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Listen to us on the Social Matters podcast
This month, our Deputy Director Anna Glinski spoke to social workers Nadia, Fran and Eugene from the Social Matters podcast about we know from our Key messages work about children and young people who display harmful sexual behaviour, and her experiences in practice.
Concerns about harmful sexual behaviour are likely to be experienced by all professionals working with children. It is important that they have the knowledge and understanding to respond and support children, and ensure their organisations are set up to maximise safety from harm.
External evaluation tender
We’re looking to employ someone to conduct an independent evaluation of the CSA Centre’s work using our existing monitoring and self-evaluation activity, and to produce a report covering the period April 2023 – October 2024. Deadline to apply is Monday 8 January 2024.
Training admin assistant
Join our friendly and dynamic team as a Training Admin Assistant.
We are looking for a talented individual to join us at the CSA Centre, to support the smooth running of our training offer and to help us improve the knowledge, skills and confidence of professionals working with children and families affected by sexual abuse. Click on the link below for further details. Apply by 12th January 2024.
Post-Training Case Consultations
For the first time, we are offering a consultation package to provide organisations and professionals with further opportunities to consolidate their learning after our training courses.
View our full range of courses, and speak to our training team at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Key messages from research on harmful sexual behaviour in online contexts
We’ve launched the second of our new papers to help professionals understand and respond to child sexual abuse online – Key messages from research on harmful sexual behaviour in online contexts.
Sexual behaviour by under-18s that may be harmful towards themselves or another child, young person or adult, is typically called harmful sexual behaviour – this includes within online contexts. The impact on children of sexual abuse in online contexts can be severe and varied, but effective intervention, education and support from professionals and the wider family can make a difference.
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