Training Archive - Elm Foundation

We are able to offer bespoke training, tailored to your needs. If you have any queries regarding any of the training we offer please contact us.

These workshops are for any organisation that may have had contact with a victim, perpetrator or their families and need to understand what DHR’s are, why we have to do them and what the procedure is for their completion.

The workshop is for staff and 1st line supervisors who may be involved in the process of a DHR, we can accommodate up to 30 people at a time.

The Effect of Domestic Abuse on Children and Young People – Half day which looks at:

  • The new definition and children and young people
  • What is abusive behaviour
  • The impact of domestic abuse on children and young people
  • Signs and symptoms of domestic abuse

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The Freedom Programme taster for agencies – a half day which looks at:

  • What the Freedom Programme is
  • How it was developed
  • What is covered in the sessions
  • Dominating behaviour, what is it, and what effect does it have

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Domestic Abuse Awareness – a half day which looks at :

  • The new definition of domestic abuse
  • What is domestic abuse in a societal context
  • The dominator and the tactics of abuse
  • Myths and Realities

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Domestic abuse affects a great deal of the population. The emergency services receive a call regarding domestic abuse every 60 seconds. Research has found that a victim will be assaulted or experience abuse around 35 times before they first make contact with the police. More needs to be done so that victims access support earlier and prevent escalation. Early identification is key. We offer training to support health professionals to effectively identify Domestic abuse and refer them on to appropriate services. We offer this free training throughout Derbyshire. Please contact 01246 540464 for further information.

To find out more, discuss a tailored bespoke package for your organisation, or to book, please contact 01246 540 464 and ask to speak to Helen Mitchell.