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Child Sexual Exploitation – Dangers and Deliberations

Brief summary:

This one day workshop will enable participants to gain in-depth knowledge and awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE), the Models, the vulnerabilities of children and young people, current issues and changes, new legislation, Safeguarding and the significance of social media. Participants will have the opportunity to explore and reflect on skills of early intervention and identify best practice.

This workshop does not include an assessment. On completion, participants will be provided with a certificate of attendance which will include the CPD hours achieved.

Who should attend?

Anyone who works with children and young people or who wants a better understanding of CSE.

About the trainer:

Karen Livesey worked for Lancashire County Council’s “Young People’s Service” as an Advanced Practitioner for 26 years. She is a qualified Teacher, C.A.T (Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness Training) Trainer and Youth Worker with extensive experience of working with children, young people and adults with knowledge and understanding of the significance of Child Sexual Exploitation, Safeguarding, and vulnerability.  Karen completed further study in CSE and Training with Lancashire County Council, “Safe and Sound” CSE specialists and PACE (Parents against child exploitation).

How to book:

Advanced booking is required. Please contact the UCLan CPD team on 01772 893408 or socialworkcpd@uclan.ac.uk for a booking form and payment instructions.

Drink refreshments and free onsite parking is available.

Discount may be available if you are a carer, service user or unemployed. Enquire for eligibility.

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