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Child sexual abuse has been described as "a silent epidemic," one in four women and one in six men report experiencing sexual abuse in childhood.

Grow your safeguarding skills or get bespoke support from our child protection experts to suit your organisations needs with our specialist child protection training.

Our service will:

  • identify your specific requirements
  • devise course content and programmes to meet those needs
  • provide experienced, qualified trainers to deliver the course

In-house courses we currently offer:

  • Working in school with the impact of trauma
  • Creativity and play in healing trauma
  • Demystifying sexual abuse
  • Pre-trial Therapy – understanding and working within the pre-trial therapy guidelines
  • Open Space Events
  • Understanding and Responding to Child Sexual Abuse
  • Understanding Trauma
  • PICT

Our scheduled one day courses run throughout the year and are suitable for professionals and carers working with children and their families.

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Recent Training

In partnership with Tender, a charity that promotes healthy relationships based on equality and respect we recently held the below course. Since 2003, Tender has creatively tackled the difficult and taboo issues of domestic and sexual abuse, becoming a leading force for change in violence prevention education and campaigns. Tender aims to enable young people under the age of 25 to develop positive attitudes towards relationships in order to challenge anti-social behaviour and prevent intimate violence. 

Impact of Pornography on Young People:

Exploring the Impact of Pornography on Identity and Relationships

Date: Friday 19th May 2017

A one-day interactive workshop for professionals:

By the end of this one-day course, participants were able to:

  1. Understand the importance of talking to young people about pornography
  2. Have a greater understanding of why young people watch pornography
  3. Have increased confidence to talk with young people about sex, relationships and pornography
  4. Identify common myths about mainstream pornography
  5. Challenge common misconceptions about pornography
  6. Have a greater understanding of the pornography industry and the social context of main stream porn
  7. Have new tools and activities they can use with young people to help discuss pornography with young people.