CSEC 101 is an essential training for social service, juvenile justice, mental health, public health, community-based and faith-based service providers throughout the country. The Nola Brantley Speaks' CSEC 101 provides a comprehensive look at the victimization of youth, buyers and individuals who exploit youth. Many of the current CSEC 101 curriculums focus solely on the victimization of girls and while this is an important topic to discuss, there are many other populations to discuss. The Nola Brantley Speaks CSEC 101 will cover the victimization of girls, boys, and LGBT youth. The trainers will discuss specialized populations such as African American youth, Native American youth, and immigrant youth. Participants will learn how to adapt their trainings based on the geographical location (i.e., similarities and differences in rural areas vs. metropolitan cities). In addition, participants will be more equipped to help others identify youth involved in the commercial sex industry. The trainers will also discuss the demand side of the commercial sex industry so participants are equipped to teach and answer questions about the buyers and the individuals who exploit youth. After attending this T4T you will be educated and equipped to provide CSEC 101 trainings at your agencies, churches and community centers. Each participant will be provided with a NBS CSEC 101 training curriculum binder, a facilitator's manual, electronic copies of all the materials needed for training facilitation, and a certificate for completing the course.