Safeguarding: Criminal Exploitation and County Lines
This course will provide an overview of the Government's guidance on the criminal exploitation of children and vulnerable adults and focus on professional responsibilities and safeguards. The candidates will have the opportunity to examine the nature and extent of county lines, consider who is at risk and how to recognise criminal and sexual exploitation. Finally the trainer will focus on developing a better understanding of the professional responsibilities to prevent exploitation and support vulnerable children and young adults.
By the end of this course delegates will have covered: Government guidance and professional responsibilities and safeguards.The definitions of county lines, risk factors and vulnerabilities of children and young adults Professional responsibilities and safeguarding duties Enhancing practice and organisational responses
Methods of Delivery
This course is delivered via Central Training's Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). The trainer will use a blended approach of virtual platforms, group discussion, power point presentation, handouts and further reading materials.
- Course Content
- Training Considerations
- Related Courses
- Definitions of county lines in the context of Home Office guidance
- Why children and young adult are most vulnerable: what are the risks
- Professional responsibilities and tools to help recognise exploitation
- Developing a model for professional practice and the wider organisation
Practitioners who work with vulnerable children, young adults and their families.
There are no pre-training requirements for this course
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of this course.
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