Date(s) - 18/05/2020
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
This course is aimed at: Teachers, SENDCos, Safeguarding Leads, TAs , ELSAs , LMs, Parents, other child services
To develop an understanding of domestic abuse and its different forms in order to facilitate early intervention and effective support interventions.
• Through studying real life case studies, participants will be better able to identify, and under-stand, the impact of domestic abuse on children, young people and their families.
• For participants to gain effective ways of communicating, intervening and supporting children, with a particular focus on ‘difficult conversations’ and narratives in the context of domestic abuse.
• Those attending the course to gain potential ways of increasing and developing support for school-based staff in their individual settings.
There is a cost of £90 to attend this training, however places are funded for police, children’s services and health staff to attend.
Please contact Rebecca for all enquiries and to access a booking form: firstname.lastname@example.org