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Domestic Abuse: Screening and Safeguarding (online course)

Outline:

This introductory course will give you an overview of domestic abuse, how it manifests itself and how you can identify if your client may have been a victim. Developed by Resolution's Domestic Abuse Committee, this course provides practical information and guidance on how to screen for domestic abuse and provide safeguarding.

The essential skills you will learn:

  • How to assess what is happening emotionally in your client’s family and how to ensure that enough support is in place
  • How to conduct an interview with a client from an issue of financial disclosure through to disclosure about a safeguarding issue
  • How to communicate with your client about their experience of domestic abuse
  • How to discuss children matters where there is a safeguarding matter in a domestic abuse case

The knowledge you will learn:

  • The current situation of domestic abuse in the country
  • When to disclose to a social services about the welfare of a child
  • The steps required to safeguard a child or children in a domestic abuse case
  • The typical legal considerations to bear in mind when considering legal remedies for a domestic abuse case
CPD points:
Estimated learning time 3 hours
Cost:
£40 (inc. VAT) Resolution members, £60 (inc. VAT) non-members
How to book:
The course can be completed online at your convenience and is estimated to take 4 hours in total.

Please download and complete the relevant booking form below and return with a cheque to Resolution Central Office PO BOX 302, Orpington, Kent, BR6 8QX or DX 154460 Petts Wood 3
Subjects
Domestic abuse, STC2018

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Start date: 18 May 18

Dates Location Venue
Online
18-05-1831-12-18
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