Working With Those Who Are, Or May Be Experiencing Domestic Abuse (Module 2) - formerly

Venue
Kingswood Civic Centre, High Street, Kingswood
venue
Event Tutors
HR Workforce Development
tutors
Admin Contact
HR Workforce Development (HRWorkforceDevelopment@southglos.gov.uk)
Target Audience
Adopters / Connected Carers / Foster Carers / Pre-Schools & Nurseries / Schools / Short Break Carers / Social Care Staff / Voluntary Sector Workers
target audience
Event Types
Course (daytime)
Course categories
Adopters and Foster Carers / Children and Young People / Safeguarding
Adopters and Foster Carers subcategories
CS2 - Safeguarding and Child Protection
Children and Young People subcategories
Children's Social Care / Early Years / Safeguarding Children
Safeguarding subcategories
Safeguarding Children
Event description
This 1-day course builds on the learning and skills gained through attending the Understanding and Responding to Domestic Abuse and Coercive Control (Module 1) training, with additional content around the following areas as set out below:
Learning outcomes
Learning Outcomes:
1. Explore the importance of early risk identification, intervention, and prevention
2. Highlight the need to apply a “Whole Family” approach into individual practice, further develop and enhance assessment of the victim's level of fear and the impact this has on them, their children, family, social and work life
3. Consider the need for evidencing professional concerns to enable an informed multi agency response
4. Explore the need to assess risk and formulate a safety plan for victims and children
5. Consider the DASH risk assessment tool and how it can be used to assess risk for adult victims
6. Identify the range and pattern of behaviours that enable a perpetrator to maintain or regain control of a partner, ex-partner or family member (power and coercive control)
7. Identify the potential for professionals to inadvertently collude with the perpetrator and the impact that may have on victims
8. Highlight the barriers to disclosing abuse to a professional and leaving an abusive relationship
9. Consider the professional responsibility in relation to the resilience of children who live with domestic abuse
10. Increase awareness of local services/care pathways for victims and the national approach
Start Date
Thursday 30 January 2020
End Date
Thursday 30 January 2020
Closing Date
Wednesday 29 January 2020
Times
09:30 - 16:30
Maximum Places
18 
Cost
£80.00 
Number of Sessions
1
Certificate expiry
No
Pass/Fail event
No