Our child exploitation training for professionals is informed by our 23 years’ of working one-to-one with parents of exploited children. This training programme covers sexual exploitation, child criminalisation (county lines), modern slavery and radicalisation.

In accordance with government guidelines about the COVID-19 outbreak, we are postponing our training courses until further notice. We are preparing a series of webinars and e-learning about child exploitation which will be released in the coming weeks. Information about these will be promoted on our newsletter.


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Whether you would you like to enhance your understanding about how children are being exploited through county lines, or develop your professional expertise about supporting families affected by child sexual exploitation, Pace has a full programme of courses tailored to your needs.

Foundation Course

Gain an understanding about child sexual exploitation, county lines and child criminal exploitation, how children are groomed, how perpetrators use social media, what signs to look out for and what appropriate action to take.
Course length: 1 day
Cost: £145 per delegate
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Disrupt, Investigate, Prosecute and Protect Course (DIP)

Gain an understanding into how offenders are investigated by the police, what techniques and legislation can be used to disrupt offenders and what the prosecution process involves.
Course length: 1 day
Cost: £95
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Advanced Child Exploitation Course (ACE)

Gain an in-depth understanding about child sexual exploitation, county lines / criminal exploitation and radicalisation, understand the impact of trauma, key legislation, contextual and relational safeguarding and how child exploitation impacts victims and their families.
Course length: 2 days
Cost: £350
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Level 4 Accredited Award in CSE (ACSEP)

Gain an extensive understanding about child sexual exploitation, the impact of trauma, how to work effectively with victims and their families, disruption tactics, legislation, how to use contextual and relational safeguarding approaches, how to support families through the court process, how to work effectively in multi-agency teams and online exploitation.
Course length: 9 days
Cost: £900
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