DA: Understanding coercive control and the multi-agency framework - EDUCATION ONLY
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Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) and Deputy/Assistant DSLs in Surrey educational settings only.
- To ensure that participants understand the complex nature of Domestic Abuse, the roles that everyone must play in identifying, supporting and signposting those affected by Domestic Abuse. · To promote positive and effective outcomes through partnership working and good practice.
To ensure that participants understand:
- the complex & pervasive nature of domestic abuse and, CCB
- the corrosive impact on Survivor and the need for a non-judgemental assessment of their needs.
- that everyone has to role to play in identifying, supporting and signposting those affected by domestic abuse.
- to understand and recognise the different aspects of domestic abuse
- to understand the impact of domestic abuse on survivors & their parenting capacity
- to understand the emotional, physical, psychological, social, developmental and physiological impact of DA on children
- how to deal appropriately with disclosures from children within the multi-agency framework.
- to understand the link between DA and Child to Parent Violence & Abuse.
- to develop awareness about the different types of behaviours used by perpetrators
- to professional protect themselves from manipulation by and collusion with perpetrators of CCB
- to acknowledge that perpetrators must take responsibility for their actions and access appropriate support.
Delegates should have completed the Domestic Abuse and Intimate Partner Violence E-Learning Package which is available here. Completing this in advance will enhance your learning experience.
Delegates should be aware that this course requires them to take part in individual, paired, small and whole group activities. Please advise the trainer of any concerns you may have before the course starts or as soon as possible.
Post event requirements
Completion of a Learning Action Plan and reflection on learning in supervision. Delegates should also work within their supervision and independently to consider the longer-term impact on their practice.
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|Early Years: Home-based childcarer/childminder||0|
|Early Years: Maintained Nurseries Schools and Classes||0|
|Early Years: Private, Voluntary, Independent Sector (Full day & Sessional Day Care)||0|
|Early Years: Sure Start Children Centres||0|
|Education: Academy||No Limit|
|Education: Independent school||No Limit|
|Education: Maintained school||No Limit|
|Further Education||No Limit|
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|Health: Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals||0|
|Health: Children and Family Health Surrey||0|
|Health: Clinical Commissioning Group||0|
|Health: Epsom and St Hellier Hospitals||0|
|Health: Frimley Park Hospital||0|
|Health: Private/Independent Health Sector||0|
|Health: Royal Surrey County Hospital||0|
|Health: Surrey and Sussex Health Care NHS Trust||0|
|HM Armed Forces||0|
|Out of School (Breakfast, After School, Holiday, Evening and Weekend Activities)||0|
|Probation: Kent, Sussex and Surrey Community Rehabilitation Company||0|
|Probation: National Probation Service||0|
|Sports and Leisure Organisation||0|
|Surrey CC: Children and Safeguarding||0|
|Surrey CC: Children's Services||0|
|Surrey CC: Commissioning and Prevention||0|
|Surrey CC: Other||0|
|Surrey CC: Public Health||0|
|Surrey CC: Schools and Learning||0|