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  • September 29, 2021
  • Wednesday, 6.15 PM to 9.15 PM
  • MBK Training Ltd

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Understanding the Dynamics of Domestic Abuse – Professional Curiosity Saves Lives

Zoom Online

Wednesday, 6.15 PM to 9.15 PM
September 29, 2021

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Understanding the Dynamics of Domestic Abuse – Professional Curiosity Saves Lives

Zoom Online

Wednesday, 6.15 PM to 9.15 PM
September 29, 2021

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This  interactive and thought-provoking training course is suitable for all staff within schools and early years education as well as any agency or organisation working with children and families.  A whole team approach is the most effective safeguarding measure. This training seeks to develop professional knowledge around the devastating impact of domestic abuse on adults and children. It  challenges the myths and stereotypes around abuse and  gives staff the confidence to be professionally curious and to “think the unthinkable”.

The recent Transforming the Response to Domestic Abuse, Consultation Response and Draft Bill (HM Government 2019) highlighted the top 3 professional groups that needed to do more to recognise the signs of domestic abuse, Education being one. This training is embedded in the principles of “Getting it right first time” and supporting professionals in what is a complex, challenging and emotive area. Survivors of abuse say they are more likely to disclose if asked the question and dealt with in an empathetic manner by confident professionals. This training is critical in improving the lives of many suffering in silence and delivering against the key objective of safeguarding. The training is targeted at a whole school approach for all staff, as domestic abuse is “Everyone’s business”.

This course will :
· Develop a professional’s knowledge and confidence around the dynamics of domestic abuse and coercive control on adults and children.
· Equip delegates with the skills and knowledge that will enable them to provide a proactive, responsive, and safe service to families experiencing domestic violence and abuse.
· Equip delegates with the knowledge and confidence to ask the question and signpost victims to specialist services and schemes.
· Explore why victims find it hard to disclose and leave abusive relationships (risk of homicide). As well as some of the tactics used by perpetrators.
· Challenge the myths and stereotypes around abuse.
· Provide delegates with the confidence to be professionally curious and think the unthinkable.
· Better understand the whole community response to domestic abuse and how to refer. Think family.
· Develop knowledge around Multi Agency Risk Assessments Conferences (MARAC) process and how to refer.
· Understand the links to other vulnerabilities such as drugs, alcohol, age, disability, and pregnancy.


Fees and Booking

This course costs £60.
More information and booking available via Website Link.

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