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Domestic Violence: A Child Protection Issue

9th March 2017 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm GMT

During the session participants will explore the definition of domestic violence, its impact on survivors and identify models of good practice in working with children and families where domestic violence is or has been an issue.

Learning Outcomes
•    Describe the government definition of domestic violence and explain the link between domestic violence and child abuse;
•    Describe the different behaviours that constitute domestic violence;
•    Identify regional and local procedures and guidance in relation to domestic violence and child protection;
•    Plan how to use tools to help determine threshold of concern
•    Describe strategies for protecting children where there is domestic violence.

Target Audience
For all staff who have regular contact or have a period of intense but irregular contact with children, young people and/or parents/carers and those with no previous training on domestic violence. This is an introduction course and will give participants


9th March 2017
9:30 am - 4:30 pm GMT


London Black Woman Project


East Ham Library
328 Barking Road
London, E6 2RT United Kingdom
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Non-attendance Policy

Please note that there is a non-attendance policy currently in place. There will be a charge of £100.00 (£50.00 for half day courses) for non-attendance if cancellation does not occur 5 working days before the event or replaced by another representative from your agency. All charges recuperated will be directed back into the training budget. If you are employed outside of the London Borough of Newham, please provide the name and contact details for your finance team.

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