justWhistle CSE Training
The training arm of Safe and Sound, justWhistle, provides specialist training in child sexual exploitation (CSE) for practitioners working with children, young people and families.
We understand that cost, location of training and the need for tailored training to your organisational needs are all important, which is why we offer a programme of reasonably priced national open CSE training courses in locations across the UK and bespoke CSE training for organisations.
Who is our CSE training suitable for?
Our training is suitable for a range of sectors where knowledge of child protection policies and procedures and awareness of child sexual exploitation is necessary.
- Healthcare professionals
- Local authority officers and councillors
- Senior and frontline police officers
- Social services/social workers
- Prison and probation workers
- Youth workers and youth offending teams
- Voluntary/charity/third sector practitioners
- Counselling services
- Victim support representatives
- Crime reduction partnerships
- Rape and sexual abuse support centres and specialists
- Independent sexual violence advisors
- Community safety teams
- Community support officers
- Local safeguarding children board chairs and members
- Central government departments and agencies
- Children’s services and families services workers
- Education professionals – School Headteachers, Pastoral Leads, PSHE or Safeguarding Leads in particular
- Those working in supported housing, residential care or children’s homes
We have run hundreds of training courses, conferences and workshops throughout the UK in the last six years.
- We trained 4324 professionals across the UK working with children, young people and families through our national programme and bespoke in-house courses enabling them to recognise and respond more effectively to victims of child sexual exploitation.
- We delivered awareness raising sessions to 796 children and young people in schools and other settings in Derbyshire and 113 parents and carers.
Protecting children at risk of CSE is everyone’s responsibility
If you work with children, young people and/or families, you have a duty to be aware of CSE as a child protection issue, and how to spot the signs. Working in multi-agency partnerships with police, social care and the third sector, we can put a stop to this form of child abuse.