Child sexual exploitation training for staff - Stay Safe Partnership

Lincolnshire Safeguarding Childrens Partnership

To raise awareness of Child Sexual Exploitation. This training can be used as evidence towards helping you achieve SMSC.

  • define what Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) is
  • recognise behaviours that may indicate Child Sexual Exploitation
  • identify and judge the levels of harm
  • sex offences and Child Protection legislation
  • identify grooming tactics
  • explore engagement with young people
  • raise awareness of multi agency good practice
Service Description

Before attending this course, attendees must have had previous attendance on Inter Agency Safeguarding Children and Young People and the completion of e-learning module Awareness of Child Abuse & Neglect - Foundation.


One day course at various locations across the county.


The sexual exploitation of children and young people (CSE) is a growing issue in the UK. It can ruin childhood and cause lasting damage in every aspect of a young person's life. Everyone working with children, young people and families has a responsibility to be aware of CSE and the role they can play in helping to prevent it and put a stop to it. National Working Group for Sexually Exploited Children and Young people. 2010


£175 per attendee

Contact and how to book

To make a booking or find out more, visit the LSAP website.