LIVE, ONLINE – Healthy Relationships Info Session (Sheffield Workers)

healthy relationship means one that is communicative, respectful, honest and trusting. It is important to know how to talk about and model healthy relationships to people who are experiencing, or who are at risk of violence or abuse.

This information session will discuss what makes a healthy relationship, the impact of unhealthy or abusive relationships on children and adults, and how professionals can help.

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 – Young People and Domestic Abuse (Sheffield workers)

A course looking at young people’s experiences with, 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 to them using the DASH risk assessment 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.

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.

Supporting Young People Suffering From Domestic Abuse

This half day course looks at young people’s experiences with, and the impacts of, domestic abuse, and how professionals can help them. This course is suitable for professionals working with children and young people and who are involved in multi-agency partnerships.

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
  • Understand the impacts on young people experiencing domestic abuse and how to assess the risk to them using the DASH risk assessment tool
  • Be aware of what support networks are available to young people.

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 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 – Young People and Domestic Abuse (Sheffield workers)

A course looking at young people’s experiences with, 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 to them using the DASH risk assessment 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 – Safeguarding Children and Domestic Abuse (Sheffield Workers)

mother and son in a park

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.

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

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 – Safeguarding Children and Domestic Abuse (Sheffield Workers)

mother and son in a park

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.

LIVE, ONLINE – Healthy Relationships Info Session (Sheffield Workers)

healthy relationship means one that is communicative, respectful, honest and trusting. It is important to know how to talk about and model healthy relationships to people who are experiencing, or who are at risk of violence or abuse.

This information session will discuss what makes a healthy relationship, the impact of unhealthy or abusive relationships on children and adults, and how professionals can help.

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

mother and son in a park

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.