Monday 21st May 2018 - 09.30 till 16.15
Elona's, Ye Olde Plough House, Brentwood Road, Buplhan, Essex, RM14 3SR
This course is for anyone who works with Children and Families who would benefit from being able to recognise, assess/refer and support children who are or are suspected of suffering from child sexual abuse which takes place in the family home. This course includes discussion around sibling abuse as well as looking at the impact of the abuse on all members of the family.
The course aim is that practitioners will be more confident in their safeguarding actions in relation to this challenging area of work and have tools which they can take away to assist them in their work
To have an understanding of the typology and prevalence of intra-familial child sexual abuse, including sibling abuse
Have considered how attitudes and beliefs around sexual development can have an influence on our ability to safeguard
Have an overview of the legal and statutory guidance as well as local protocols in relation to child sexual abuse.
Have considered the common factors for families where child sexual abuse is a feature
Have learnt to recognise the indicators of CSA including behavioural and physical markers
Have considered the impact of this type of abuse on children, siblings, and parents, both short and long term
Have an awareness of good practice and relevant agencies who can offer support and interventions around for children and families
As from 1st September, there will be a charge for attending this training. The charges are set out below. Participants are expected to attend for the whole day Places will be allocated to ensure a variety of agencies are able to attend, if you have been booked onto this training, you will receive an email from the LSCB Business Team. Could we please ask that if you are not in receipt of this that you do not attend. Lunch is NOT provided on this training.
LSCB Board Member £50
Private/profit making organisation £100
To book onto this training, please click here to complete the online application form
Contact the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH)
You can phone, or write.
if you believe it is urgent ring immediately:
New Road, Grays,
Call 999 if you are concerned a child needs immediate protection