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Basic Awareness Training Workshop: Child Sexual Exploitation, Monday 7th September 2018

7th Sep 2018

 

EARLY BIRD BOOKING - all tickets are discounted by 10% until 5pm on Friday 27th July!

 

Eventbrite - Basic Awareness Training Workshop: Child Sexual Exploitation

 


A full day workshop exploring Childhood Sexual Exploitation and recognising that childhood sexual exploitation is a form of childhood sexual abuse.

 

Topics covered will include:

 

  • What is child sexual exploitation?

  • Child exploitation in the media

  • Risk factors

  • Grooming models

  • Indicators

  • Resources

 

Refreshments and lunch are included in the ticket price.

 

Feedback about our training:

 

“Practical exercises gave me a whole new insight into some of the barriers in speaking out”

 

“Loved the experiential exercises – gave another dimension to the training”

 

“I now feel I have a much fuller understanding of how difficult disclosure can be and why”


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