Richmond and Wandsworth TPD Online | Domestic Abuse - impact on children (Covid 19)

Domestic Abuse - impact on children (Covid 19)
Event Code
SCB/21/0159
Venue
Virtual Learning, .
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Trainers
Rahana Hussain
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Target Audiences
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Event Types
Course, Virtual Learning
Event categories
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Subjects
14-19, Adolescents, After School Care, Anti-bullying, Attachment Theory, Behaviour & Attendance, Child Development, Disability & Special Needs, Domestic Violence / Abuse, Emotional, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Engaging Children & Families, Escorting Children & Young People, Family Assessment, Family Support, Fostering, Groupwork, Lead Professional, Looked after Children, Multi-agency Working, NQTs (Newly Qualified Teachers), Parental Substance Misuse, Participation & Consultation, PSHE, Race, Safeguarding (Adults), Safeguarding (Children & Young People), SEN (Special Educational Needs), Sexual Exploitation, Social Care, Social Work (Children & Young People), Social Work (Core Training), Substance Misuse, Team Around the Child, Teenage Pregnancy & Parents, Transition, Values, Violence, Volunteering, Working with fathers, Young Carers, Young People, Youth Work
Event description
This course looks at the signs and indicators of domestic abuse and also how it impacts on the parenting capacity and affects on children.

It covers how to address instances of domestic abuse and get support, so it is also beneficial to those working with adults.

There will be information on what is happening locally to children young people and their families.

You will be asked to pledge 'how can I make a difference?
Training objectives
Participants will:

Be able to identify indicators of domestic abuse
Have knowledge of legislation
Understand the dynamics within victim/survivor/perpetrator relationships and not take sides
Have explored the learning from a recent CSPR formerly (SCR) and recommendations from a local Domestic Homicide Review (DHR)
Know how to support children and their families who are experiencing domestic abuse - 'What do survivors say'
Know the different areas of abuse and the impact it can have on individual children and their families
Be able to signpost and access resources for help and support
Understand the roles and responsibilities of partner agencies
Have made a pledge 'how can I make a difference?

Inform participants on what is happening locally to children young people and their families


Learning outcomes
Participants will:

Be able to identify indicators of domestic abuse
Have knowledge of legislation
Understand the dynamics within victim/survivor/perpetrator relationships and not take sides
Have explored the learning from a recent CSPR formerly (SCR) and recommendations from a local Domestic Homicide Review (DHR)
Know how to support children and their families who are experiencing domestic abuse - 'What do survivors say'
Know the different areas of abuse and the impact it can have on individual children and their families
Be able to signpost and access resources for help and support
Understand the roles and responsibilities of partner agencies
Have made a pledge 'how can I make a difference?

Inform participants on what is happening locally to children young people and their families
Additional Information
You will be asked to pledge 'how can I make a difference?
Enquiries
Start Date
Thursday 25 February 2021
End Date
Thursday 25 February 2021
Closing Date
Thursday 25 February 2021
Times
09:30 - 13:30
Maximum Places
20 
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1

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