Upcoming Courses

Face-to-Face (Acorn Training Centre, MK4 4DE): 

  • Monday 18th July 2022 (9.30am-1.30pm)

Online courses:

All our online courses are delivered via Microsoft Teams  

To book a course, please find the date you desire on our booking page and select 'book now'

Aim:

To provide an overview of FGM and professionals' safeguarding responsibilities in FGM cases. To ensure participants understand child sexual exploitation, who is most at risk and how to support them.  To ensure participants understand how parents, siblings and children in their care can be radicalised, who is most at risk and how to support them.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will be able to:

  • Identify what is radicalisation?
  • Identify parents and children at risk
  • Explore the process of radicalisation
  • Identify opportunities for intervention
  • Increase awareness of the signs of radicalisation in parents, siblings and children
  • Consider the most appropriate way of supporting an individual
  • Determine ways to keep an individual safe
  • Be confident to refer appropriately
  • Understand the role of other agencies as it relates to radicalisation
  • Learn about other support services and what help and information is available
  • Consider the role of the CHANNEL Panel

Learning Outcomes

Participants will be able to:

  • Identify what is child sexual exploitation?
  • Identify children at risk
  • Explore the process of child sexual exploitation
  • Identify opportunities for intervention
  • Increase awareness of how people who sexually exploit other operate
  • Minimising the risk
  • Consider the most appropriate way of supporting an individual
  • Determine ways to keep an individual safe
  • Be confident to deal with a disclosure
  • Understand the role of other agencies as it relates to CSE
  • Learn about other support services and what help and information is available
  • Consider the role of Multi Agency Risk Management Meetings (MARMM)

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understand what FGM is and distinguish between the four types of FGM.
  2. Identify key health risks and consequences of FGM.
  3. State the legal position in the UK regarding FGM.
  4. Understand how and when FGM is carried out.
  5. Identify who is at risk of FGM and describe the key indicators.
  6. List some of the common justifications for FGM.
  7. Be aware of your role in preventing FGM and supporting those who have undergone FGM.

Target Group:

Those working in healthcare, police, education (including early years), border force and children's social care and is open to all professionals who wish to gain an understanding of FGM.

Location:

Acorn Training Centre, 6 Wimborne Crescent, Westcroft, Milton Keynes, MK4 4DE

Or, online via Microsoft Teams