What is CPP

The Click: Path to Protection training module will provide professionals with appropriate information and knowledge to further develop their skills in working with a child who has been harmed online along the path from Discovery that a child has been harmed to Recovery.  This training is designed to be delivered to multi agency audiences. The three training modules are targeted at different audience groups according to their role in protecting and safeguarding children.   

Feedback from recent some participants: 'Thanks for a wonderful training session' Project Manager; 'I have spoken with a couple of the attendees and they were really impressed and said how helpful it was.' Manager Community Service; 'Many thanks for an engaging and worthwhile training session' Youth Worker

Think: Path to Protection - half day training

By the end of the session participants will be able to:

  • Identify and describe the different ways a child may be harmed online
  • Identify and describe the different ways a child may be groomed online
  • Recognise and know how to respond to indicators that a child is being harmed online
  • Plan interventions to reduce the impact for the child in the context of both the digital world and the child’s development

Act: Path to Protection - full day training

 By the end of the session participants will be able to:

  • Identify and describe the different ways the online world can facilitate the sexual abuse of children
  • Identify and describe the ways in which online grooming differs from that offline
  • Plan a child protection investigation incorporating the differential impacts of technology assisted child sexual abuse
  • Know how to conduct interviews with the child and/or family in a manner that is both supportive and protective 
  •   Design interventions that keep the child and family where appropriate, at the centre of the process and aid recovery 

Manage: Path to Protection - half day training 

By the end of the session participants will be able to:

  • Identify and describe the different ways technology can facilitate the sexual abuse of children
  • Effectively contribute to strategy meetings ensuring planning incorporates the differential impacts of online abuse
  • Identify the factors of an effective and comprehensive risk assessment/criminal investigation in cases of online sexual abuse of children
  • Identify the components of interventions that are child centred and focussed on the long-term outcomes for children which are considered best practice

 


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