Course Detail

Child Sexual Exploitation level 1

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Course code
M-ECSE1 
Summary

The course has been designed to help anyone who works with children and young people safeguard them from Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).

 
Full Description

The course has been designed to help anyone who works with children and young people safeguard them from Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE).

In this course you will learn what CSE is and learn about CSE from the perspective of the offenders and the victims. You will also learn about key role mobile and internet technology plays in CSE and about the differences between gang and group CSE.

This is course contains different sections (see the list below).

 

To move between the sections - once you have successfully completed your assessment and closed the screen - go back to the course and click “continue” to access the next section.

 

1.     What is CSE

2.     Offender behaviour

3.     The Victims of CSE

4.     The Warning Signs of CSE

5.     CSE and the role of the Internet

6.     CSE in Gangs and Groups

 
Objectives

 

 

In this course you will:

 

•Learn the definition of CSE

•Know the types of offender

•Learn about the different models of abuse

•Know who the offenders are

•Know typical offender behaviours

•Learn about the grooming process

•Understand the offender’s motives

•Know who the victims are and who is vulnerable

•Understand the impact of CSE on the child

•Know and recognise the indicators of CSE

•Know who is at risk?

•Know what children do online?

•Know what can grooming involve and lead to?

•Know what the warning signs are

•Understand the differences between gang and group CSE

 

•Learn about the good practice guidelines for professionals

 

 
Learning Outcomes
 
Categories
Safeguarding 
Subcategories
Safeguarding - Children's 
Target Audience
All staff 
Estimated Duration
02:35:00