Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation: Prevention and Protection

Child sexual exploitation is a growing national priority and a very real threat to children’s wellbeing. This national conference will bring you up to speed on the evolving nature of CSE, equipping you with vital insights and examples of effective practice to help you keep young people safe from harm.

The conference will enable you to:

  • Hear latest developments in policy and practice in terms of identification, risk assessment and intervention
  • Understand the fast-evolving online dangers
  • Respond appropriately and effectively to prevent online risks leading to harm
  • Promote young people’s resilience, balancing the need for independence with protecting from harm
  • Educate children and young people about healthy relationships
  • Help boost families’ resilience and disrupt perpetrators of CSE
  • Understand and respond to the particular risks that face boys
  • Support looked-after children and their carers through improved physical and relational safety, and peer protection
  • Hear from leading professionals in Rotherham about its ongoing work to transform support

Who should attend:

  • DCSs and Assistant directors
  • Head of youth services and youth service managers
  • Commissioners of services
  • CSE co-ordinators
  • School leaders
  • Child protection teams
  • Early help teams
  • Children’s social workers
  • Foster care and residential care managers
  • Youth offending teams
  • Looked-after children teams
  • Heads of safeguarding and safeguarding managers
  • LSCB chairs and members
  • Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub members
  • Mental health practitioners
  • Family intervention workers and parenting practitioners
  • Children’s health professionals
  • The academic community

What attendees said about our previous CSE conference:

“This was by far the best conference I have attended, it has given me food for thought and allowed me to use ideas for my role”

“This conference has refreshed and inspired me to continue to fight to support victims of CSE”

“Great value, enlightening and empowering, an amazing conference – kept me fully attentive