- How to distinguish child sexual exploitation (CSE) from other forms of sexual abuse.
- What the common signs of CSE are, including physical, psychological and behavioural indicators
- The factors that make children more vulnerable to sexual exploitation, including living in a dysfunctional household or having a past history of abuse.
- Test your knowledge of law and research and check your decision making in relation to a case of CSE (only available to organisations with a workforce licence).
Resources in this hub can help you meet point 5 of the Knowledge and skills statement for child and family practitioners: Abuse and neglect of children.
Working with children
Interactive case scenario: peer on peer sexual exploitation
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