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Pace works alongside parents & carers of children who are or are at risk of being sexually exploited by perpetrators external to the family. We offer guidance and training to professionals on how child sexual exploitation affects the whole family.

CPD Courses and Workshops Available

  • Parents As Partners In Tackling Child Sexual Exploitation

    Training Course | Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Working with and supporting parents and carers affected by cse. This one day course explores the support required and the role of parents and carers can have, if supported, in tackling this crime. Also covers good practice elements.

  • Train The Trainer For Practitioners Delivering - Community Briefings On Child Sexual Exploitation To Parents And Carers At Schools And Other Settings

    Training Course | Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Through a variety of different teaching methods including, direct trainer input, individual, small and large group exercises and visual material the course looks at why theses briefings are needed, what planning and preparation is required and gives trainers the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the content of the briefing and the opportunity to practice delivering parts of it.

  • Train The Trainer For Practitioners Delivering - Parents As Partners In Tackling CSE: Working With And Supporting Parents And Carers Affected By CSE

    Training Course | Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Through a variety of different teaching methods including, direct trainer input, individual, small and large group exercises and visual material the course looks at attitudes and values around cse and familiarises them with the content they will deliver namely: why parents can be partners in tackling cse, the impact of cse on families, the support needs of parents and carers and elements of good practice around 4 key areas that disempower parents. It also gives learners the opportunity to practice delivering some of the activities.

  • Train the Trainer - Community Briefings

    Training Course | Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Become equipped with all the necessary resources; knowledge and experience to deliver CSE awareness sessions in your community.

  • Train the Trainer - Supporting Families affected by CSE

    Training Course | Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    A practical one day course during which you’ll receive the resources and knowledge to train others on how to support families affected by CSE.

  • Level 4 Award in Advanced Child Sexual Exploitation (ACSEP)

    Training Course | Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    The ACSEP course is taught by highly experienced Pace staff; affected parents and leading experts from the fields of social work; police and academia

  • Keep Them Safe

    Online Course | Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    This 20-30 minute free online training tool is aimed at parents and professionals to learn about child sexual exploitation; how to spot the signs and the impact it can have on families.

  • Autism Awareness

    Workshop | Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    This workshop will provide delegates with an overview of the autism diagnosis. Attendees will be introduced to the traits and behaviours that may be associated with the diagnosis as well as the impact it may have on the individual and their wider family.

  • Strategies for Toilet Training

    Workshop | Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace

    This workshop will help delegates understand the problems that may occur when toilet training a child diagnosed with autism. The workshop will give various strategies to help increase this skill and result in successful continence. Troubleshooting difficulties will also be addressed.

Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation - Pace
Waverley House
Unit 10 Acorn Business Park
Leeds
LS14 6UF

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