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Child Sexual Abuse (Level 3)

Course Title:
Child Sexual Abuse (Level 3)
Course Code:
CSA
Description:

Research in general populations consistently tells us that sexual abuse is a relatively common type of harm, affecting around 10 - 11% of people in childhood. Its impact on child and adult well-being can be pervasive and enduring. Despite its prevalence, sexual abuse is under-reported, under-represented in child protection populations, and there are significant barriers to children disclosing it to professionals.

Please note that if you are booking from Education Services or from outside the Boroughs of Richmond and Kingston there will be a booking fee of £120

  Scheduled Dates For Course:
Course DateEnd Date of RegistrationTimeVenue
10/06/2019 03/06/2019 09.30-16.30 Star Centre
50 King Charles Crescent
Surbiton
KT5 8SX
11/10/2019 04/10/2019 0930 - 1630 King Charles Centre
King Charles Road
Surbiton
KT5 9AL
Course Duration:
1 Day
  Delivered By:
  Aimed At:

 Multi-agency audience

  Aim:

This one-day multi-agency programme will develop participants’ knowledge of the signs and impact of sexual abuse, and how to respond effectively to children at some key stages of the investigative process. Focus will be given to:

  • Definition, signs, and key issues in sexual abuse
  • Legal Overview
  • Process of a joint investigation
  • Communication skills

 

  Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course participants will have:

  • Been introduced to signs that could indicate sexual abuse of a child
  • Identified factors that can contribute to the under-recognition and under-reporting of sexual assaults on children
  • Considered a range of types of sexually harmful behaviours and their potential impacts (current and future) on children
  • Developed your understanding of law relating to sexual offences against children, and
  • Clarified how staff can respond helpfully to a disclosure of sexual abuse, including appropriate use of questions, and explaining the joint investigation process.
     
  Minimum Requirements:

No minimum requirements

  Reading Material:
No Course Material Available