External DA-related training and conferences

AVA - Against Violence & Abuse
London, September 2, 2019
Domestic and sexual violence, substance use and mental ill-health are three issues which often co-exist. And when they do, things can become complicated.
Central Conference Consultants
Milton Keynes, September 10, 2019
A new ‘business model’ for trafficking illegal drugs is being built up by gangs across the UK.
Children & Young People Now
London, September 25, 2019
What is the key to providing effective early help and support to children, young people and families in 2019 and beyond? Amid high-profile rises in knife crime, youth homelessness, and care referrals, the case for investing in early help services has never been so important. CYP Now has assemb
AVA - Against Violence & Abuse
London, September 25, 2019
Trauma informed practice is a one day course. It is for frontline workers who want to learn more about how to recognise and sensitively respond to people who have experienced trauma.
Children & Young People Now
Central London, September 25, 2019
What is the key to providing effective early help and support to children, young people and families in 2019 and beyond?
Central Conference Consultants
Leeds, October 2, 2019
Most cities and large towns now have a community or communities of East European Roma which have expanded rapidly over the last 20 years. Concepts of parenting and safeguarding within Roma communities can differ significantly to those of the UK and, with a history based of persecution and discrimin
Respect
London E2 9DA, October 2, 2019
This course will encourage participants to actively reflect on culture, increase understanding on how to engage with effective cross-cultural work with perpetrators of domestic abuse and interrogate cultural biases and barriers that feed into practice.
NRPF Network
London, October 2, 2019
This one day course is designed for Social workers​, Managers, Healthcare professionals, Legal officers and other relevant professionals, such as NRPF caseworkers.
Human Story Theatre
Old Fire Station, Oxford, October 5, 2019
Happy Even After by Gaye Poole will be touring Oxfordshire in October 2019. Written from survivors' accounts of domestic abuse the play explores for ‘better or worse’ how relationships develop.
Human Story Theatre
Witney Library OX28 6JH, October 7, 2019
Happy Even After by Gaye Poole will be touring Oxfordshire in October 2019. Written from survivors' accounts of domestic abuse the play explores for ‘better or worse’ how relationships develop.
HCUK- Healthcare Conferences
London, October 7, 2019
The Annual Child and Adolescent Mental Health (CAMHS) Summit will focus on the important issue of transforming mental health services for children and young adults ; improving accessibility and recovery outcomes.
Human Story Theatre
Neighbours Hall, Great Milton, October 8, 2019
Happy Even After by Gaye Poole will be touring Oxfordshire in October 2019. Written from survivors' accounts of domestic abuse the play explores for ‘better or worse’ how relationships develop.
Respect
London EC2A 3EA, October 8, 2019
As usual, we will be delivering a packed day of presentations and workshops from individuals working across the sector -; in frontline services, policy, academia and research.
Respect
London EC2A 3EA, October 8, 2019
Our annual working with perpetrators event this year will take place on 8th October at Amnesty International in London. As usual, we will be delivering a packed day of presentations and workshops from individuals working across the sector — in frontline services, policy, academia and re
AVA - Against Violence & Abuse
London, October 8, 2019
The need for services to be trauma-informed is increasingly well understood. But what does it actually mean in practice?
Human Story Theatre
Warwick Hall, Burford, October 9, 2019
Happy Even After by Gaye Poole will be touring Oxfordshire in October 2019. Written from survivors' accounts of domestic abuse the play explores for ‘better or worse’ how relationships develop.
Human Story Theatre
The Mill Arts Centre, Banbury, October 10, 2019
Happy Even After by Gaye Poole will be touring Oxfordshire in October 2019. Written from survivors' accounts of domestic abuse the play explores for ‘better or worse’ how relationships develop.
Human Story Theatre
Eynsham Village Hall, October 11, 2019
Happy Even After by Gaye Poole will be touring Oxfordshire in October 2019. Written from survivors' accounts of domestic abuse the play explores for ‘better or worse’ how relationships develop.
Human Story Theatre
Charlbury Memorial Hall, October 12, 2019
Happy Even After by Gaye Poole will be touring Oxfordshire in October 2019. Written from survivors' accounts of domestic abuse the play explores for ‘better or worse’ how relationships develop.
Human Story Theatre
Players Theatre, Thame, October 13, 2019
Happy Even After by Gaye Poole will be touring Oxfordshire in October 2019. Written from survivors' accounts of domestic abuse the play explores for ‘better or worse’ how relationships develop.
SafeLives
London E3 3DU, October 15, 2019
This 3 day training is aimed at domestic abuse specialists such as outreach workers and Idvas who want to strengthen the support they offer to victims and survivors of domestic abuse.
Respect
London E2 9DA, October 16, 2019
This course aims to increase participants’ awareness of the dynamics of adolescent to parent violence, and explores current models of work, risk factors and common patterns of behaviour linked to this issue.
Central Conference Consultants
Birmingham B4 6TB , October 17, 2019
Experiencing domestic abuse can lead to other forms of vulnerability and disadvantage — poor sleeping patterns, behaviour ‘disorders’, difficulty coping with education, and mental health problems.
Optimus Education- Supported by NSPCC
London, October 17, 2019
From a Netflix series on the subject, to the controversy surrounding the ‘No Outsiders’ programme, the topic of RSE has been in the media a lot over the course of this previous year, and for good reason. From 2020 sex, relationships and health education will be mandatory for all secondary schools.
Central Conference Consultants
Birmingham, October 17, 2019
Currently, 0.5 million children in the UK are estimated to have experienced ‘severe’ domestic violence, which may make it more likely that those children will also experience other forms of vulnerability and disadvantage.
Healthcare UK Conferences
London, October 18, 2019
“About 1 in 10 young people will self-harm at some point, but it can happen at any age. The research probably under-estimates how common self-harm is. It is usually based on surveys of people who go to hospital or their GP after harming themselves.
NRPF Network
London, October 23, 2019
Develop your knowledge and skills to effectively respond to requests for social services' support, including accommodation and financial assistance, made by families who are unable to access benefits and housing due to their immigration status. ​
Harvard's Center for the Developing Child/ Dartington Service Design Lab
London, October 29, 2019
Are you an Early Years practitioner, manager, funder, commissioner who would like to make a bigger difference to the lives of children and families? In October 2019 Dartington Service Design Lab is collaborating with the Harvard Centre on the Developing Child to bring the Center’s successful Fron
Ruskin College, Oxford
Oxford, October 31, 2019
As a specialist worker or volunteer in the domestic and sexual abuse sector, this course will give you the keys skills to help you thrive in this important area.
Respect
, November 4, 2019
This course will increase participants’ working knowledge of male victims of domestic abuse. It explores how the experiences of male and female victims differ. It provides information about the nature, scale and incidence of intimate partner violence against men.
Forum Training
London, November 14, 2019
The Charity Commission now expects safeguarding to be a key priority for all charities, not just those working with adults at-risk – stipulating that protecting people must be at the heart of a charity’s culture. We know that funding, resources and time are often limited – however training is a n

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