer support participants through interactive exercises and facilitated discussions, creating a safe space for reflection, sharing and professional development