Domestic violence and abuse can take many forms but all have one purpose – to gain and maintain power and control over the victim. This course will take a comprehensive look at understanding why and how domestic violence and abuse can happen, the impact on those involved, and consider what effective approaches to working with children and families might be Practitioners working in education, health, social care and the police often come into contact with women, men and children who are experiencing domestic violence and abuse Appropriate training and awareness for such practitioners is vital to help them identify that the abuse is happening, be able to analyse risk, understand when this should be considered a child protection issue, and have a comprehensive understanding of their roles and responsibilities in responding to this issue
One Day: 9:30am – 4:00pm we can be flexible with times to suit your organisational requirements.
Who should attend the Domestic Violence and Abuse Training Course?
• Education sector ( including designated leads, pastoral support and head teachers )
• Early Years centres
• Foster carers (Fostering services)
• Residential Children’s homes
• Youth offending teams (YOTS)
• Social Workers
• Child Protection Services • Health practitioners
• Health visitors
• Dental practices
• General Practitioners surgeries
• Community safety teams
• Volunteers and Agency Staff
• Youth Service
Where Can I attend the Domestic Violence and Abuse Training Course?
In House – This Course is run nationwide including London, Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. We can also deliver this training course in house anywhere in the UK to suit your specific training needs by arrangement.
• Choosing your own venue gives greater convenience.
• Travelling and accommodation costs can be reduced or removed.
• A greater choice of course types are available.
• The course content can be tailored to your exact requirements.
• Businesses and Organisations can choose a suitable time to run their course.
• Courses can be run anywhere in the UK.
The aim of the course is to look comprehensively at domestic violence and abuse, the impact it can have and consider some effective responses when working with families and families. It will also enable practitioners to analyse risk, and have an understanding of when domestic violence and abuse should be considered a child protection issue
• Understand what it meant by the term ‘domestic violence and abuse’, and how prevalent it is currently known to be in the UK today
• Consider how and why the abuse can be perpetrated – The Duluth Power and Control Model
• Discuss what the indicators might be that domestic violence and abuse is happening in a family
• Understand how children perceive domestic violence and abuse, the impact it has on their lives, and how they can react
• Understand how domestic violence and abuse might impact on parenting capacity and children’s development
• Consider best practice in responding to concerns about domestic violence and abuse
• Analyse risk and understand when domestic violence and abuse should be considered a child protection issue
• Explore effective ways of working with families affected by this issue
On completion of this course a Certificate will be awarded to successful delegates.
Cost for this Training Course
We are confident that we can offer you a competitive price for all your Child Protection Training requirements. Call us directly on 0800 774 7034 and we will be able to discuss your requirements. Alternatively email ourselves at firstname.lastname@example.org any prices which are quoted are exclusive of VAT.