Sexual exploitation and the needs of children and young people who may have hidden, undiagnosed or diagnosed learning and Autistic Spectrum Conditions including ADHD.
This training is aimed at workers across all statutory, voluntary and leisure/sport sectors. It will be particularly useful if you work with children and young people with mild and undiagnosed needs in mainstream services. It will also be useful for CSE and disability specialists.
This course aims to bring together practitioners across the sectors to look at how they overlap, and how our practice can develop.
Date: 19th September 2019
Time: 9:30am to 4:30pm
Price: £99 per person
What Will the Course Cover?
Young People with learning needs face higher risks of sexual exploitation. Some young people do not appear to have learning needs, or may have a combination of neglect and trauma related needs as well. Some may have speech and language impairments, or hidden impairments. They may be in school, off-roll, or in a special school.
Delegates will learn about CSE and about what it means to the child to have a diagnosis or additional educational need. Find out how they may experience relationships and safe and unsafe situations, and how we can support carers to protect. Learn about how we respond to concerns, and the work we carry out to investigate harm.
This course will draw from serious case reviews, and we’ll look at good practice in multi-agency work and in reaching out to children and young people.
Delegates will enhance their learning through challenging case studies. You’ll be able to share your experience through working as part of a group, and we’ll focus on the child’s needs and experiences as well as the family as a resource.
Book Your Place
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Please Note: We may charge the full fee for cancellations within one week of the event. If you cannot make it, you are more than welcome to send an alternative delegate in your place.