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Responding effectively to victims of domestic violence

July 24, 2020 at 1:48 PM

From the NZFVC

DATE

Wednesday 2 September 2020

TIME

9am-4pm

LOCATION

Shine, Ground Floor, 409 New North Rd, Kingsland, Auckland

ORGANISED BY

Shine

COST

From $135 - Early bird rate for community group sfaff (Early bird rates close two weeks before training day)

An introductory one-day training course offered by Shine.

Register for this event

Please note: This is not appropriate training for a workplace response to support employees experiencing domestic violence. Follow this link for Shine workplace training

Safety underpins an evidence-based, trauma-informed response to domestic violence victims. Spend a day with Shine to learn more! This training provides the framework and practice many tertiary educated practitioners are still wanting – a practical, thoughtful combination of ideas, discussion and hands-on practice to address a complex area of work.  This training is suitable for people working in social services, health, education or any area that brings you into contact with women, men, children, or families. If you want to know how respond appropriately and safely when you suspect or find that someone is experiencing domestic violence, this training is for you.

Topics include:

  • Prevalence and scope of domestic violence, child abuse and sexual assault
  • Laws that underpin the work and recent/pending changes
  • Domestic violence services locally and nationally
  • Adverse childhood experiences and long-term solutions 
  • How to address equity problems and community access  
  • Responding to the complexity of risk and safety    
  • Practicing brief intervention and effective referral

Shine trainers are experienced educators and practitioners in the field of domestic abuse, which ensures a rich learning experience for attendees.

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