Supporting Minority Ethnic Parents Affected by CSE

Steven Lilley

Photo: Steven Lilley

This course looks at the impact of CSE on families from black and minority ethnic communities (BAME) and explores effective methods of engaging with and supporting parents/carers to help safeguard the child or young person.  You will look at the particular vulnerabilities faced by girls and boys and the cultural aspects that keep the issue hidden.

Learning Outcomes

  • Recognise cultural differences and how this should inform practice
  • Understand how CSE affects people from BAME communities, in particular South Asian and Eastern European backgrounds
  • Understand the barriers parents/carers may face in engaging with services
  • Identify key elements of good practice
  • Understand the work of Pace in relation to supporting parents/carers to safeguarding their children

Who is this course for?

  • Police
  • Social Workers
  • Carers
  • Health practitioners
  • Voluntary sector employees and volunteers

Cost

£100 + booking fee per delegate (includes lunch)

Upcoming training

March 30, 2017
9:30 am
Pace Office
Leeds
April 4, 2017
9:30 am
Pace Office
Leeds

Questions about this course?

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