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Domestic Abuse Update: A Bite Size Session

Course Title:
Domestic Abuse Update: A Bite Size Session
Course Code:
DV1: Bitesized
Description:

‘Domestic abuse destroys lives. It is a cruel and complex crime that can affect anyone, leaving physical and emotional scars that can last a lifetime. No one should have to suffer the pain of this abhorrent crime, particularly at the hands of those closest to them. Children should not have to witness violence and abuse in their own homes. We have a duty to support victims and prevent people from being hurt.’ Transforming the Response to Domestic Abuse Consultation Response and Draft Bill January 2019

Violent Domestic Abuse is usually easier to identify whereas controlling and coercive behaviour and financial abuse can be more difficult. All cases require professionals to work effectively in partnership to reduce the risk to victims and children and to ensure that they are effectively supported. Research and practice tells practitioners that domestic abuse has significantly harmful effects on children’s safety, welfare and longer-term life chances.

Please note that if you are booking from Education Services or from outside the Boroughs of Richmond and Kingston there will be a booking fee of £30

  Scheduled Dates For Course:
Course DateEnd Date of RegistrationTimeVenue
21/05/2020 14/05/2020 12:00-14:00 The Salon, York House, Richmond Road, Twickenham, TW1 3AA
Course Duration:
2 Hours
  Delivered By:
  Aimed At:

 Multi-Agency

  Aim:

This intensive 2 hour training session will help you to recognise and respond effectively where domestic abuse is present, consider the changes introduced by the Draft Domestic Abuse Bill 2019 and help you identify and understand what factors increase risk and help you identify ways to reduce these risks and provide support.

  Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this course you will: 

  • Understand the prevalence of domestic abuse
  • Understand the definition of Domestic abuse and changes introduced by the Draft Domestic Abuse Bill 2019
  • Considered some of the effects of domestic abuse on adults and children at different ages and developmental stages
  • Developed your skills in assessing risk and contributing to plans for families where domestic abuse is present
  • Understand how to work in partnership to reduce risk and support victims (MARAC)
  Minimum Requirements:

 N/A

  Reading Material:
No Course Material Available