Domestic Abuse and Child Protection : Face to Face Course Full Day 09:30 – 16:30 (Arrival and Registration between 09:00 and 09:25 for a 09:30 start)
Course Description and Outcomes
This course explores the latest practice and developments relating to child victims of domestic abuse and the impact of violence, control and coercion on child and adolescent development. It examines the types of domestic abuse, increased times of risk for children and adult victims as well as how to have supportive and safe conversations that help improve outcomes for children and families. It also will improve awareness of work with perpetrators of domestic abuse and the range of support services and processes for victims and perpetrators.
Who is this course for?
This course is aimed at any staff supporting children, young people and their families as well as adult focused workers needing to consider the impact of adult behaviour on children and young people.
There is a cost to attend this course for all partner agencies including the statutory and voluntary sectors. Some agencies have a pre-paid funding arrangement with us meaning the cost of attendance is already covered. These are:
- Devon and Cornwall Police
- Plymouth City Council
- Devon Integrated Care Board
- City College Plymouth
- Livewell Southwest
- Plymouth Hospitals Trust
- All Children’s Centre’s
- All Childminders
- All Nursery/Pre-school Settings
If you don’t work for any of the above agencies or services the cost to attend is £85 per person.
How can I book a space and what are the dates and times?
You can book a space using our Microsoft Form online application below.