Champions Network Domestic & Sexual Abuse

2 Days Training

Day 1 - Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Training

Day 2 - Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conferences (MARAC)

This course aims to provide participants with the understanding of the complex nature of Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence; the roles that everyone has to play in identifying, supporting and signposting those affected by it and to promote positive and effective outcomes through partnership working and good practice.

The course is aimed at all staff who work directly with children and young people.  Participants should have already completed Safeguarding eLearning and Safeguarding responsibilities, threshold guidance and referral process (Safeguarding Awareness).   

By the end of the session you will:

         Be able to demonstrate recognition of domestic abuse and/or sexual violence and its impact upon victims and their families.

         Feel more informed about the systems and processes of early identification, intervention, referral and support available from agencies.

         Be a recognised Champion; who is the lead contact for domestic and sexual abuse issues within their agency.

For further details please see the - Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse Champions leafletthis external link will open in a new window

Duration: 2 x full day courses (10.00 to 16:00)

Cost:  Courses are provided free of charge to non-profit making organisations and LSCB member organisations See the LSCB Training Programme and Learning Events Brochurethis external link will open in a new window for more information.

Dates and venues:

South

Future dates TBC

North

Future Dates TBC

West

Future dates TBC

To book your place on this course:

You should email Julie Nugent (Impact Housing) with your name, contact details including your work email address. You will then receive a confirmation email.

Please note, only delegates who have followed this process will be allocated a place on the training as places are limited.

Contact - Julie Nugent at Julien@impacthousing.org.uk

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