In light of continuing Government advice regarding the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19) and social distancing, the majority of our face to face courses remain cancelled. Alternatively, we are pleased to offer an increasing range of online and virtual courses. Please see individual courses for details.
Childminders / Childminders - EYEE Childminders / Children's Services Staff (ESCC) / Deputy Headteachers / Heads of School / Designated Safeguarding Leads / Early Help Practitioners/Family Keyworkers / East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service / EYFS Lead / EYFS Practitioners / Foster Carers / Headteachers / Managers / Newly Qualified Social Workers / Police Staff / Probation Service / Reception Teachers / SENCO's / SEND Practitioners / Teaching Assistants / Teaching Staff / Voluntary and Community Sector Staff / Youth Workers
Over the course of this half day workshop you will learn about the law in relation to sexual consent. We will break down the definition and use case studies to explore what having the freedom and capacity to consent means. We will look at the rights and responsibilities of individuals engaging in sexual activity and ways in which you can discuss these issues with children and young people by looking at practical tools and resources.
Important note: It is essential that you have undertaken the Safeguarding Children e-learning prior to coming on this course (see additional information under full details), or you may be turned away.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
increase their knowledge of what consent means in terms of the law and in practice
manage disclosures where consent has not been freely given or where it may be unclear to a young person
to have a clear understanding of their safeguarding roles and responsibilities in relation to consent
equip the workforce with practical ways to talk to young people about consent
to reduce incidences of sexual assaults.
Maximum Delegates A maximum of three representatives from each team may have a confirmed place and further bookings will be put on a wait list.
Preparation and Follow Up Before attending any LSCB training course, participants must attend a Basic Signs and Indicators Child Protection course provided/commissioned by their own organisation or have accessed the Safeguarding Children online e-learning training course. To complete this course go to the e-learning section on the East Sussex Learning Portal, enter the Children’s Workforce channel and click Safeguarding.
Refreshments Refreshments are provided however lunch is not.