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Training Opportunities

Domestic Abuse Awareness and Domestic Abuse Champions’ Training

Domestic Abuse Awareness Training:

A 1 day Domestic Abuse Awareness training for West Berkshire multi-agency professionals, community organisations and individuals is now available. This training will provide attendees with an increased awareness of domestic abuse and develop attendees’ knowledge of the effects and dynamics of domestic abuse, types of partner violence, complexities in leaving abusive relationships, power and control and the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people

Domestic Abuse Champions Training:

Domestic Abuse Champions are multi-agency professionals, community organisations and individuals trained to have a more extensive understanding of domestic abuse and its impact. It is a 1 day training which will provide attendees with an introduction to their champions role and support attendees knowledge and confidence of completing risk assessments, risk management, safety planning and support services available for victims, survivors, children and young people and perpetrators.

For more information and booking please click here

Voluntary and Community Sector

NSPCC Learning has pulled together resources to help the voluntary and community sector safeguard and protect children and young people during the coronavirus pandemic. Resources include information about: writing and updating safeguarding and child protection policies and procedures; making sure your staff and volunteers are safe to work with children; supporting children and families; recognising and responding to abuse; and carrying out online activities and events.

https://learning.nspcc.org.uk/safeguarding-child-protection/voluntary-community-groups

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