Teach Secondary had five categories at the heart of secondary teaching and learning – curriculum impact, assessment, safeguarding, SEND and CPD – and compiled a shortlist of 30 finalists; six per category.
£50 exc. VAT
Duration: 90 mins (approx)
All staff should consider whether children are at risk of abuse or exploitation in situations outside of their families. They should be aware that safeguarding incidents and/or behaviours can be associated with factors outside of the school or college, including criminal exploitation and sexual exploitation.
Our Essential CPD course in child criminal and sexual exploitation provides you and your staff with the core content you need to ensure you are complying with your legal responsibilities in relation to protecting children from CCE and CSE activity. Delivered in high-quality video CPD format that has been skilfully organised for busy workloads and is accessible on any device, anytime, anywhere, our training has been designed to provide maximum learning potential in the leanest, most cost effective and most time-efficient manner.
Delivered by international safeguarding expert, Robin Watts, this course has been divided into 13 easy-to-digest modules and contains links to further learning, resources, and case studies, with an assessment at the end to help you evidence your compliance.
This course has been designed in line with the following policies:
Module 1 – What is child criminal exploitation (CCE) and child sexual exploitation (CSE)?
Module 1 will present you with the definition of child criminal exploitation and the legal definition of child sexual exploitation, including how they can take place.
Module 2 – Understanding county lines
Module 2 will describe what county lines are and breakdown the definition of a ‘gang’, including what the minimum characteristic features are that typically tend to make up gang culture.
Module 3 – Risk indicators and grooming models
Module 3 will identify the grooming techniques criminals use to lure children and young people into criminal activity. You will also learn what risk indicators to be vigilant for.
Module 4 – What are the warning signs?
Module 4 will list the warning signs of child criminal and sexual exploitation and reveal how you can recognise them. It will also explore the term ‘cuckooing’.
Module 5 – Vulnerabilities and opportunities
Module 5 will discuss the vulnerabilities of child criminal and sexual exploitation, what the risks are and debunk some of the common myths that surround them.
Module 6 – How can children identify risks?
In module 6 you will explore what push and pull factors are associated with CSE and review Haringey’s Youth Justice Service’s analysis of 20 prolific young offenders.
Module 7 – Helping children understand their environments
Module 7 will cover how to help children and young people become more aware of their environments and identify risks, including early intervention techniques and increasing awareness.
Module 8 – Contextual safeguarding and risk assessments
Module 8 will define contextual safeguarding the context of child criminal and sexual exploitation as well as demonstrate what to consider during risk assessments.
Module 9 – Legislation and reporting
Module 9 will explore best reporting policies as well as explain the legislation that binds you to safeguard your students.
Module 10 – Talking to potential victims and reporting
Module 10 will provide you with best practice techniques when talking to potential victims, including how to ask the right questions and how to respond to a disclosure. You will also learn how best to report child criminal and sexual exploitation.
Module 11 – What support is available for victims?
Module 11 will cover the support available for victims and their families. It will describe why families may need support and for which particular aspects, such as emotional support, accessing external agencies, and support for ongoing trauma.
Module 12 – Case study
Module 12 will present a case study of a victim and their family that have been affected by child criminal and sexual exploitation to demonstrate the impacts it has.
Module 13 – Resources and further reading
Module 13 will offer you some useful external resources to provide further reading and guidance on the subject.
The ultimate responsibility and accountability for data protection compliance sits with governors and trustees. They should have specific knowledge of data protection relevant to their role to ensure compliance with legislation and the ability to respond to any changes, working closely with the Data Protection Officer (DPO). If your school is found to breach GDPR rules, you may face a hefty fine and a visit from the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Senior leaders should be sufficiently aware of the content of GDPR and the Data Protection Act in order to ensure schools have the right things in place to be compliant. As per the Data Protection Act 2018, it is your legal duty to protect the personal data of your students, staff, and visitors. Any establishment that collects personal data (e.g. names, addresses, dates of births, etc) has a legal responsibility to ensure that information is gathered, processed, and stored securely. If your school is found to breach GDPR rules, you may face a hefty fine and a visit from the Information Commissioner’s Office.
Data influencers work with data on a daily basis and either create, store, enter, or decide when data will be processed. In addition to general awareness, you should have an additional level of training specific to your role in processing and handling data. As per the Data Protection Act 2018, it is your legal duty to protect the personal data of your students, staff, and visitors. If your school is found to breach GDPR rules, you may face a hefty fine and a visit from the Information Commissioner’s Office.
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You will receive any supporting materials or resources mentioned in the Course.
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