In this course you will learn the best practices to keep children safe from online child sexual abuse and exploitation.

We hope that you will take the opportunity to learn from this course and apply the information you receive in your daily practices, as well as help disseminate the knowledge to others in order to ensure that children are safe from risks of online sexual abuse and exploitation.  

Through this course you will be challenged to take notice of your online environment, become aware of the different areas where children can be exposed to online sexual abuse and exploitation, and recognise how to apply safety measures to protect children from harm when online.   

Who is this course for?

This course is built especially for practitioners working with children; such as teachers, social workers, staff from NGOs which assist children, or any other professional who has direct or in-direct contact with children through their work. However, anyone who wants to gain knowledge on how to keep children safe from child sexual abuse and exploitation online is welcome to take the course.

The context of this course is related specifically to the situation in Cambodia, however, most of the sessions are relevant for professionals anywhere who would like to expand their knowledge on online child sexual abuse and exploitation, and learn the best child protection mechanisms related to online safety.

Duration of course

The course is self-paced and you can decide to pause and resume the course according to your will and the time you have to allocate for the purpose. Each lesson is designed to take approximately 1 hour to complete. 

What will you gain from this course?

This course has been built for you by APLE Cambodia, one of the leading organisations in the fight against child sexual abuse and exploitation in Cambodia since 2003.

By the end of this course you will be able to:

1. Recognise the different risks which currently exist for children’s safety online

2. Identify risks of online child sexual exploitation (OCSE) and know how to report them

3. Outline the legal obligations related to OCSE and understand current practices in law enforcement

4. Demonstrate ways to mitigate the risks for children online

5. Carry out best practices for ensuring children are safe from OCSE in your work place and community

There are 6 lessons in this course which give you a comprehensive understanding on the situation of Online Child Sexual Exploitation in Cambodia. The lessons are finalized with a quiz, and once all quizzes have successfully been completed you will be able to access the final test for a certificate of completion.

In order to qualify for the certificate of completion you will have to achieve a minimum score of 75% on the course. This certificate certifies you have gained knowledge and practical information from our experts in the child protection field which can be used for your benefit to enhance your professional prospects and prove you are committed to the safety of children.

We hope that you will use the information provided through these lessons for the best interest and safety of children at all times.


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