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Safeguarding Children Abused through Sexual Exploitation Training

Our Safeguarding Children Abused through Sexual Exploitation (Level 1) training course is available to all practitioners from all Medway agencies and organisations.

Aims: To give participants an understanding of their role and responsibilities in relation to keeping children and young people safe from sexual exploitation. It will also help them to know how to respond appropriately when sexual exploitation is suspected.

Who the course is for

Adults in Kent and Medway who work with, or on behalf of children and young people, or whose work brings them into contact with children and young people.

Cost: Free for non-profit making organisations, otherwise £100 per delegate.

Course objectives

By the end of the course you will know:

Participants will learn:

  • what is meant by sexual exploitation
  • what KSCB and MSCB’s policy says about signs of sexual exploitation and the factors that make children vulnerable
  • what to do if they have concerns that a child or young person may be at risk of sexual exploitation

Training dates and times

  • Tuesday 14 May 2019 from 9.30am to 4pm at Gun Wharf
  • Wednesday 27 November 2019 from 9.30am to 4pm at Gun Wharf

Book onto the course

To register your interest to book onto the course please complete our MSCB training application form.

More about the course

Trainer/Facilitator: MSCB Training Pool


Unfortunately, parking is not available to delegates at Gun Wharf. However, parking is available within a short walk. Lunch is not provided but delegates are welcome to use the on-site café facilities.

Cancellation policy

Places on MSCB courses are limited. If you can’t attend a course for any reason you must tell us at least 5 working days before the course date.

Tell us be emailing or by giving written notification. If you fail to tell the MSCB, a cancellation charge of £100 may apply.