The following free webinars are available during January and still have some places available:
18 January 2022: Responding well to disclosures of domestic abuse 12pm to 1pm
(Particularly relevant to managers in the workplace if your organisation has a domestic abuse workplace policy)
- To develop an understanding of what constitutes domestic abuse
- To have an understanding of best practice when responding to disclosures of domestic abuse
- To know what support is available to victims and perpetrators of domestic abuse and how to signpost or refer
19 January 2022: Understanding the role of Adverse Childhood Experiences in Domestic Abuse Perpetrators and Violent Offenders 1.30pm to 3pm
- Gain an increased knowledge of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE)
- Gain confidence in interacting effectively with offenders
- Be able to recognise ACES and respond accordingly
- Gain insight into trauma informed practice
- Explore Trauma and its relationship with Domestic abuse and violent offending
- Gain greater understanding of referral pathways to The Hampton Trust
19 January 2022: Post Separation Abuse – Using the courts and child contact arrangements 7pm to 8.30pm
- To gain an understanding of forms of domestic abuse which may continue after a relationship has ended, including coercive control
- Understand the longer term nature of coercive control within domestic abuse cases
- To gain an understanding of risk factors following separation and safety planning options for child contact
- Develop knowledge around child arrangement orders and continuing abuse
- To be aware of sources of support and how to signpost to support
January 2022: An Introduction to the Homicide Timeline 9.30am to 11am
- Have an understanding of what the Homicide timeline is and how it was developed.
- Understand the link between coercive control, stalking and homicide.
- Have an overview of the different stages of the homicide timeline and how to apply the model in practice.
For courses in February and beyond, head to the HCC training web page: Training and events | Health and social care | Hampshire County Council (hants.gov.uk)