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For every professional working with children, there is a need to have the knowledge to recognise and prevent sexual violence. By training their staff, agencies working with children can support the development of people with the skills and knowledge to work with them.

The Sensoa flagging system is a method for professionals working with children and young people (0-18). It helps to assess what sexual behaviour is acceptable and what is not, and to respond to it when necessary. The flagging system provides a common language for different actors to talk openly about sexuality, boundaries and situations related to sexual behaviour. The flagging system was developed in Sensoa (Belgium) and the international disseminator is Rutgers (the Netherlands). The Estonian contact point for the flag system is the Social Insurance Board.

2021. in 2007, all professionals working with children will have the opportunity to undergo training in the flag system, which aims to support the natural and safe sexual development of children and young people and to prevent sexual violence.

Target group: all professionals working with children and young people (teachers, health professionals, child protection and social work professionals, police officers, coaches, school support staff, etc.).

It is possible to sign up for an open group or to tailor the training to your institution.

In the 8-hour training you will learn:

  • Sexual development of children and adolescents, peculiarities of child sexuality.
  • Children's age-appropriate, inappropriate and unacceptable sexual behaviour - principles of behaviour assessment (flagging) using the flagging methodology.
  • Rapid and long-term pedagogical response to borderline sexual behaviour of children and young people using the Flag System methodology, discussion of cases.

In the 16-hour training you will learn:

  • A broad approach to sexuality and its meaning in the life of children and adolescents.
  • The broad and comprehensive understanding of the concept of sexuality and its significance in the life of a child and adolescent.
  • How to support the safe sexual development of children and young people and how to create a supportive environment when talking to children about sexual behaviour.
  • Age-appropriate, inappropriate and unacceptable sexual behaviour in children - principles of behaviour assessment (flagging) using the Flagging methodology.
  • Rapid and long-term pedagogical response to borderline sexual behaviour of children and young people using the Flag System methodology, discussion of cases.

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