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Code: BH/19/1032 Unique Private Law and Domestic Abuse workshop

Private Law proceedings are a common feature of a social work case load, although common, they are also some of the most challenging work social workers undertake.

We try to keep focussed on the child however this can be difficult in the context of complex family dynamics particularly when domestic abuse is a concern.

There is a growing acknowledgement that training has been limited or non existent in this area and this will be the first of a series of workshops aimed to address this.

 

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1 01 October 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Brighton Town Hall - Committee Room 1 Map

Code: BH/19/0972 Effectively Engaging Male Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse

This course will provide a dynamic approach to improving skills for engaging  and developing  effective working relationships with male Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse.

 

 

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1 12 November 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Jubilee Library - Conference Room 1 Map

Code: BH/19/1105 Domestic Violence and Abuse: Risk Assessment and Safety Planning including an Introduction to the DASH Assessment (EVENT FULL)

This one day workshop will explore how Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) can affect people's lives and the role of professionals in intervening safely. Attendees will consider how to respond to disclosure of domestic abuse with empathy and how to assess someone's immediate safety, build an initial safety plan, refer to and liaise with specialist services.  

This course is primarily for frontline workers looking to increase their knowledge of DVA and who have a role in building support plans with a client who may have experienced domestic abuse. Typically this level of training is for nurses, accident and emergency doctors, adult social care staff, ambulance staff, children's centre staff, children and family social care staff, GPs, mental health professionals, midwives, health visitors, paediatricians, health and social care professionals in education (including school nurses), prison staff and alcohol and drug misuse workers. In some cases, it will also be relevant for youth workers.

This course is delivered by RISE.

 

 

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 15 November 2019 09:30 - 16:30 Brighton Town Hall - Committee Room 1 Map

Code: BH/19/1106 Domestic Violence and Abuse: Risk Assessment and Safety Planning including an Introduction to the DASH Assessment

This one day workshop will explore how Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA) can affect people's lives and the role of professionals in intervening safely. Attendees will consider how to respond to disclosure of domestic abuse with empathy and how to assess someone's immediate safety, build an initial safety plan, refer to and liaise with specialist services.  

This course is primarily for frontline workers looking to increase their knowledge of DVA and who have a role in building support plans with a client who may have experienced domestic abuse. Typically this level of training is for nurses, accident and emergency doctors, adult social care staff, ambulance staff, children's centre staff, children and family social care staff, GPs, mental health professionals, midwives, health visitors, paediatricians, health and social care professionals in education (including school nurses), prison staff and alcohol and drug misuse workers. In some cases, it will also be relevant for youth workers.

This course is delivered by RISE.

 

 

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 24 March 2020 09:30 - 16:30 Brighton Town Hall - Committee Room 1 Map