Spotting the Signs of Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE)
This training is aimed at professionals who work within sexual health settings and/or are involved in giving sexual health information and advice particularly to those aged under 18 years. For example, these are genitourinary medicine (GUM), contraceptive services, chlamydia screening, condom distribution schemes, termination, sexual assault, outreach health promotion services, school nurses, health visitors, or those working in general practice and community pharmacy setting and providing sexual health services.
This training will also give participants an introduction to CEOP (child exploitation online protection) which helps to keep young people safe from sexual abuse and online grooming.
Please note this is an all day course, lunch will not be provided
- Equip front line staff working in sexual health services with a basic awareness of child sexual exploitation (CSE), its signs and indicators
- Give up to date information on current legislation and policies around
- Develop skills in using the BASHH and Brook ‘Spotting the Signs’ screening tool in a sexual health one to one consultation e.g. during sexual history taking and/or one to one consultations
- Explore how young people use the internet and social media
- Explore online sexual abuse and incidents of youth produced sexual imagery
- Introduction to CEOP and reporting incidences
- Explore how young people are using the internet and social media
- Explore online sexual abuse and incidences of youth produced sexual imagery