This one-day introductory course provides an overview of the key issues needed to support practitioners who work in collaboration with other agencies in identifying and responding to cases of intra-familial child sexual abuse.
Who should attend?
All practitioners working with children and their families.
What can you expect to learn?
A better understanding of:
➢ the scale and nature of child sexual abuse
➢ how the impact of child sexual abuse presents in children and young people
➢ how children communicate their experiences of sexual abuse and the
professional role in helping them do this
➢ how and why sexual abuse happens in families
• Greater confidence in identifying and responding to concerns of intra-familial child
• Improved ability to identify the potential signs and indicators of sexual abuse and
sexually abusive behaviour
How the session will be run
This engaging webinar course will be led by two expert trainers from a range of backgrounds
across a multi-agency safeguarding partnership, via TEAMS platform.