Essential Knowledge for Addressing the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Georgia
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This certification program has three parts and ends with a final exam to earn a Justice U™ Digital Certification and profession-specific continuing education (CE) credits.
Taking each part in order is recommended, however, all of the content is available to you immediately to support varied learning goals and styles.
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More Details About This Program
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Part 3 Understanding My Role to Address CSEC in Georgia
The final component will provide you role-specific details important to your specific context and/or profession. You can choose one or more versions, or roles, to explore.
At the end of each role-based track, you will find instructions and guidance on how to earn your role-specific digital certification and continuing education credits/units.
- Recognize intersection points for identification and care.
- Identify potential challenges working with CSEC cases.
- Identify services and referrals that might be available for CSEC victims.
- Predict outcomes based on processes surrounding CSEC cases.
- Describe how to build community relationships and network.
- Analyze opportunities for better prevention, care, and reform.
- Create a personal action plan.