Pace are inviting professionals to take part in the pilot of our brand new qualification, the Advanced CSE Practitioner (ACSEP). As the course is still going through the accreditation process with the NOCN, places on this pilot are less than half the price of the full price course, due to start in September 2017.
Informed by over 21 years of working with affected families, the ACSEP course will be taught by highly experienced Pace staff, affected parents and leading experts from the fields of social work, police and academia. ACSEPs will be specialists in their field, equipped with a broad knowledge of CSE and armed with a toolkit of methods in supporting affected families and helping investigations through to prosecution.
The comprehensive and practical nine day course covers the following subjects:
– The latest research on trauma
– Best practice in working with marginalised groups
– Cutting edge practical skills in how to support affected families from disclosure through to the court process
– Training in therapeutic and reflective practice.
Who is this course for?
Practitioners with experience of working with people affected by CSE, such as:
– Social worker
– Family Intervention Officer, Family Support Worker, Troubled Family Worker
– Independent CSE Worker
– Missing from Home Specialist
– PSCOs/PCs with CSE specialism