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Shine Advanced Training: Working with victims & offenders in multiple settings

June 29, 2018 at 1:26 PM

From the NZFVC

When: 16 - 17 October 2018, 9am-4pm.

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

Training provided by Shine.

Cost: From $235 (Early bird rates before 2 October 2018). Register now

An advanced two-day training course offered by Shine.

The complexity of risk and safety shapes work with victims and offenders of domestic violence in multiple settings.

This training addresses risk, culture, assumptions, and institutional impacts to help practitioners to partner more effectively with others to work towards victim safety and offender accountability. Victim/survivors need support for autonomy; many offenders can be engaged in a change process and be held accountable. Both need practical resources. Dismantling the misconceptions we have about victims' and offenders' day-to-day lives enables more effective work across disciplines to prevent domestic violence.

Prerequisite:

Shine's Introductory 1 Day Training: Responding Effectively to Victims of Domestic Violence. If you have attended equivalent training, please phone trainer to discuss.

Topics covered include:

  • Theory-based understanding of the context of domestic violence
  • Intervention with offenders and risk reduction
  • Dynamics of gender, culture, in LGBTQ domestic violence (gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer)
  • Domestic violence in different cultural settings
  • Domestic violence and people with disabilities
  • Assessing risk to adult and child victims, and how it informs safety planning
  • Impact of children living with domestic violence
  • Developing and maintaining safe practice
  • Addressing the impact of social media on safety and autonomy

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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