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FGCU Continuing Education and Off Campus Programs Presents “Identifying and Engaging Victims,” First Session of Human Trafficking Symposium Series
7/22/2008

WHO FGCU Continuing Education and Off-Campus Programs and Center for Public and Social Policy, in partnership with Lee County Sheriff’s Office, for the public

WHAT “Identifying and Engaging Victims,” first session in a series of free continuing
education programs offering practical guidelines for practitioners and the general public seeking a more in-depth understanding of issues and actions related to human trafficking. Sandy Skelaney, program coordinator for Kristi House, Commercially Sexually Exploited Children’s Project, is the presenter for this session.

WHEN 8:30 a.m. to noon, Thursday, Aug. 28

WHERE Sugden Welcome Center

WHY Participants will learn to:
• Discuss the nature and scope of commercial sexual exploitation (CSE)
• Describe the impact this type of trauma has on children
• Describe appropriate language and sensitivity to the problem
• Discuss how to identify victims of CSE
• Describe the impact of CSEC (Commercially Sexually Exploited Children’s Project) and the needs of the victims
• Describe ways in which service providers can assist the victims

COST Free and open to the public; 3.5 contact hours is available for social workers and licensed
mental health counselors. Continental breakfast will be served. For registration
information, visit http://registerCE.fgcu.edu

CONTACT FGCU Continuing Education and Off Campus Programs at (239) 590-1095

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