Duration: 1 hour
What is sexual abuse?
Child sex abusers can be anyone. They are not always adults - children and young people can also behave in a sexually abusive way. Often the abuser is a family member or someone known to the child, such as a family friend or babysitter.
In this course you will:
Learn why is it important to talk about and address child sexual abuse
Learn the definition of sexual abuse
Know who sexually abuses and exploits children
Know the signs and symptoms of sexual abuse
Recognise the points to consider where sexual abuse is suspected