Training Courses Available

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Training Services offers a wide range of courses for professionals, staff and volunteers across all sectors.  Training Services staff have vast experience from many avenues of support and develop bespoke training courses upon request.  Accreditation for select courses is also available upon request.

 

Child & Adolescent to Parent Violence & Abuse

Half Day Course

Child & Adolescent to Parent Violence and Abuse (CAPVA) is the most hidden, misunderstood and stigmatised form of family violence; a pattern of aggressive, abusive and violent acts of a prolonged period of time by children, to their parents.

Front line practitioners report that whilst APVA continues to be underreported, it is rapidly becoming recognized as a prevalent form of domestic abuse impacting families.

This is a 3 hour online awareness raising session aimed at all professionals working with children, young people and families. The session will introduce an overview of CAPVA, including supporting learners to recognise the signs and symptoms and consider the impact of CAPVA on young people and adults alike. Learners will be encouraged to consider the wider risk factors and other forms of abuse where CAPVA is occurring within families and will be supported to understand referral and support routes in their day to day practice.

 

Child Sexual Exploitation

Half Day Course

 

Raising awareness of child sexual exploitation, this training will explore the issues around grooming, sexting trafficking and child sexual exploitation.

 

 

Domestic Abuse Awareness

Full or Half Day Course

Available as a full or half day course, this training raises understanding of abuse, enables 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.

Awareness of Coercive & Controlling Behaviour is increasing following the laws implemented in Section 76 of the Serious Crime Act 2015 and carrying a maximum sentence of 5 years.

Our course will provide information of 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 to best support victims and/or refer to specialist services.

The full day course also includes 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.

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Effects of Domestic Abuse on Children & Young People

Half Day Course

This course will raise awareness of the complex nature of domestic abuse and develop an understanding of the cycle of abuse. Raising your knowledge of how abusive relationships can affect children and children’s roles and behaviours. We aim to develop your understanding of manipulation and collusion of domestic abuse and the effects on children.

 

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Two Hour Course

Explores the legality of FGM in the UK and considers how someone undergoing FGM might be affected both physically and emotionally. This course enables individuals to recognise the signs of FGM and give practitioners the confidence to know where to signpost those affected for support, as well as responding to any disclosures appropriately.

 

Forced Marriage

Two Hour Course

Image result for forced marriage UKThis course aims to:

• Provide an understanding of the term ‘Forced Marriage’

• Enable recognition of the signs and how someone might be affected

• Provide information on how risk is assessed and managed

• Give information on forensic processes and what happens after a disclosure

• Explore the ethical framework when disclosed or suspected

• Provide information on legislation

• Provide information on where to signpost individuals for support

 

Honour Based Violence

Two Hour Course

This course aims to:

• Provide an understanding of Honour Based Violence (HBV)

• Give information on legislation and policy for HBV

• Provide an understanding of how risk is assessed and managed when HBV is disclosed or suspected

• Provide information on the forensic processes following a disclosure

• Explore the ethical framework used when HBV is disclosed or suspected

• Know how to access support for those affected by HBV

VAWDASV & Complex Needs

Half Day Course

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Safeguarding 

Provides updates in legislation and procedures in line with the All Wales guidance, increasing knowledge on recognising signs, reporting and keeping self and others safe.

 

 

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