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Supporting Minority Ethnic Parents Affected by CSE

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Waverley House

10 Killingbeck Drive

Leeds

LS14 6UF

United Kingdom

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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.

• 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 this course is for:

• Police
• Social workers or safeguarding professionals
• Carers
• Health practitioners
• Voluntary sector employees and volunteers

Lunch and refreshments included.

Pay by invoice available at checkout.


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