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Dynamics of Domestic Abuse, DASH Risk Assessment & MARAC

Duration

1 day

Course Overview



Domestic violence - or the more up-to-date term domestic abuse - is prevalent within UK society. This course will take a comprehensive approach to defining and recognising domestic abuse, enabling delegates to draw on good practice models of support and community-based resources. There will also be an opportunity to practice the skills necessary in providing effective support to customers experiencing domestic abuse.

Learning Outcomes



By the end of this course, delegates will have covered:
  • The range of behaviours involved in defining domestic violence/abuse
  • Prevalence within heterosexual and LGBTQIA+ relationships and communities
  • The impact on survivors, children and the community
  • Practical skills in supporting, advising and referring people
  • Community resources that assist survivors of domestic violence/abuse
  • Links to safeguarding and risk assessment/management procedures

  • Methods of Delivery



    The facilitator uses a variety of methods including PowerPoint presentation, flipchart work, plenary discussion and subgroup work to ensure that all course objectives are met.
    • Course Content
    • Audience
    • Training Considerations
    • Certification
    • Related Courses

    Course Content

    • Domestic Violence/Abuse: definitions and prevalence
    • The legal framework, including criminal and civil law
    • Impact on individuals, families and communities
    • Best practice in supporting and advising people
    • Community-based resources and multi-agency forums

    Target Audience

    This course will be useful for frontline staff who support people affected by domestic violence/abuse.

    Training Considerations

    The facilitator acknowledges that this can be an emotive topic and delegates will be encouraged to develop group ground rules to help establish a safe, open forum for delegates to exchange views and practice. Additionally, delegates will be provided with learner notes to review before the course so they can prepare for the day and keep for future reference. These will include a number of references, websites and practical exercise to inform delegates' future practice. Before the course date, please read and gain an understanding of the risk assessment tool used at your organisation.

    Certification

    Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.

    Related Courses

    Modern Slavery
    Child Sexual Exploitation
    Forced Marriage and Honour-Based Abuse
    Working with Women who use Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse (IPVA)
     
    Dynamics of Domestic Abuse, DASH Risk Assessment & MARAC
    Duration: 1 day

    Course overview:

    Domestic violence - or the more up-to-date term domestic abuse - is prevalent within UK society. This course will take a comprehensive approach to defining and recognising domestic abuse, enabling delegates to draw on good practice models of support and community-based resources. There will also be an opportunity to practice the skills necessary in providing effective support to customers experiencing domestic abuse.

    Learning outcomes:

    By the end of this course, delegates will have covered:
    · The range of behaviours involved in defining domestic violence/abuse
    · Prevalence within heterosexual and LGBTQIA+ relationships and communities
    · The impact on survivors, children and the community
    · Practical skills in supporting, advising and referring people
    · Community resources that assist survivors of domestic violence/abuse
    · Links to safeguarding and risk assessment/management procedures



    Methods of delivery:

    The facilitator uses a variety of methods including PowerPoint presentation, flipchart work, plenary discussion and subgroup work to ensure that all course objectives are met.

    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    · Domestic Violence/Abuse: definitions and prevalence
    · The legal framework, including criminal and civil law
    · Impact on individuals, families and communities
    · Best practice in supporting and advising people
    · Community-based resources and multi-agency forums



    TARGET AUDIENCE
    This course will be useful for frontline staff who support people affected by domestic violence/abuse.

    TRAINING CONSIDERATIONS
    The facilitator acknowledges that this can be an emotive topic and delegates will be encouraged to develop group ground rules to help establish a safe, open forum for delegates to exchange views and practice. Additionally, delegates will be provided with learner notes to review before the course so they can prepare for the day and keep for future reference. These will include a number of references, websites and practical exercise to inform delegates' future practice.

    Before the course date, please read and gain an understanding of the risk assessment tool used at your organisation.

    CERTIFICATION
    Upon completion of the course, the delegates will receive a certificate of attendance.


    RELATED COURSES
    Modern Slavery
    Child Sexual Exploitation
    Forced Marriage and Honour-Based Abuse
    Working with Women who use Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse (IPVA)

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