Date(s) - November 8, 2022
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
When: Tuesday 8th November 22, 10.00am – 1pm
Where: Online Training via Zoom
Number of spaces: 20 per session
As there is a maximum number of participants for this training course please can you register your expression of interest for this training by completing the booking form below, confirmation of your booking will be depended on number of applications and ensuring we have a spread of agencies in attendance.
This course is designed to help practitioners spot the signs of domestic abuse, coercive control and stalking and the impact it has on the victim/survivor to prevent potential suicides. The course will take you through some of the red flags, high-risk factors, suicide triggers, and how to ask meaningful questions to ensure women feel supported using a trauma-informed response It will further enable you to signpost vulnerable women to the right service so their voices are amplified. We will examine a case study and how you can best respond to put the learning into practice.
This training will be delivered by SOLACE Women’s Aid, please see below the learning objectives that will be covered in this session:
- Define and understand domestic abuse, coercive control and stalking
- Triggers for suicide when there is DA, CC or stalking
- Asking the right questions
- Responses and signposting
Suitable as Level 3 training for Health Professionals.
This training is one of the courses included in the partnership’s pilot scheme for charging for non-attendance.
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Bookings are closed for this event.