LIVE, ONLINE – Coercive Control (Sheffield workers)

Women in a training room listening to a coercive control workshop

Learn how to spot the signs of coercive control and how to support those who may be facing this abuse. This is a CPD accredited session.

Learning outcomes:

  • To enhance your awareness of coercive control and its prevalence
  • To explore the legal definition and legislation around coercive and controlling behaviour
  • To be able to identify coercive behaviour and spot the signs of this type of abuse
  • To share some strategies for gathering evidence and supporting clients to keep themselves safe.

We run a programme of domestic abuse training events throughout the year in collaboration with Sheffield City Council. These events are free and available to professionals working in Sheffield. We have limited places and it is therefore important that you only register for a course if you intend to attend. If you are unable to attend your course for any reason, you must unregister so someone else can take your place. IDAS will report repeat incidents of non-attendance to your direct report.

We operate a three strikes policy and non-attenders who miss three sessions will be blocked from registering for future IDAS training.

Understanding Coercive and Controlling Behaviour – CPD Accredited

This CPD accredited, half day course will delve into the dynamics of a coercive and controlling relationship by exploring the legislation in terms of the Serious Crimes Act 2015 and the Domestic abuse act 2021. Through an interactive programme you will begin to understand the cycle of abuse and how abusers use different tactics to maintain power and control over their victim. You will also gain knowledge in how to support victims of coercive and controlling behaviour when you receive a disclosure.  

Upon completion of the course you will be able to: 

  • Identify the signs that suggest someone is in a controlling relationship 
  • Explore the short term and long term impacts of coercive control on adults and children living in abusive home 
  • Explore the legal framework around coercive and controlling behaviour and the protection offered by the law 
  • Understand how professionals can help victims to recognise, name the abuse and to access support 
  • Gain increased knowledge in how specialist support can be provided to victims of coercive control including referral pathways and signposting 
  • Adopt a trauma informed approach when working with victims of coercive and controlling behaviour 

The course costs £45 and you will have the option to pay using a Debit or Credit card after registering. If you wish to pay by invoice, please contact us directly at training@idas.org.uk.

LIVE, ONLINE – Coercive Control (Sheffield workers)

Women in a training room listening to a coercive control workshop

Learn how to spot the signs of coercive control and how to support those who may be facing this abuse.

Learning outcomes:

  • To enhance your awareness of coercive control and its prevalence
  • To explore the legal definition and legislation around coercive and controlling behaviour
  • To be able to identify coercive behaviour and spot the signs of this type of abuse
  • To share some strategies for gathering evidence and supporting clients to keep themselves safe.

Understanding coercive and controlling behaviour – CPD accredited

This CPD accredited, half day course will delve into the dynamics of a coercive and controlling relationship by exploring the legislation in terms of the Serious Crimes Act 2015 and the Domestic Abuse Act 2021. Through an interactive programme you will begin to understand the cycle of abuse and how abusers use different tactics to maintain power and control over their victim. You will also gain knowledge in how to support victims of coercive and controlling behaviour when you receive a disclosure.

Upon completion of the course you will be able to:

· Identify the signs that suggest someone is in a controlling relationship

· Explore the short term and long term impacts of coercive control on adults and children living in an abusive home

· Explore the legal framework around coercive and controlling behaviour and the protection offered by the law

· Understand how professionals can help victims to recognise, name the abuse and to access support

· Gain increased knowledge in how specialist support can be provided to victims of coercive control including referral pathways and signposting

· Adopt a trauma informed approach when working with victims of coercive and controlling behaviour

The course costs £35 and you will have the option to pay using a Debit or Credit card after registering. You will also be given the opportunity to request an invoice at this stage if you prefer. All invoice requests must be received within 7 days of registration, otherwise your place will be cancelled.

Our training events are usually heavily oversubscribed. If there are no places left for this training session, please email us at: training@idas.org.uk and we will let you know when new dates become available.

LIVE, ONLINE – Coercive Control (Sheffield workers)

Women in a training room listening to a coercive control workshop

Learn how to spot the signs of coercive control and how to support those who may be facing this abuse.

Learning outcomes:

  • To enhance your awareness of coercive control and its prevalence
  • To explore the legal definition and legislation around coercive and controlling behaviour
  • To be able to identify coercive behaviour and spot the signs of this type of abuse
  • To share some strategies for gathering evidence and supporting clients to keep themselves safe.

Understanding coercive and controlling behaviour – CPD accredited

This CPD accredited, half day course will delve into the dynamics of a coercive and controlling relationship by exploring the legislation in terms of the Serious Crimes Act 2015 and the Domestic Abuse Act 2021. Through an interactive programme you will begin to understand the cycle of abuse and how abusers use different tactics to maintain power and control over their victim. You will also gain knowledge in how to support victims of coercive and controlling behaviour when you receive a disclosure.

Upon completion of the course you will be able to:

· Identify the signs that suggest someone is in a controlling relationship

· Explore the short term and long term impacts of coercive control on adults and children living in an abusive home

· Explore the legal framework around coercive and controlling behaviour and the protection offered by the law

· Understand how professionals can help victims to recognise, name the abuse and to access support

· Gain increased knowledge in how specialist support can be provided to victims of coercive control including referral pathways and signposting

· Adopt a trauma informed approach when working with victims of coercive and controlling behaviour

The course costs £35 and you will have the option to pay using a Debit or Credit card after registering. You will also be given the opportunity to request an invoice at this stage if you prefer. All invoice requests must be received within 7 days of registration, otherwise your place will be cancelled.

Our training events are usually heavily oversubscribed. If there are no places left for this training session, please email us at: training@idas.org.uk and we will let you know when new dates become available.

LIVE, ONLINE – Coercive Control (Sheffield workers)

Women in a training room listening to a coercive control workshop

Learn about how to spot the signs of coercive control and how to support those who may be facing this abuse.

Learning outcomes:

  • To enhance your awareness of Coercive Control.
  • To explain and understand in relation to definition and legislation.
  • To be able to identify coercive behaviour and spot the signs.
  • To offer you some strategies for gathering evidence and supporting clients.

LIVE, ONLINE – Coercive Control (Sheffield workers)

Women in a training room listening to a coercive control workshop

Learn about how to spot the signs of coercive control and how to support those who may be facing this abuse.

Learning outcomes:

  • To enhance your awareness of Coercive Control.
  • To explain and understand in relation to definition and legislation.
  • To be able to identify coercive behaviour and spot the signs.
  • To offer you some strategies for gathering evidence and supporting clients.

LIVE, ONLINE – Coercive Control (Sheffield workers)

Women in a training room listening to a coercive control workshop

Learn about how to spot the signs of coercive control and how to support those who may be facing this abuse.

Learning outcomes:

  • To enhance your awareness of Coercive Control.
  • To explain and understand in relation to definition and legislation.
  • To be able to identify coercive behaviour and spot the signs.
  • To offer you some strategies for gathering evidence and supporting clients.

LIVE, ONLINE – Coercive Control (Sheffield workers)

Women in a training room listening to a coercive control workshop

Learn about how to spot the signs of coercive control and how to support those who may be facing this abuse.

Learning outcomes:

  • To enhance your awareness of Coercive Control.
  • To explain and understand in relation to definition and legislation.
  • To be able to identify coercive behaviour and spot the signs.
  • To offer you some strategies for gathering evidence and supporting clients.