LIVE, ONLINE SESSION – Risk Assessment and MARAC

Course overview

  • Understand risk management for victims of DA.
  • Understand the DASH and how it is used.
  • Understand the purpose of MARAC

Learning outcomes

By the end of the workshop participants should:

  • Recognise levels of risk for victims of DA
  • Understand how/ when to use the DASH risk assessment
  • Understand the purpose of MARAC
  • Understand how IDAS can support to keep victims safe.

Who is this course suitable for?

This workshop is suitable for professionals and partners who may work with members of the public and people affected by domestic abuse.

Volunteer Bite-Size Training- DASH Risk Assessments (The Risk Identification Checklist)

Learning Outcomes:

The aims of this training are to develop an understanding of risk in the context of domestic abuse survivors. This training will teach you how to use the risk identification checklist when working within the multi-agency context. We will discuss the dynamics of risk and the importance of professional judgement within the MARAC (multi-agency risk assessment conference) framework.

Please only sign up for this session if you are an IDAS volunteer.

IDAS Volunteer pre-training protocol

We want you to get the best out of training and feel supported and secure. Please follow the following protocol once you have been invited to our online training sessions:

  • Please be punctual, we will invite you into the group at the time allocated on the invite.
  • Allow time for yourself to access the training in its entirety.
  • Ensure you are in a private space with minimal chance of interruption.
  • If you are inadvertently disturbed, please mute yourself and turn your camera off.
  • Please note you can use the chatbox to query the whole group or to send a direct message to the facilitator.
  • Do not share a training log in details with anyone else.
  • If you experience any difficulties accessing ZOOM please contact the host or the member of staff responsible for your invitation.

LIVE, ONLINE SESSION – Domestic Abuse – Risk Assessment and MARAC (Sheffield workers)

Woman participating in an online training session

Learn about the signs and indicators of domestic abuse and about the referrals and pathways into MARAC.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Be familiar with signs of domestic abuse, risk assessing and MARAC processes as a whole and each agency’s role within that system;
  • Have raised awareness of the realities and effects of domestic abuse on children and adults;
  • Be able to identify resources in Sheffield to support victims of domestic abuse;
  • Be aware of the prevalence of domestic abuse in Sheffield; and
  • Be familiar with basic knowledge of the legal framework and policies relating to domestic abuse and safeguarding.
  • Develop skills in using the Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Harassment and Honour Based Violence risk assessment tool to identify risk in cases;
  • Be able to identify indicators of risk to victims of domestic abuse and their children;
  • Have a better understanding of how cases are referred to the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) to promote effective multi-agency planning, to increase safety of children and their carers; and
  • Be familiar with the MARAC process.

This course is suitable for all staff and carers working with children and young people and who are involved in multi-agency partnerships.

It is advisable to complete “Domestic Abuse signs, indicators and referral Pathways” BEFORE you complete  “Domestic abuse, risk assessment and MARAC” as the second course builds upon the first course.

LIVE, ONLINE SESSION – Domestic Abuse – Risk Assessment and MARAC (Sheffield workers)

Woman participating in an online training session

Learn about the signs and indicators of domestic abuse and about the referrals and pathways into MARAC.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Be familiar with signs of domestic abuse, risk assessing and MARAC processes as a whole and each agency’s role within that system;
  • Have raised awareness of the realities and effects of domestic abuse on children and adults;
  • Be able to identify resources in Sheffield to support victims of domestic abuse;
  • Be aware of the prevalence of domestic abuse in Sheffield; and
  • Be familiar with basic knowledge of the legal framework and policies relating to domestic abuse and safeguarding.
  • Develop skills in using the Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Harassment and Honour Based Violence risk assessment tool to identify risk in cases;
  • Be able to identify indicators of risk to victims of domestic abuse and their children;
  • Have a better understanding of how cases are referred to the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) to promote effective multi-agency planning, to increase safety of children and their carers; and
  • Be familiar with the MARAC process.

This course is suitable for all staff and carers working with children and young people and who are involved in multi-agency partnerships.

Domestic abuse signs, indicators and referral pathways and MARAC combined course (Sheffield workers)

Woman listening to training session

Learn about the signs and indicators of domestic abuse and about the referrals and pathways into MARAC.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Be familiar with signs of domestic abuse, risk assessing and MARAC processes as a whole and each agency’s role within that system;
  • Have raised awareness of the realities and effects of domestic abuse on children and adults;
  • Be able to identify resources in Sheffield to support victims of domestic abuse;
  • Be aware of the prevalence of domestic abuse in Sheffield; and
  • Be familiar with basic knowledge of the legal framework and policies relating to domestic abuse and safeguarding.
  • Develop skills in using the Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Harassment and Honour Based Violence risk assessment tool to identify risk in cases;
  • Be able to identify indicators of risk to victims of domestic abuse and their children;
  • Have a better understanding of how cases are referred to the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) to promote effective multi-agency planning, to increase safety of children and their carers; and
  • Be familiar with the MARAC process.

This course is suitable for all staff and carers working with children and young people and who are involved in multi-agency partnerships.

LIVE, ONLINE SESSION – Domestic Abuse – Risk Assessment and MARAC (Sheffield workers)

Woman participating in an online training session

Learn about the signs and indicators of domestic abuse and about the referrals and pathways into MARAC.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Be familiar with signs of domestic abuse, risk assessing and MARAC processes as a whole and each agency’s role within that system;
  • Have raised awareness of the realities and effects of domestic abuse on children and adults;
  • Be able to identify resources in Sheffield to support victims of domestic abuse;
  • Be aware of the prevalence of domestic abuse in Sheffield; and
  • Be familiar with basic knowledge of the legal framework and policies relating to domestic abuse and safeguarding.
  • Develop skills in using the Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Harassment and Honour Based Violence risk assessment tool to identify risk in cases;
  • Be able to identify indicators of risk to victims of domestic abuse and their children;
  • Have a better understanding of how cases are referred to the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) to promote effective multi-agency planning, to increase safety of children and their carers; and
  • Be familiar with the MARAC process.

This course is suitable for all staff and carers working with children and young people and who are involved in multi-agency partnerships.

LIVE, ONLINE SESSION – Domestic Abuse – Risk Assessment and MARAC (Sheffield workers)

Woman participating in an online training session

Learn about the signs and indicators of domestic abuse and about the referrals and pathways into MARAC.

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Be familiar with signs of domestic abuse, risk assessing and MARAC processes as a whole and each agency’s role within that system;
  • Have raised awareness of the realities and effects of domestic abuse on children and adults;
  • Be able to identify resources in Sheffield to support victims of domestic abuse;
  • Be aware of the prevalence of domestic abuse in Sheffield; and
  • Be familiar with basic knowledge of the legal framework and policies relating to domestic abuse and safeguarding.
  • Develop skills in using the Domestic Abuse, Stalking, Harassment and Honour Based Violence risk assessment tool to identify risk in cases;
  • Be able to identify indicators of risk to victims of domestic abuse and their children;
  • Have a better understanding of how cases are referred to the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) to promote effective multi-agency planning, to increase safety of children and their carers; and
  • Be familiar with the MARAC process.

This course is suitable for all staff and carers working with children and young people and who are involved in multi-agency partnerships.