Coercive Control Awareness - 2 hours CPD. (Level 3 intercollegiate guidance.)

Represents 2 hours CPD. (Level 3 intercollegiate guidance.)

Also acts as a refresher course

Course Dates

15th June 2021- pilot

Duration

This is a two hour course and runs from 10:00-12:00

Facilitators:

Janine Edwards, Safeguarding Training and Development Manager

Rachel Axtell SBC Domestic Abuse Partnership Co-ordinator

Maximum Capacity:

10

Target group

Practitioners working face to face with Adult and child victims of Domestic Abuse.

All attendees should have a

competent knowledge of DA

Aims and objectives

This training will help professionals identify signs and assess risk as well as provide help to victims. It will also incorporate the new legislation to support conviction of coercive and controlling behaviour (CCB).

Learning outcomes: At the end of the seminar, practitioners will be able to:

 Recognise the signs of coercive control

 Understand the impact on the victims (Adults and Children)

 understand support available and referral processes

 Overcome common barriers/challenges to providing support

For more information and to book

If you have any queries about the content of the course and/or its suitability for you please contact our training and development manager Janine.edwards@slough.gov.uk

Dates

October 2021

Date Time Duration Location Places Available  
12/10/2021 10:00-12:00 1 Day 0 Fully Booked

November 2021

Date Time Duration Location Places Available  
30/11/2021 10:00-12:00 1 Day 3 Book

February 2022

Date Time Duration Location Places Available  
09/02/2022 10:00-12:00 1 Day 9 Book