Managing risk, promoting recovery
Level: 4 | Modules: 1 | Hours: 20
Children and young people whose behaviour is sexualised present great challenges to those who work with them. This course enables learners to understand key issues in working with these children and young people. It also provides opportunities for learners to practise and develop skills in safe and effective working.
Target audience: Foster carers | Social workers | Specialist school staff
Learning outcomes / assessment criteria
Understand the impact of sexual trauma on children and young people
- Explain the impact of attachments based on sexual abuse
- Explain the long and short term effects of sexual trauma (including the impact on thoughts feelings and behaviours)
- Explain why children and young people who have been sexually abused are overwhelmed by shame
Be able to demonstrate strategies to enable others to develop appropriate boundaries in relation to sexual behaviour
- Describe key skills needed in order to work effectively and safely with children and young people who display sexualised behaviour
- Explore some of the particular issues in working safely with disabled children and young people
Understand how systems and processes promote recovery from sexual trauma or reinforce disorder
- Analyse how working practices and attitudes in the network around the child can impact on outcomes.
- Evaluate how you contribute to effective teamwork and network structures to manage risk and promote recovery
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