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Identifying and Preventing Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adults

Identifying and Preventing Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adults

Course Number: BMSC X440.2

1 units

This course consists of four modules designed to increase awareness of human trafficking and Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adults. The modules include:

  • the definition of Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC)
  • the types of CSEC
  • the Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Adults
  • understanding how boys, LGBTQ youth, foster youth, and children with learning disabilities are impacted by CSEC

Available Sections

Starting May 5
194CHH002

Course Fees

$150 Early Bird Discount ends on Apr 25
$200 after Apr 25

Instructor

Thomas Collins [ bio ]

close [x] TThomas M. Collins, M.A., RN, Clinical Nurse III, Cardiac Electrophysiology, UCSD Health System, San Diego, has worked in a crime lab and assisted in collecting evidence at over 30 homicide and major crime scenes. He has documented and collected evidence from the body during autopsy, and also has significant experience in forensic anthropology techniques, including burial recovery and obtaining bone specimens from human remains too decomposed for identification through routine methods.

Schedule:

Begins:
May 5 - Jun 1, 2020

Location:

Online Course Elearn

Section Notes:

None.

Textbook:

No Textbook Required.

Starting May 5

$150 until Apr 25; $200 after

Prerequisites

Available Sections

Riverside

Section No.: 194CHH002

Dates: May 5 - Jun 1, 2020

Instructor: Thomas Collins

Textbook: No Textbook Required

Location: Online Course

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