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Child Sexual Exploitation

Aim: To provide practitioners across all agencies with best practice principles for working with children and young people who have been, or are at risk of being, sexually exploited.

Target audience: • Staff who work regularly with children and young people and adults who are parents and/or carers and who may be asked to contribute to assessment of children in need. Staff whose specialised roles bring them into contact with children and young people at risk of sexual exploitation.

Learning Outcomes – participants will be familiar with:

  • What is CSE and the difference between abuse and exploitation
  • The signs, indicators and the various forms of CSE
  • Wirral referral pathway including CSE forms (screening, CSE1, CSE2)
  • Role of MACSE meetings
  • How to respond to a disclosure/speaking with children
  • The grooming process
  • Managing risk
  • The effects of CSE on children
  • Local case studies and outcomes
  • Recognising their duty to report and the child protection process including multi-agency responsibilities
  • Awareness of up to date legislation associated with CSE and the LSCB protocol
  • Identifying what services are available for victims and families in order to co-ordinate an appropriate package of support

Duration: full day       Date: 10th January 2018       Start Time: 09:30       End Time: 04:30

Allocation: 25       Remaining allocation: 7

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Location

Address: Birkenhead Town Hall, Birkenhead, United Kingdom

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Birkenhead Town Hall, Birkenhead, United Kingdom