One day courses for professionals.

Our CSE training is delivered by highly trained Pace staff and informed by over 21 years’ experience of working in CSE

Supporting BME Parents affected by CSE

This course looks at the impact of CSE on families from black and minority ethnic communities 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.

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Parents as Partners

In this course you will hear first-hand from an affected parent about the impact of CSE on the whole family. An experienced frontline professional from Pace will introduce you to techniques for both supporting and engaging affected parents to help tackle this crime. You will learn more about Pace’s relational safeguarding model, and the critical importance of a family and child centred approach.

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Train the Trainer – Community Briefings

Equip yourself with all the skills and knowledge you’ll need to deliver CSE awareness sessions in a community setting. Ideal for professionals who need or want to deliver CSE training to parents, carers or safeguarding professionals

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Train the Trainer – Parents as Partners

This course will give you the necessary tools to deliver a Parents as Partners training session to safeguarding professionals. It is ideal for those wishing to deliver training for professionals on the impact of CSE on the whole family.

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