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Child Exploitation – Upcoming Training Opportunities in the HSCP Virtual Offer

Date: Tuesday, 20th Dec 2022 | Category: Training

Identifying and responding to all forms of exploitation, such as child criminal exploitation, child sexual exploitation and county lines, is a key priority for HSCP. As such, child exploitation is a strong theme within the safeguarding training included in the HSCP virtual offer. These fully funded multi-agency events are available for all professionals working with children and families who live in the Hampshire Local Authority area.

Please see information below regarding upcoming training linked to the theme of child exploitation and how to book your place. Places are available on a first come, first served basis, so be quick to secure your free place.


Virtual HSCP – Lunchtime Learning – An Introduction to Children Who Go Missing from Home/Care

Wednesday 22 February 2023               (09.30 – 16.30)

It is known that children who go missing from home or care are at risk of suffering harm and there are specific risks around children running away and the risk of sexual exploitation. This course will provide Hampshire professionals with an introduction to the police definition of ‘missing’, how to report a child or young person ‘missing’ and explore the risks that children might be exposed to whilst ‘missing’. Book now
Virtual HSCP – An Introduction to the Child Exploitation Risk Assessment Framework (CERAF)

Wednesday 1 March 2023                 (12.00 – 13.30)

A practical session to support professionals with understanding the CERAF and observing best practice guidance when it is being completed. Book now
An Introduction to Trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism

Wednesday 22 March 2023              (12.00 – 13.00)

This course will support learning for all frontline practitioners where a better understanding of trafficking and the National Referral Mechanism is needed. The webinar will support first responders to comply with their statutory responsibilities and to update on recent changes to the HIPS NRM reporting process. Book now