LIVE ONLINE SESSION – Young people and domestic abuse (Sheffield workers)

Young person staring out of a window

A course looking at young people and the impacts of domestic abuse.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Have increased knowledge of the definition of domestic abuse in relation to age;
  • Have increased knowledge of the risk to young people;
  • Be able to challenge some myths regarding young people and Domestic abuse;
  • To look at the impacts on young people experiencing Domestic Abuse and how to assess the risk- The DASH tool;
  • To look at what support networks are available to young people.

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

LIVE, ONLINE WORKSHOP – Family Court and Protective Orders

Family Court training

Understand the civil orders available to assist people affected by domestic abuse and how the civil and family courts are involved in domestic abuse cases.

By the end of the workshop participants should:

  • Be familiar with how the Family and Civil courts are involved with domestic abuse cases.
  • To know about the different civil orders that are available to people affected by domestic abuse, including: Non-Molestation Orders; Occupation Orders; Prohibitive Steps.
  • To be familiar with the IDAS family court website.
  • To understand how IDAS can assist.

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

LIVE, ONLINE SESSION – Older People and Domestic Abuse (Sheffield workers)

This course covers:

  • Older people as hidden victims.
  • The issues and effects of domestic abuse (DA) on older people.
  • The complexities older people may experience in abusive situations.
  • The challenges of working with an older group of victims and adopting a tailored approach.
  • Sheffield Pathways for referring to DA services.
  • What DA Services exist in Sheffield.

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 – Young people and domestic abuse (Sheffield workers)

Young person staring out of a window

A course looking at young people and the impacts of domestic abuse.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Have increased knowledge of the definition of domestic abuse in relation to age;
  • Have increased knowledge of the risk to young people;
  • Be able to challenge some myths regarding young people and Domestic abuse;
  • To look at the impacts on young people experiencing Domestic Abuse and how to assess the risk- The DASH tool;
  • To look at what support networks are available to young people.

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

LIVE, ONLINE SESSION – Domestic abuse signs, indicators and referral pathways – beginners (Sheffield workers)

Woman participating in an online training session

Learn about; what is domestic abuse (DA), the signs, indicators and effects, how to refer to specialist services, how can the specialist services help.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Be familiar with signs of domestic abuse, pathways and 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.

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

Young people and domestic abuse (Sheffield workers)

Young person staring out of a window

A course looking at young people and the impacts of domestic abuse.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course participants should:

  • Have increased knowledge of the definition of domestic abuse in relation to age;
  • Have increased knowledge of the risk to young people;
  • Be able to challenge some myths regarding young people and Domestic abuse;
  • To look at the impacts on young people experiencing Domestic Abuse and how to assess the risk- The DASH tool;
  • To look at what support networks are available to young people.

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