Sexualised Behaviour Advanced Level Fostering

Sexualised behaviour and experiences are part of the natural learning process of children and young people and express how people …

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Sexualised behaviour and experiences are part of the natural learning process of children and young people and express how people are beginning to identify with themselves, their own sexuality and the influences around them. However, this behaviour can become problematic when further issues can cause children and young people to attempt to engage other children or adults in sexual behaviours which would not be considered usual or expected at their current age. This training course provides learners with knowledge of the meaning of sexualised behaviours and the difference between healthy, problematic and harmful behaviours, discusses the possible influences which may have caused these behaviours to be displayed and provides ideas for supporting and signposting children and young people who present sexualised behaviours and their family and support teams

  1. What is Sexuality
  2. Personal Impact of working with sexual behaviours
  3. Understanding younger children
  4. Childhood sexual development
  5. Pathways into sexual behaviours
  6. What are healthy and unhealthy sexual behaviours
  7. Working with young people with sexualised behaviour

This course meets the Training, Support and Development Standards as outlined in The Fostering Services (England) Regulations 2011 / 2013.

Should you wish to discuss your needs before making a booking, please call 0800 774 7874.

Course Reviews

  1. Profile photo of Kim Gallagher Kim Gallagher says:

    At the present time I have a young man in my care, who has been accused of inappropriate sexual behaviour. Completing this training has given me an insight into his emotional needs that may need to be met. Being exposed to abuse of violence , sex and drugs could be a trigger for him.
    if correct help/support is given early that the young person can be helped with their behaviour to break the pattern
    the emotions that contribute to sexual behaviour
    I have learnt that a safe plan should be put in place.
    Great

  2. Profile photo of Theresa Devlin Theresa Devlin says:

    I will remember that sexual behaviour can also be a sign of anxiety and is not necessarily because a child has been abused.
    What sexually reactive is.
    What sexually problematic behaviour is.
    What sexually abusive behaviour is.
    Great

  3. Profile photo of Claire Mcdonagh Claire Mcdonagh says:

    By being open to any subject and discuss when the child appears to know or becomes curious or interested.
    Guidelines to follow
    Children who display such behaviour often have many psychosocial and emotional needs
    That evidence suggests that young people can be rehabilitated before sexually harmful behaviour becomes entrenched pattern of behaviour
    Great

  4. Profile photo of Hazel Wadeson Hazel Wadeson says:

    Further understanding of the differences between 'normal' behaviours (being curious) and those that will require further investigation or monitoring.
    The legislation regarding consent.
    What support children need to help them get through their trauma.
    Red, Amber & Green warnings of sexualised behaviour.

    Great

  5. Profile photo of Nick Wadeson Nick Wadeson says:

    To understand the differences between normal curious behaviours and those that require monitoring or further investigation.
    Awareness of sexualised behaviour.
    The legislation surrounding consent.
    About the traffic light system regarding concerning behaviour.
    Great

  6. Profile photo of SARAH ODISHO SARAH ODISHO says:

    I have gained a more in depth understanding of what Sexualised behaviour is and who it affects and how it can be managed and prevented.
    I have gained a more in depth understanding of what Sexualised behaviour is and who it affects and how it can be managed and prevented.
    Gained a deeper understanding of the risks involved to everyone
    I understand the different types of Sexualised Behaviour
    Great

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  • LOR Includes LOR – Learning Outcome Report
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