Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Online Training
Course Content and Outcomes
This online course on Child Sexual Exploitation provides a thorough understanding of how to best safeguard children and young people from the risks of child sexual exploitation and abuse.
On completing this online course the learner will understand how to,
- Be alert to the possibility of sexual exploitation occurring.
- Recognise the risks, signs and indicators of child sexual exploitation.
- Understand the stages that occur when a young person is being groomed toward exploitation.
- The different circumstances giving rise to exploitation such as gangs, groups and online risks.
- The ways in which being alert to the possibility of it happening can enable children and young people to stay safe.
Responding to Child Sexual Exploitation
The learner will go through the stages of what to do should they receive a disclosure that a child or young person is being sexually exploited or how to respond should they have concerns that a person might be at risk of or experiencing exploitation. It includes details on how to approach this problem, who, in your organisation should receive the information, how the details should be recorded and who must be involved in responding to concerns and disclosures.
Good Practice and Legislation
The learner will gain an understanding of the current legislation, guidance and good practice relating to the protection of children and young people.
This online course, includes prompts and questions throughout as you journey through the lessons. At the end of the course you may be asked some additional questions. After successful completion your certificate and learner record are immediately available.
Feedback from Past Learners
What have you learned?
Learner A: Refresher course, very useful
Learner B: I have been refreshed on CSE information I was already knowledgeable on.
What will you do differently as a result of the learning?
Learner A: Encourage all staff to complete.
Learner B: I will continue to be vigilant and use my knowledge and training to the best of my ability.
How will the learning improve your practice?
Learner A: Better able to support staff in their practice.
Learner B: It has served to refresh my knowledge.