Learning from Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHRs)- Virtual
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During the session, based upon a case study drawing upon Domestic Homicide Reviews from around the region, learners will explore the ways coercive controlling abusers use a range of control tactics to entrap victims and their families in personal life. Learners will share their experiences of how to support victims more effectively and help those victims, their families and friends identify the presence of coercive control.
Objectives: By the end of this lesson, the learners will be better able to:
- Understand Domestic Abuse with particular emphasis on Coercive & Controlling behaviour and how it manifests in behaviours such as: Intimidation, belittling, degradation, stalking and surveillance to create a ‘micro regulation of everyday life’ for victims and their families.
- Identify and interpret behaviours exhibited by both Domestic Abuse victims and perpetrators to help identify DA and assess risk, including understanding the impact of separation on risk
- Identify the risks to children living within Domestic Abuse households and the importance of building a trusting relationship with the non-abusing parent.
- Identify how coercive and controlling abusers prevent victims from engaging with agencies and how best to respond to victims of Domestic Abuse in that context.
- Identify how to ensure perpetrators are held accountable for their abusive behaviour.
- Recognise how to use the learning in improved practice.
- Places will be prioritised for those who have not previously attended Learning from DHRs training. Please download and read the pre-reading materials prior to the training session. Please also download and complete the course evaluation form as there is a question which will need to be completed just prior to starting the course. The course will be delivered via Microsoft Teams and joining instructions will be sent to you closer to the training date.
- Please note when booking onto this training course, you will be expected to stay for the FULL duration of the training session unless prior agreement has been made with the training organisers or trainers via firstname.lastname@example.org . Late arrivals or early leavers may not be issued with a completed training certificate.
Terms & Conditions: Cancellation and Non-Attendance
- The charge for non-attendance will be £15 per delegate per day for non-attendance/late cancellation on training. (The charge for non-attendance on the 2 day domestic violence course will be £30).
- All delegates must attend sessions promptly. Delegates that are later than 15 minutes will be denied access to the training session and this will result in a £15 charge.
- Cancellations are to be made via your online account at least five working days in advance of a course to ensure you are not charged a non-attendance fee, unless you can arrange for another representative from your service area to attend in your place.
- It is assumed that delegates are informing their manager of their training booking upon reservation.