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.

LIVE, ONLINE – Domestic Abuse Signs, Indicators and Referral Pathways (Sheffield workers)

Woman participating in an online training session

Learn about what constitutes domestic abuse, the signs, indicators and effects, how to refer to specialist services in Sheffield (including IDAS) and how each of the services can help.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, participants should:

  • Be familiar with the signs of domestic abuse
  • Understand the legislation around domestic abuse and coercive control
  • Have a raised awareness of the realities and effects of domestic abuse on children and adult victims
  • Be able to identify resources in Sheffield to support victims of domestic abuse
  • 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.

This course is a beginner’s course and should be attended prior to completing the DASH & MARAC training as the two complement each other.

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.

FACE TO FACE – Systems of Abuse: Honour Based Abuse, Forced Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation (Sheffield workers)

Asian woman sitting on a door steps

This is an all-day, face to face course running from 10:00 am – 4 pm. The course will take place at Scotia Works, Sheffield in the training room. This course is CPD accredited and a certificate of completion will be provided.

The timings for this course include your morning break and lunch break.

Course outcomes:

  • Understand the definition, prevalence¬† and indicators of so-called ‘honour’-based violence, forced marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM)
  • Understand how to respond to a victim (or potential victim)¬† in order to protect them
  • Have a raised awareness of the safeguarding issues associated with forced marriage and honour-based violence
  • Familiarise yourself with legislation and child protection procedures.

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.

 

 

LIVE, ONLINE SESSION – Safeguarding Children and Domestic Abuse (Sheffield Workers)

mother and son in a park

For Safeguarding Week 2022, join us for a half day session to raise your awareness and understanding of safeguarding children and young people in a domestic abuse context.

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course participants should:

  • 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.

Timings include half hour lunch break.

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.

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 on older people
  • The complexities older people may experience in abusive situations
  • The challenges of working with an older group of victims and the importance of adopting a tailored approach
  • Sheffield Pathways for referring to domestic abuse services
  • What domestic abuse services exist in Sheffield, and how they can help.

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.

LIVE, ONLINE SESSION – Supporting male victims of Domestic Abuse (Sheffield workers)

a pensive man standing in front of a wall

Male victims of domestic abuse may feel unable to speak out about the abuse they are facing. The public story of domestic abuse tends to overlook male victims, and because of these factors male victims can often remain hidden. It is essential that professionals understand how to support male victims of domestic abuse and the additional barriers they may face. This course is CPD accredited.

After this course the learner will:

  • Understand the experiences of male victims of domestic abuse
  • Appreciate the additional challenges faced by male victims of domestic abuse
  • Understand potential responses to male victims of domestic abuse
  • Be aware of support available to male victims and how to access this.

LIVE, ONLINE – Domestic Abuse Signs, Indicators and Referral Pathways (Sheffield workers)

Woman participating in an online training session

Learn about what constitutes domestic abuse, the signs, indicators and effects, how to refer to specialist services in Sheffield (including IDAS) and how each of the services can help.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, participants should:

  • Be familiar with the signs of domestic abuse
  • Understand the legislation around domestic abuse and coercive control
  • Have a raised awareness of the realities and effects of domestic abuse on children and adult victims
  • Be able to identify resources in Sheffield to support victims of domestic abuse
  • 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.

This course is a beginner’s course and should be attended prior to completing the DASH & MARAC training as the two complement each other.

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.