CSE Full Day Learning Workshop

This course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to enable them to contribute to safeguarding children at risk or suffering sexual exploitation.

Participants must have completed the CSE Awareness Training eLearning (or equivalent) before being accepted on this course.

Who is this training for?

This course is intended for practitioners and managers who work directly with children who have experienced Child Sexual Exploitation or are identified as at risk of exploitation.  As a practitioner your work will typically involve you in Team around the Family meetings, CiN meetings, Core Groups etc.  This includes IROs.

How long is the training?

This is a full day training event which will start promptly at 10:00, with refreshments available from 09:30 and finish at 16:30.

Expected outcomes

By the end of the course participants will have:

  • Improved awareness of the legislation, research and policy context

  • Improved recognition of CSE and vulnerabilities to becoming a victim

  • Knowledge of and confidence in undertaking risk assessments

  • Understanding of what CSE looks like in Cumbria

  • Improved understanding of models of offending, including grooming techniques of victims and others

  • Knowledge of effective interventions with children and young people

  • Understanding of how to engage with victims, parents and carers

  • Knowledge of and confidence in applying procedures, including what to do if you believe/know a child is a victim of CSE

  • Improved understanding of the roles of different agencies in managing referrals, risk and protection including SARC, Central Hub and district community Police, 3rd sector, Sexual Health and Children's Services are understood

Venue and dates

Future dates TBC

To book your place on this course please

The course booking process for all Cumbria County Council staff members has changed to self-service, resulting in staff booking their own courses through MyHR. Full guidance is available through links on InTouch and access to user guides are also available. As a result of these changes the booking process has become fully automated and confirmation and venue information (previously joining instructions) will be communicated through emails to both individuals and managers. Where a user does not have access to MyHR, then it will be the responsibility of their line manager to book them on the course.

Booking process for non-Cumbria County Council staff members including schools, please complete a BOOKING FORMthis external link will open in a new window and return to: ldadminteam@cumbria.gov.uk

For any queries about the course, please telephone 01228 226898

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