Learn about the implications of victim blaming on victims and how to challenge victim blaming.
To provide learners with an overview of what victim blaming is and to understand why we blame victims of certain crimes, such a rape and sexual assault. Learn about the implications of victim blaming on victims and how to challenge victim blaming.
- Learn what victim blaming is
- Learn how to challenge victim blaming
- Learn how victim blaming may differ depending on where, and by whom a young person is abused/exploited.
Who is this course for?
This course will benefit anyone who has safeguarding responsibilities in their roles:
- Teaching and School staff
- Residential Workers
- Housing Officers
- Foster Carers
- Youth Service Workers
- Police Officers
- Social Workers
Bespoke costings can be provided by contacting us.
Discount available for multiple bookings. You can also commission us to run the course in your workplace if you have a large number of staff wishing to attend. Please get in touch to find out more.
1.00pm – 4.00pm
Online, via MS Teams.
Meet the trainer
Dr Sarah Hall has extensive experience as an academic researcher in child exploitation, influenced by her early career in youth work and parent support. Sarah is passionate about the importance of family-centered, holistic support for families affected by child exploitation.