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Childhood Sexual Abuse and Minority Ethnic Communities

Title:

Sexual Abuse and Minority Ethnic Communities

Level:

Basic Awareness

Average Study Time:

Approximately 60mins – 90mins

How to Register:

If you are an individual – book online
If you are an organisation – contact us

Course Suitable for:

This course is suitable for frontline staff across all disciplines and at all levels who wish to increase their knowledge, understanding and awareness of the cultural and religious issues faced by minority ethnic survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse.

It is particularly relevant to staff within the following sectors: job centre plus, housing, police, prison service, court service, health, social work, and the voluntary sector.

Course Description:

The course will increase knowledge, understanding and awareness of the cultural and religious issues faced by minority ethnic survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse.

The course will build staff skills, capacity and confidence in dealing with minority ethnic adult survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse and thus increase the quality of response and support to minority ethnic survivors.

This course will look at the range of issues that prevent minority ethnic communities from recognising, discussing, reporting and challenging Childhood Sexual Abuse. It will have a particular focus on cultural and religions factors that act as barriers to minority ethnic survivors disclosing past abuse or seeking help and support whilst examining such topics as honour, shame, family reputation, gender and generational issues.

The training course will facilitate frontline workers to feel more confident, competent and aware when working with minority ethnic adult survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse and in turn provide appropriate services and support to those survivors (and their families).

Course Objectives:
  • Develop knowledge of the diversity of cultures in Scotland;
  • Have a better awareness and understanding of the cultural and religious issues surrounding Childhood Sexual Abuse within minority ethnic communities;
  • Increase their knowledge and understanding of the barriers faced by minority ethnic survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse and the impacts this can have on accessing services;
  • Learn about the adjustments that can be made to service provision to overcome barriers that can affect minority ethnic survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse and ensure minority ethnic survivors receive an effective, appropriate, culturally and faith sensitive response;
  • Develop the capacity and skills of frontline workers to address the needs of and better support minority ethnic survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse (and their families);
  • Increase staff confidence in their ability to respond to disclosures from minority ethnic survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse;
  • Dispel myths and stereotypes in relation to Childhood Sexual Abuse within minority ethnic communities;
  • Have an increased awareness of the impact of discrimination on minority ethnic survivors.

 

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