Commercially Sexually Exploited Children 

CSEC 102
Nola Brantley Speaks has partnered with the California Department of Social Services to provide CSEC 102 training. CSEC 102 is a 2-day engagement skills training that will build off the knowledge learned in CSEC 101. The training is specifically designed for social workers, probation officers, and community-based organizations who are collaborative partners to provide services for youth identified as CSEC. For more information regarding future classes please visit www.nolabrantleyspeaks.org/csec-102.html

Other Helpful Resources:
Links, books, and articles can be found at www.nolabrantleyspeaks.org

CSEC Toolkit 
available from CalSWEC

E-Learning Course: Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children Awareness
This course is designed to provide a broad overview of three types of Human Trafficking and information regarding the ongoing research on the topic; narrowing in on CSEC and Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking (DMST). The course will focus on the impacts and implications for the child welfare system. The course will also provide a brief review of current federal, state, and local efforts to address the wide variety of issues associated with trafficking. Identification, assessment, and promising intervention strategies will also be identified. The course will provide information about the multi-systems response to working with victims and addressing demand. The overarching goal of the course is to educate and foster a deeper awareness of human trafficking and CSEC throughout the child welfare community. The course will use lecture, small group discussion, short video clips as well as application activities
  • Define Human Trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children and how they are related.
  • Describe the dynamics involved that contribute to the victimization of young people by sex traffickers.
  • Identify tools that may be utilized in the identification and assessment of victims of trafficking.
  • Identify and highlight programs designed to intervene, assess and treat those affected by the commercial sexual exploitation of children.
  • What is Human Trafficking?
  • What is Child Sex Trafficking and what makes Children vulnerable?
  • Contributing Issues Trafficking Assessment Providing a Trauma-Sensitive Approach

Please follow this link to access the E-Learning Module. You may access the course without a login. A certificate of completion is presented within E-Learning conclusion. 

https://calswec.instructure.com/courses/169

(Please note that this module will not retain any identifying information within a database, there will be no other record of your participation.  You are solely responsible for printing and retaining your certificate of completion.)