CSEC CCIP Training Materials

CCIP Training Institute

The CCIP Training Institutes are train-the-trainer events to prepare select professionals to train their local peers on the problem of CSEC, which are referred to as “Community Trainings (CTs).” Since the Institute will walk through the CT modules, this CSEC Training Manual consists of the full modules designated for the Community Trainings as well as Training Institute modules designed to prepare trainers to effectively conduct the CTs. The CT modules are designated by numbers and the Training Institute specific modules are designated by letters. The modules are intended for the use of trainers and not for dissemination to those attending subsequent Community Trainings, who are intended to receive the Handouts. Additional resources are provided in an accompanying CD ROM.

All materials are from the CSEC Community Intervention Project funded by the U.S. Department of Justice. Training Manual written by Rachel Lloyd of GEMS (Girls Educational & Mentoring Services). Materials are intended for trainers.

Electronic Manual Note: All Training Manual sections below are in PDF except for the Powerpoint presentations (created in Microsoft Powerpoint). Particularly large PDFs are noted which might require more downloading time. At the bottom is the entire Training Manual in one PDF.

Introduction

Module 1 – What is the CSEC

Module 2 – Pathways and Precursors to CSEC

Module 3 – Understanding the Impact of CSEC

Module 4 – Victim Identification and Engagement

Module 5 – Effective Service Delivery to CSEC Victims

Module 6 – Investigating CSEC Cases and Interviewing Victims

Module 7 – Working with CSEC Cases

Module 8 – Medical and Mental Health Care of CSEC Victims

Module A – Facilitating Training on CSEC

Module B – From Learning to Application

Community Training Facilitators Guide

Videos (.wmv format)

Training Manual – Download All (11 MB)

All materials are from the CSEC Community Intervention Project funded by the U.S. Department of Justice. Training Manual written by Rachel Lloyd of GEMS (Girls Educational & Mentoring Services).