Child Sexual Exploitation level 2 - eLearning
The course has been designed to help people who have a statutory duty to safeguard children to know the law in relation to Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) and to know how to record a CSE risk assessment. You will also learn some essential CSE practice principles and intervention strategies.
The course is aimed at all safeguarding professionals who have a duty to safeguard and promote the welfare of children and young people (this includes, social workers, police officers, teachers, family support workers, foster carers and health professionals to name a few).
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. The Law and Victim Support
2. Risk Assessment and Intervention
3. Roles and Responsibilities
See Learning outcomes below
In this course you will learn:
• Who the law applies to
• The law and ‘child prostitution’
• Relevant clauses in UK legislation to CSE
• Victims and the justice system
• The key points to remember prior to and during a CSE risk assessment
• The assessment process and some example tools
• The thresholds and appropriate interventions
• Good practice principles
• Some intervention strategies
• The professional roles that have responsibilities in relation to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people in the context of CSE