There are places available on 3 great new courses being held in Exeter in March. These training courses cover CSE, young people displaying sexually harmful behaviours and young people & risk in abusive relationships. All are now open for booking. For more details see the training calendar. Or you can download the booking form here Course Spring 2016
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) 17th March 2016. £90 including lunch and resources
A one day course on defining CSE and how it differs from child sexual abuse. The course will look at the indicators of CSE, the dynamics of grooming and how you can respond to young people at risk of CSE.
Young People Displaying Sexually Harmful Behaviours 18th March 2016. £90 including lunch and resources
A one day course on understanding and defining harmful sexual behaviour in young people over 12 years old. The course will look at some of the pathways to harmful sexual behaviour, how it sits in a child protection framework and will outline some basic interventions that practitioners can utilise.
Young People and Risk in Abusive Relationships 23rd March 2016. £90 including lunch and resources
A one day course on understanding Coercive Control in young people’s relationships with a focus on assessing risk. 2016 will see a new law on Coercive Control established. This course will help you understand what it is, how it impacts on young people and how to risk assess. The training will include applying the SafeLives DASH RIC Young People’s Version and appropriate referral pathways.