Hafan Cymru Training Services
Hafan Cymru Training Services provides a range of accredited and non-accredited training opportunities to the public, private and voluntary sectors and to individuals in the community. Hafan Cymru is an accredited training provider with Agored Cymru (Centre Number 7134) and OCR (Centre Number 72734). All training is facilitated by experienced practitioners and qualified tutors.
Training for Professionals
Our tiered training courses provide opportunity for employees to develop their skills and invest in their Continuous Professional Development. All course are designed to increase skills and knowledge and to develop working practice. Courses are bespoke to meet your individual and organisation needs.
Domestic Abuse Awareness Training
Employees from the voluntary, statutory and private sectors who work in a public facing role would benefit from this training.
The Domestic Abuse Awareness training aims to raise understanding of abuse, enable individuals to recognise the signs of abuse and give practitioners the confidence to know where to signpost those affected for support. The course is facilitated by experienced practitioners and trainers who will also provide information of Domestic Abuse services available and referral processes locally and nationally.
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Training Services Core Courses
Domestic Abuse Awareness ½ day
The aim of the training is to raise understanding of abuse, enable individuals to recognise the signs of abuse and give practitioners the confidence to know where to signpost those affected for support, as well as responding to any disclosures of abuse appropriately.
Domestic Abuse Awareness Full day
Building from the half day awareness training, with the added learning of processes such as the DASH RIC (Domestic Abuse Stalking & Harassment Risk Indicator Checklist) and attending a MARAC (Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference) to share information.
Older People and Domestic Abuse
This training aims to increase learners awareness of the dynamics of older people within an abusive relationship whether it is an intimate relationship or family members as perpetrators and how to best provide services to those in need.
This course is aimed at providing knowledge of coercive control with an overview of the offence as part of the Serious Crime Act December 2015. Learners will understand what coercive control is and its function within an abusive relationship, the effects and impacts on those who experience it, what types of abuse are involved and how they can best support victims and/or refer to specialist services.
A comprehensive full day course that is based on the Social Care Framework ‘Induction to Safeguarding’ which provides a standardised approach to Safeguarding awareness training.
Managing Risk and Working Effectively
Aimed at all professionals working with clients who have experienced domestic abuse. To increase knowledge of the risks involved with supporting service users, how to keep ourselves safe and familiarise learners with some of the available assessment tools. This training will also cover establishing and maintaining a professional approach with service users and external agencies.
Client based learning
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