Children and young people affected by domestic abuse training

 

Too Much, Too Young: The Impact of Domestic Abuse on Children.

A on day training course which explores the impacts of domestic abuse on babies and young children, in utero and beyond. It includes current messages from the field of neuroscience and ideas for building resilience.

 

Teen Relationship Training (cascade training).

Teen Relationship Training (one day) provides you with a tried and tested lesson plan for delivering lessons or workshops with young people 14 and above on the topic of abusive relationships.  Based on a short film, the resources included provide an endless number of follow on sessions, should you wish to work more in-depth with your groups.  The course also includes training on understanding domestic abuse in young people’s relationships.

 

Working with young people in abusive relationships.

This two day course gives you a more comprehensive understanding of the prevalence, dynamics and impacts of abusive relationships amongst young people.  Delegates will be shown ideas for engaging and facilitating young people that they work with, and for risk assessing and safety planning individuals who are at risk.  It is important that professionals are trained in the Young People’s RIC DASH before they use the tool.

 

Young people in abusive relationships (cascade training).

This two day training course is aimed at professionals who have experience of training and who hold responsibility in their organisation for skilling up other members of staff.  It is ideal for those that work in sectors such as youth sector, domestic abuse services, education, police, health, housing, YOT and other arenas in which contact with young people experiencing domestic abuse is likely.  Delegates are provided with session plans and materials for rolling out their own training/workshops or for providing the key messages to staff through other routes.