Created by experts at the NSPCC, Developing an Understanding of CSA is a two-day training course that improves understanding and knowledge in identifying, preventing and responding to Child Sexual Abuse. Using case studies, small group activities and interactive tools this course is developed to give attendees the skills to play their part in responding to child sexual abuse. Key details and booking details are below. Spaces will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis so we encourage you to reserve spaces as soon as possible.
Who’s the training for?
For all professionals working with children.
If you have a team or group of 10 or more interested across your organisation, region or local authority we can provide a specific training session for you, so to get in touch please reply to this email to schedule this rather than booking using the link below as we may need to limit places due to funding allocations.
Format: 2 days, online via Zoom
Aims: The training aims to support delegates to:
- Identify the types of child sexual abuse (CSA)
- Utilise appropriate language
- Increase understanding of the research base
- Determine ways to support most vulnerable groups at risk for CSA
- Identify the ways CSA can impact children, their families, and society
- Recognise, Respond, Report and Record concerns
- Share best practice with others in your network
To book, please click the link below and register attendance on Eventbrite. Once registered, full joining instructions and information will be emailed directly to participants before the sessions take place. As noted above, if you would like to train a team of 10 or more members of staff across your region or organisation, please let us know.
17th and 18th October 2023
15th and 16th November 2023
5th and 6th December 2023
There will be some further dates coming up so please do let us know if you are unable to attend this course. If the date you are interested in is fully booked, please do sign up to the waiting list as more spaces may be allocated.
Any questions at all, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org