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Child Sexual Exploitation - Levels 1 and 2

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Duration: 4 hours 15 minutes


Modules: 9


What is Child Sexual Exploitation?

Offender Behaviour 

The Victims of Child Sexual Exploitation 

The Warning Signs of Child Sexual Exploitation

Child Sexual Exploitation and the Role of the Internet and Social Media

Child Sexual Exploitation in Gangs and Groups

Child Sexual Exploitation - The Law and Victim Support 

Child Sexual Exploitation - Risk Assessment and Intervention 

Child Sexual Exploitation - Roles and Responsibilities


This safeguarding course has been designed to help anyone who works with children and young people safeguard them from Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), or anyone who has a statutory duty to know the law in relation to Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and to know how to record a CSE risk assessment.


This course explores what CSE is and looks at the issue from the perspective of the offenders and the victims, you will also examine some essential CSE practice principles and intervention strategies.


In this course you will learn:


The definition of CSE and how big the problem is

The types of offender and different models of abuse

Who the offenders are and typical offender behaviours

The grooming process

Who the victims are, who is vulnerable and what marks them out

Common misconceptions

Why it is difficult to disclose

The impact of CSE on the child

The indicators and warning signs of CSE

What grooming can involve and lead to

About risky behaviours and some key internet acronyms

The differences between gang and group CSE

The OCC framework to prevent and deal with CSE

Good practice guidelines and some intervention strategies

The law and ‘child prostitution’ and who the law applies to

The assessment process and some example tools



This course is aimed at all safeguarding professionals who have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people including:


Social Workers

Police Officers


Family Support Workers

Foster Carers and Health Professionals


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