Raising Awareness of Peer-on-Peer Abuse

Updated for KCSIE 2019

Peer-on-peer abuse is any form of physical, sexual, emotional, financial, and/or coercive control exercised between children and young people; this includes intimate and non-intimate relationships.

Course description

  • Thought-provoking case studies and scenarios to strengthen participant’s knowledge of peer-on-peer abuse
  • An additional peer-on-peer abuse toolkit
  • Additional resources to expand learning
  • Answer explanations for those who achieve the pass mark

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Key features and benefits

Price £16.00 excl. VAT

Max. Duration 1.5 Hours

Target Audience Education

  • Course id: 24142

This course will help you understand what peer-on-peer abuse is, the different types of peer-on-peer abuse, who it may affect and what external influences there are.

Following this course, you will be able to recognise early signs that might indicate abuse, know what action to take if you know or suspect that a young person is experiencing abuse, and implement preventative strategies within your setting.

Accredited / endorsed by

Reviewed by Dr Carlene Firmin MBE, leading expert on contextual safeguarding and peer-on-peer abuse.


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