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Event *Child Sexual Abuse
 

If you have attended NSCP CSA training in the last 12 months then you do not need to attend this course.  

Learning Outcomes - By the end of this course participants should:

Demonstrate an understanding of how sexual abuse of children is viewed by society and within a familial context.

Understand that sexual abuse of children is a dynamic risk which professionals and families can affect/intervene with and which can occur within a family or outside, and can also be perpetrated by children (which is Harmful Sexual Behaviour).

Recognise and assess the impact of sexual abuse on children’s welfare, development and behaviour and how trauma can manifest itself.

Recognising the difficulties for children in disclosing that sexual abuse has taken place.

Know how to support and respond when such disclosures are made.

Develop an understanding of predisposing factors which might make a child or young person vulnerable to CSA

Be able to recognise the impact on children and family dynamics when child sexual abuse in the family becomes known.

Be able to confidently risk assess and safety plan in CSA cases.

Have practiced creating safety plans which build on the Signs of Safety approach.

Have practiced skills in talking with children, non-offending parents and known/suspected perpetrators when child sexual abuse in the family occurs.

Have considered the challenges of this work for practitioners and the impact it can have on professional confidence and personal well-being.

 

PLEASE NOTE: 

IF THE DATE YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IS NOT HERE THEN THIS COURSE HAS PROBABLY ALREADY BEEN SHORTLISTED, SO PLEASE CHOOSE AN ALTERNATIVE DATE.

Date Location Start Time    
19/10/2022 Microsoft Teams Session 1000 Book