Category Archives: WCC DV 1. Training

Domestic Abuse Awareness and Prevention & RSE Training

1.DOMESTIC ABUSE AWARENESS INSET / TWILIGHT SESSION – 90 min

Target Schools:    All Westminster Schools
For Attention of:  All school staff including School Nurses
Location: Individual School premises
Provider: Health Education Partnership

Booking:  All training is available free to all Westminster school staff.
To book, please email: viktorija.zdanoviciute@healtheducationpartnership.com.

Aims of the training:

  • Increased awareness of the dynamics of an abusive relationship;
  • Increased understanding of the impact of domestic abuse on children, including coercive control;
  • Increased staff confidence in talking to pupils, parents and each other about domestic abuse and healthy/unhealthy relationships openly and safely;
  • Improved knowledge of the support services available to those experiencing domestic abuse and those living with domestic abuse.

 

2. CONFIDENT DELIVERY OF RSE – WITH A KEY FOCUS ON DOMESTIC ABUSE AND HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS – 3 hours

Target Schools:    All Westminster Schools
For Attention of:  All staff, especially Headteachers, PSHE Coordinators, Healthy School Leads, SENCos, Safeguarding Leads, School Nurses
Dates: 1st of October 2019
Location:  The Grey Coat Hospital, Greycoat Place, Westminster, London SW1P 2DY
Provider:  Health Education Partnership

Booking:  All training is available free to all Westminster school staff.
To book, please use the following link: https://www.research.net/r/BookingForm_ConfidentDeliveryofRSE

Aims of the training:

  • To improve an understanding of good practice in Relationships and Sex education (RSE)
  • To build on existing knowledge of the dynamics of domestic abuse, including signs and symptoms and definition.
  • To improve an overall understanding of the new draft RSE guidance, including making the links between the guidance and domestic abuse.
  • To improve confidence to use a range of resources to support delivery of lessons on domestic abuse and healthy relationships.
  • To create an action plan to improve current whole school approach to domestic abuse.