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Child Trafficking & Dealing with Sexually Abused Young People Course
Learn how to notice indicators of child trafficking and what constitutes child trafficking.
What is Child Trafficking? What are the signs of child trafficking? What causes child trafficking? What is exploitation? What is grooming? What is the cycle of violence? What are the warning signs of sexually harmful behaviour? Is child trafficking common?
Our Child Trafficking and Dealing with Sexually Abused Young People course will help you answer the questions above and more.
Over three-quarters of underage sex trafficking victims we spoke with said they have been advertised or sold online.
Through our Child Trafficking and Dealing with Sexually Abused Young People course, you will gain an understanding of what child trafficking is and how it affects individuals. You will learn the signs of child trafficking and what can cause child trafficking. You will learn what grooming is relating to child trafficking. You will learn the effects of abuse on different ages. You will also learn the social, psychological, and behavioural effects are.
What does Child Trafficking & Dealing with Sexually Abused Young People Course cover?
- What child trafficking is.
- Recognise the signs of child trafficking.
- Understand the different causes of child trafficking.
- Understand what exploitation is and how it is related to child trafficking.
- Gain knowledge of the cycle of violence.
- Explore reasons to why an individual may be trafficked.
Who is our Child Trafficking & Dealing with Sexually Abused Young People Course for?
Our Child Trafficking and Dealing with Sexually Abused Young People course is for anyone who is working with individuals that are going through or have experience being trafficked, exploited, or groomed. Whatever care or non-care sector you work in having this training will give you knowledge, skills, and confidence.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- Discuss what child trafficking is and what are the signs of child trafficking.
- Discuss what exploitation is and how it relates to child trafficking.
- Be able to assess the Cycle of violence.
- Recognise how abuse can delay children and young people’s development.
- Demonstrate an empathic understanding of the experience’s individuals go through while being trafficked, abused, or exploited.
- Develop knowledge, skills, and strategies to develop positive environments.
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