External DA-related training and conferences

NRPF Network
London, October 24, 2018
A course for Local authority pathway advisers, social workers, social care managers, legal officers and voluntary sector practitioners​ who provide services to looked after children (UASCs and other separated migrant children) and care leavers.
AVA (Against Violence & Abuse)
London, October 30, 2018
The need for services to be trauma-informed is increasingly well understood. But what does it actually mean in practice? This one-day course on becoming trauma-informed is for managers who are responsible for the design and delivery of health and social care services.
AVA (Against Violence & Abuse)
London EC2A 3EA, October 31, 2018
This FREE training is offered as part of the ASCENT Project of the London VAWG Consortium, funded by London Councils. Delegates must work in London with women or girls who are at risk of or experiencing violence and abuse.
Safe!
Bicester, November 1, 2018
Protective Behaviours is an internationally recognised approach to building emotional literacy and resilience in children, young people and adults. It is a pragmatic approach to personal safety awareness encouraging empowerment and teaching strategies to counter abusive behaviour.
Relate Oxfordshire
Oxford, November 2, 2018
Assertiveness is a one day workshop designed to help participants express their needs and rights in a non-confrontational way both respectfully and honestly to help improve their relationships both at work and on a personal level.
Safe!
Newbury, November 5, 2018
Protective Behaviours is an internationally recognised approach to building emotional literacy and resilience in children, young people and adults. It is a pragmatic approach to personal safety awareness encouraging empowerment and teaching strategies to counter abusive behaviour.
SafeLives
Leeds, November 8, 2018
By the time they start school at least one child in every classroom will have lived with domestic abuse since they were born. They know nothing else. Yet over 40% are not known to children's services. We owe it to these children to reach them sooner and make them safe.
Relate Oxfordshire
Oxford, November 9, 2018
A knowledge of counselling skills can be extremely helpful in our daily lives – whether it is to support those in need, coping with difficult relationships or for professionals working in management, healthcare, human resources, education, or any welfare/or voluntary occupation.
Respect
London, November 14, 2018
This event will focus on listening to survivors to help shape responses to perpetrators, setting up community based early intervention responses to perpetrators, and examining how work with survivors whose partners are on behaviour change programmesis different from other support services.
AVA (Against Violence & Abuse)
London, November 22, 2018
Adolescent to Parent Violence is for anyone who works with young people or families and who wants to learn more about APV. It is suitable for both front line workers and service managers; some prior knowledge and understanding of domestic abuse would be beneficial.
Respect
London, November 27, 2018
This 1 day course challenges participants’ understanding of culture through self-reflection and experiential learning.
AVA (Against Violence & Abuse)
London SE11 5RR , November 28, 2018
The intersection of disability and violence against women and girls is one that is not spoken about often enough. On November 28th we will address this with a FREE seminar at The Foundry. This seminar is part of our Ascent work, which is funded by London Councils.
Healthcare Conferences UK
London, November 30, 2018
This conference will focus on developing your role in improving communication and information sharing in adult safeguarding whilst ensuring patient confidentiality.
HC-UK Conferences
London, December 3, 2018
Network with colleagues who are working to improve the recognition and response to domestic violence. Understand the practical implication of the changes proposed by the Domestic Abuse Bill. Learn from outstanding practice in supporting the victims of domestic abuse.
Healthcare Conferences UK- HCUK
London, December 3, 2018
Chaired by Jo Todd, Chief Executive, Respect this CPD certified conference will provide practical guidance for improving recognition and response to domestic violence, including supporting victims, improving the way MARACs work, information sharing, and working with perpetrators.
Relate Oxfordshire
Oxford, December 7, 2018
It is inevitable that at some point during our lives we will encounter conflict, and this can emerge in all types of relationships such as personal or work, e.g. verbal disagreements and arguments. How we respond to it is important. Unresolved it can lead to stress, and at times, serious problems.
Led by Dreams
Paignton, December 11, 2018
This half day course aims to create an understanding of domestic violence and abuse among professionals working in Devon and to increase appropriate responses. There are various dates between October and December 11th 2018- check link for specific dates.
Relate Oxfordshire
Oxford, January 3, 2019
A knowledge of counselling skills can be extremely helpful in our daily lives – whether it is to support those in need, coping with difficult relationships or for professionals working in management, healthcare, human resources, education, or any welfare/or voluntary occupation.
GovConnect
London, February 6, 2019
This conference will assess how the NHS is making are currently making a difference in regards to improved safety and care and how it intends to do so in the future through a transparent constantly evolving patient centred system.
Respect
London, February 25, 2019
This 5 day course course aims to equip participants with a range of tools to respond to young people’s violence and abuse, and their parents.

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