One Day Introductory Training: Responding Effectively to People Experiencing Family Violence
This One Day Training will provide a framework for practitioners on how to respond appropriately and safely when they suspect or find that someone is experiencing domestic violence. The focus for the day will be upon the overarching concepts of coercive control, entrapment and resistance.
Shine offers the opportunity to participate in an interactive day of training and to be part of a community of support and learning.
The learning objectives for this training are to:
- Deepen understanding of the complexity and the effects of family violence and the consequent impact on a person’s dignity, wellbeing and ability to self-determine
- Build an awareness of family violence theories including the concepts of coercive control, entrapment and resistance which inform a response-based practice
- Recognise that children are directly impacted by family violence and that coercive control causes ongoing harm
- Learn and practise the ‘Six Step brief intervention model’ of how to respond effectively to people experiencing violence
This training is suitable for people working in social services, health, education or any area that brings them into contact with women, men, children, or families.
Dates in 2021:
Tuesday, 23 March
Tuesday, 13 July
Tuesday, 14 September
Tuesday, 26 October
409 New North Rd
Regular: $230 +GST (Earlybird $190 +GST)
*If cost is a barrier to you or anyone in your organisation attending this training, please let us know and we will find a way accommodate you. Contact: [email protected]