Safer is developing its tiered training programme which it will be rolling out more fully in 2017. Safer also supports conferences, offers bespoke training and provides different speakers throughout the year relating to domestic abuse.
Domestic Abuse Awareness Training: Tier 1
This one day multi-agency course is offered for Managers within States Departments, Human Resources staff, front-line States employees, working in Health, Education, Social Work, the Police, Social Security, Housing, Probation, plus people working in Voluntary Agencies, and all those dealing with potential victims and their families.
The course provides an overview of domestic abuse and challenges commonly held beliefs, attitudes and assumptions about domestic abuse. Amongst the issues covered are:
- The different categories of abuse
- Why people may stay in abusive relationships
- How children may be affected by domestic abuse
- Good practice and interagency working
- The leaving process and issues to consider when leaving an abusive relationship
The course will include a brief presentation by local specialist domestic abuse agencies about their different roles.
The next training is on 4th October at the Mignot Memorial Hospital Alderney.
To apply, please contact Safer’s Administrative Officer by email email@example.com or by telephone 07839 777267 with your name, organisation, contact number and email address.
Please note: although there is currently no charge for our tier one training, there is a no-show/late cancellation fee of £25. Donations towards refreshments are gratefully received on the day.
If you wish to attend a tier two session we do ask that you have attended the tier one training within the last three years to give you a good basic understanding of domestic abuse.
Domestic Abuse Training: Tier 2
Safer trainers are currently developing several tier two training sessions and these will be available to book in the near future. Areas covered will include:
- Risk Identification and the MARAC
- The Impact of Domestic Abuse on Children
- Domestic Abuse and Diversity
- Domestic Abuse and Health
- Working with perpetrators
- Stalking and Harassment
If you wish to be added to our mailing list to receive further information as soon as it becomes available please complete the contact form below or contact Safer’s Administrative Officer by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 07839 777267 with your name, organisation, contact number and email address.
Domestic Abuse Training: Early Years
This half-day training session is offered to members of staff involved with young children. The objectives of the course are:
- To increase understanding of domestic abuse and the different categories of abuse
- To increase understanding of the links between domestic abuse and child abuse
- To raise awareness of the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people, including how that impact may manifest itself over the early stages of child development (pre-birth to 5 years)
- To expand knowledge of the risks that can be presented to children and young people experiencing domestic abuse, especially post-separation abuse and violence
- To enable staff to respond effectively to disclosures of domestic abuse
- To provide current best practice guidelines and legislation to keep safe children that have witnessed or experienced domestic abuse
If you wish to receive further information on future dates and be added to our mailing list please complete a contact form below or contact Safer’s Administrative Officer by email email@example.com or by telephone 07839 777267 with your name, organisation, contact number and email address.
Domestic Abuse Training: Bespoke Sessions
We are delighted to have been able to offer bespoke training sessions in the past to many different groups and organisations including youth clubs, church groups and other organisations who may come into contact with domestic abuse victims or perpetrators and would like to know how to recognise it and what to do following a disclosure.
Whether you would like a short talk in the evening to your volunteers, a session targeted at your particular client group or training for your HR department on how employers can support employees experiencing abuse, please contact us to discuss your needs. You can either complete a contact form below or contact Safer’s Administrative Officer by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 07839 777267.