23/05/2017

Child Sexual Exploitation of Children with Learning Disabilities

 

The NWG Network and the Ann Craft Trust have worked in partnership to develop two new training courses to meet the levels of expertise of practitioners who work within the field of CSE and learning disabilities.

Both courses aim to enhance the knowledge and awareness of delegates, helping them to understand how the young person’s perception and understanding of the world around them is affected. Many young people do not have a specific diagnosis but have a variety of complex emotional and health needs. Delegates will develop their practical skills to be able to help them prepare and support young people whether they have a diagnosis or not.

 

Learning Disabilities for Practitioners in a Safeguarding Environment

 

This course is aimed at practitioners whose main role is within safeguarding children and in the field of CSE. This training will concentrate on developing your knowledge on young people with learning disabilities and difficulties and how this can impact on the work you do in safeguarding them from abuse and exploitation.

14 September 2017
Location: NWG

22 November 2017
Location: The University of Nottingham

 

 

CSE for Practitioners Working in a Learning Disability Environment

This course is aimed at practitioners who work within learning disability communities and environments and will focus more on developing your knowledge on the complexities of CSE and relating the effect and impact back to young people with learning disabilities and difficulties.

25 January 2018
Location: NWG

21 March 2018
Location: The University of Nottingham

 

How to book a place

 

You can book onto these training courses through the NWG website by finding the event on their events listing page, logging in and booking a place.

Book now at the NWG website