Course Content:

This course forms Module 2 of the safeguarding programme

This one day course covers information that will help the delegate
• To improve an awareness and understanding of the dynamics and scope of domestic abuse
• To expand understanding of the different types of abuse that may be present in abusive relationships
• To enable early recognition of abuse
• To encourage early and effective multi-agency intervention
• To increase awareness of community services and resources available
• To raise awareness of the complex nature of domestic abuse and the additional dynamics Christian victims and survivors of abuse face
• To highlight the role and responsibility of the church

NB. If you have attended Module 1 (Safe Church) in the last two years, you can apply for Module 2 on it’s own. Please indicate when you attended Safe Church on your application form.

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Who Should Apply?

Corps leaders, Divisional leaders, Divisional staff, Regional Specialists, Corps children’s and youth workers (paid and volunteer)

Venue & Dates

William Booth College
1 November 2017
24 May 2018

9.30am – 4.00pm

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of this course, delegates should be able to:
• Demonstrate an understanding of the dynamics of domestic abuse
• Be familiar with the different forms of abuse that victims may be subjected to and the immediate and long range effects they may have
• Recognise early signs of an abusive relationship
• List ways that individuals and the church can take positive action toward ending domestic abuse and to protect and support a victim throughout
• Give examples of appropriate intervention strategies, including listing the appropriate specialist services and resources available
• Understand The Salvation Army reporting procedures following a disclosure

Presenter(s):

Sue Dunn and Safeguarding Department

Learning Hours:

6 hours

Places Available:

Nov 2017:20
May 2018:20