About This Course:

This course is run by Mandy Parry a freelance trainer and coach Mandy Parry Training – Professional safeguarding training for the children’s workforce

Domestic abuse is any type of controlling, bullying, threatening or violent behaviour between people in a relationship. It can seriously harm children and young people and witnessing domestic abuse is child abuse. It can be difficult to tell if domestic abuse is happening and those carrying out the abuse can act very different when other people are around. Children and young people might also feel frightened and confused, keeping the abuse to themselves. What’s important is to make sure the abuse stops and that children have a safe and stable environment to grow up in.

Book onto our course to explore different ways to practically support parents and children affected by domestic abuse.

Key Outcomes

  • understand DVA, including: definitions, incidence and the relevant legislation.
  • understand how DVA can affect children’s wellbeing and development.
  • explore different ways to practically support parents and children affected by DVA.

 

Links to theBristol Standard Dimensions:

  • D2 Relationships and Interactions.
  • D3 Approaches to Play and Development.
  • D5 Play Experiences.
  • D7 Staffing, Leadership and Management.
  • D8 Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.
  • D9 Partnership with Parents and the Wider Community.
  • D10 Monitoring and Evaluation.

Post expires at 11:59am on Friday March 1st, 2024


Course details

Date: 28th February, 9.30am - 12.30pm
Cost: Free for Bristol-based Ofsted registered childcare workers and Bristol BAND members. £55 all others, 10% discount to non-Bristol BAND member groups.
Venue: Online View a map

Contact BAND: Training@bandltd.org.uk