Child & Vulnerable Adult Protection & Child Sexual Exploitation Training
Child Sexual Exploitation Training Session
Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) is a form of sexual abuse that involves the manipulation and/or coercion of young people under the age of 18 into sexual activity.
The National Working Group for CSE identifies that young people can be groomed and sexually exploited at a variety of premises and locations including tourism attractions, hotels, restaurants, bars, clubs, gyms, taxis etc.
Who should attend?
Every organization therefore has a responsibility to protect children against sexual exploitation.
Every licensed organisation a legal requirement under the Licensing Act 2003 in addition to the & Anti-social Behaviour, Crime & Policing Act 2014 to ensure that suitable control measures are in place for the protection of children from harm. Failure to comply with legal obligations can lead to financial and/or reputational damage, revocation of license, prosecution or other sanction.
Act now and attend this training session developed with Police and the National Working Group for CSE.
- Raise awareness of your organization's legal obligations in relation to CSE
- Share knowledge and best practice in relation to CSE across the tourism sector
- Provide current guidance for your staff in how to react/deal with any suspected CSE activity
- Demonstrate your organization's commitment to create a safe environment
£75 per person (plus VAT) including lunch, refreshments, all training materials and certification of completion.
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