Training Events:

Teen Dating

Teen Dating

  • Date: 25-03-2019
  • Venue: Various

Target Audience

This course is aimed at practitioners who work within the children’s workforce as part of universal service or provide an early help service. As well as those who work within specialist services which sit under statutory intervention who wish to gain an insight into domestic violence within teenage relationships.

Date          

Time                    

Registration 

Venue           

Course Code 

25/03/2019

9:30am - 4:30pm

9:15am          

Solaris Centre

BSB1421         

Aims

The aim of this course is to enhance practitioner's knowledge on peer on peer abuse, how this is a safeguarding issue and how to work with young people to identify what is a positive relationship as well as how to safety plan.

Objectives

By the end of the session the course participants will have been informed how:

  • To examine current research and what we know so far.
  • To look at the characteristics of teen dating abuse and considered this within a developmental, experiential and ecological framework
  • To expand their knowledge of violence in young people’s relationships and the potential impacts
  • To look at the principles of engagement and how to creatively help young people recognise the signs of intimate partner abuse
  • To familiarise themselves with a variety of resources that can be used to raise awareness and help young people make safer more informed choices about themselves and their personal relationships.

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