This full days training is available free to Lincolnshire practitioners who work either with adults or children who may be effected by domestic abuse.
The training looks at what domestic abuse is, what the risk is and how to identify it, assess it and manage it internally, what to do with a disclosure of domestic abuse, who your local domestic abuse specialist service is and what they can offer your client. The training also looks at the MARAC Process for the high risk cases of domestic abuse and how to refer a client into this process if deemed appropriate.
There are 6 training sessions still available from November 2015 to March 2016 across Lincolnshire, however, places will be highly sought after and will be on a first come first served basis after all elements of the below criteria have been achieved.
Criteria for attending this training is as follows:
- Delegates MUST have approval from their line manager to attend and the training be appropriate to their job role.
- Delegates MUST have completed either:
- the ‘Domestic abuse and the Impact on Children and Young People’ E-Learning module availa-ble via the LSCB website at www.lincolnshirelscb.org.uk/lscb
- or internal Domestic Abuse Awareness training
- Delegates DO NOT have to attend if they have attended any other Lincolnshire Multi-agency Domestic Abuse training since 2013.
- Delegates DO NOT need to attend if a similar package is available in house.
The Learning Outcomes:
• An increased knowledge of domestic abuse and the impact on victims and families
• Increased awareness of Risk identification, assessment and management
• An understanding of the specialist Domestic Abuse services available to standard and medium risk vic-tims in Lincolnshire and how to refer
• An understanding of the Independent Domestic Violence Advisor (IDVA) role for high risk victims
• A greater understanding of the Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) and how to refer high risk victims – with and without consent
• Greater understanding of Mental Capacity Issues in relation to domestic abuse
• Be able to consolidate and apply prior and new learning to improve practice with regard to Domestic Homicide Reviews, Mental Capacity Act and Risk in relation to domestic abuse
To book a place, just log in to the Learning Gateway: www.LinEA-Learning.co.uk
Go to the Requested Learning tab and click Course Request then select the face to face training event from the list. You will be asked to complete a very short application form and you can select your pre-ferred date from the list available.
For enquiries please contact: LSAB_workforce@lincolnshire.gov.uk / 01522 550662 / 554974