Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Training

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This one-day course is designed for social workers, their managers, child care practitioners (including school staff or multi-agency partners) or anyone that undertakes direct work with children and young people to understand, recognise and respond to child sexual exploitation (CSE).

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Child Sexual Exploitation

This one-day course is designed for social workers, their managers, child care practitioners (including school staff or multi-agency partners) or anyone that undertakes direct work with children and young people to understand, recognise and respond to child sexual exploitation (CSE).

The course aims to support participants to understand what CSE is and how it differs from other forms of child sexual abuse. It will also highlight the different models of CSE such as organised groups, peer on peer as well as the risks to children and young people linked to gangs, county lines or trafficking.

Throughout the training course, participants will note the indicators of CSE, provoke thought on ‘spotting the signs’ and how it impacts children and young people. It will also provide insight into what makes children and young people vulnerable, as well as the possibilities of online abuse plus their physical and mental health.

The course will involve a suitable mixture of presentations and group work, with a focus on interaction, discussion and information available to take away to support assessment work.

The days will begin at 9.30am for registration and tea/coffee, with a prompt 10.00am start, and will end at approx 4.30pm.

A light lunch will be provided. Please advise of any allergies or dietary requirements of each individual when booking places on this course.

An electronic certificate of attendance will be provided to all attendees by email after attendance at the course.

Linda Helliar

Linda is a highly experienced social work practitioner and senior manager with a strong operational and strategic understanding of safeguarding children and young people.

With over 20 years’ statutory experience in the assessment and protection of vulnerable children and young people living in some of the most deprived and challenged London boroughs, she is passionate about the difference that effective, multi-agency partnership working can make.

Linda prides herself on being hardworking, highly capable and is committed to working to the highest standards.

Holiday Inn Express London – Stratford, 196 High St, London E15 2NE

The Holiday Inn Express London – Stratford is situated in the heart of East London, site of the Queen Elizabeth Park and just outside the congestion zone. Stratford has excellent transport links and the hotel is located only a short walk from the comprehensive London transport system, the Stratford rail and bus terminal, Javelin Train to St. Pancras in 7 minutes and the Channel Tunnel rail link. The heart of the City of London is only 10 minutes away. Stratford High Street DLR provides a direct link to ExCel and London City Airport in just under 13 minutes. We are ideally situated for London’s major attractions such as the 02 Arena and the ExCel Conference Centre and with easy transport links you would be at the venue in no time.

Driving Directions

From M11 or A406 North East, take A12 Central London. From M2 (A2)/M20(A20) take Blackwall Tunnel to A12 then A11 (Direction Stratford A118). At Bow Interchange take first exit left onto High Street A118. Hotel is approximately 1 mile on the left at the Junction of Carpenters Road.

London City Airport( LCY) – Distance: 5.5 MI/8.85 KM EAST to Hotel. Take A13 heading to London City Centre. Take A12 to Stratford and turn left onto Bow Interchange and enter next roundabout and take 3rd exit onto High Street A118. DLR: Take train to Stratford International – 7th stop.

London Heathrow( LHR) – Distance: 20.0 MI/32.19 KM SOUTH WEST to Hotel. Take M25 heading for M11. From M11, take A12 to Central London.

London Stansted( STN) – Distance: 25.0 MI/40.23 KM NORTH EAST to Hotel. From M11 or A406 North East, take A12 Central London.

Train

Station Name: Stratford Regional & International. Distance: 0.3 MI/0.48 KM WEST to Hotel.Taxi Charge (one way): £5.00
Stratford Station / Stratford High Street DLR. Distance: 0.3 MI/0.48 KM WEST to Hotel.

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