Essential Knowledge for Addressing the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) in Georgia

A 3-PART training series that EQUIPs CRITICAL ROLES AND PROFESSIONS WITH SKILLS TO PREVENT AND ADDRESS CSEC

Series Quick facts

  • FORMAT:
    Online self-paced, with blended learning option
  • PRICE
    No Cost For Georgia Learners, With Provided Access Code
  • PREREQUISITES
    None
  • AUDIENCE
    Individuals  Across All Settings Who Work With Children in Georgia
  • LENGTH:
    4 hours 

About the Series

This program provides essential and critical knowledge on commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC). The goal of this Series is to better equip all those interacting with and caring for children and youth in foster care to end and prevent this form of exploitation, also referred to as child sex trafficking.

This program has three parts to complete to earn the Certification:

PART 1: Human Trafficking Awareness

PART 2: CSEC Awareness 

PART 3: Understanding My Role to Address CSEC

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A Three-Part Series With
2 Digital Badges and 1 Digital Certification*

*Continuing education units, badges, and certifications must be earned by passing necessary requirements

Choose From Among These Tracks for Part 3:

Educators & School Personnel

Behavioral Health Providers

Healthcare Professionals

Group Home Professionals

Foster Care & Adoptive Families & Associations

Juvenile Justice Professionals

Community Advocates & Organizations

Case Managers

Review all program details

View the program details, including available CE credit in the brochure below:

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Download program brochure.

CME/CE Details

  • CE Credits Offered: This activity is eligible for AAPA, ACPE, ADA, AMA, ANCC, APA, ASWB, COPE and ICPE credit. View detailed CME/CE information.
  • Georgia POST and CLE credit also available.
  • PDF certificates also available for all learners.
  • Course release date: June 4, 2021
  • Expiration: June 4, 2023
    Jointly provided by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (www.pimed.com) and Justice U™, created by AFRJ® and powered by Altus Solutions Inc.

Subject Matter Expertise Provided by
Experts in Anti-Trafficking:

Jordan Greenbaum

Medical Director, International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children—Alexandria, VA
Staff Physician, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
(Georgia)

Susan George

Assistant Professor, Psychological Assessment Services (PAS) Supervisor, School of Professional
Psychology, Wright State University
(Ohio)

Jenee Littrell

Deputy Superintendent, Educational Services Division,
San Mateo County Office of Education (California)

Tammy Sneed

Director, HART, DCF (Connecticut)

Charity Trahan

Independent community consultant (Louisiana)

Ashleigh Chapman

Human Rights Lawyer; President, AFRJ®
Founder/CEO, Altus™ and Justice U™
(Wyoming)

Alana Flora

COO, AFRJ® and Altus™
Director, Engage Together® (Virginia)

Jessica Samuel

Chief Learning Officer,
Justice U™
Educational Consultant,
AFRJ® and Altus™

Justice U™ Educational Consultants & Developers:

Greg Ingram

Jen Johnston

Holly Theisen-Jones

Brittany V. Thomas

Lindsey Turner

Thank you to our sponsor

THIS SERIES IS CREATED WITH SUPPORT & PARTNERSHIP by:

Thank you to AMERIGROUP, THE DEVELOPMENT SPONSOR FOR THIS SERIES

Thank you to Street Grace, our georgia-based live event training partner

Interested in providing this training to your team, workplace, or network?

Contact our team to help with implementation options and support.