Learning Outcomes & Aims:
Accurately identify risks to, and the needs of, victims (male and female) and children.
Have increased levels of awareness and understanding of the theory and impact of abuse, criminal justice processes and safeguarding measures.
Understand how and why a clear understanding of individual roles and responsibilities is paramount in achieving best practice and effective multi-agency working.
Demonstrate through the presentation of case studies how the theory works in practice and the difficulties that may be encountered.
Ensure delegates are more confident, competent and capable when responding to any issues they may face.
£450 – full day £300 – half day (reduced programme content)
The modules are designed to suit the needs of the delegates (ideally up to 15 per session). In order to maximise learning potential whilst allowing time for questions and discussion, each module is ideally covered over either one or two days (please see details of each module for further details). However, each session can be tailored to suit the delegates' role, remit and level of duty of care. Training may therefore vary in terms of level of content and/or time required.
In-house sessions provide the excellent benefit of training more members of staff per session at a location suitable to you, utilizing time efficiently and working ethically. These costs represent exceptional value per delegate for provision of specialist training. Financial situations of individual agencies are also taken into consideration. Please do not hesitate to contact me to discuss your training needs.