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IMPORTANT: THIS TRAINING IS PART OF THE COVID19 INTERIM TRAINING PROGRAMME AND IS SUITABLE FOR NEW AND EXISTNG STAFF.
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT NEW STAFF ATTEND FACE TO FACE TRAINING WHEN AVAILABLE.
You will be sent a link to a resource and also a workbook via email, so it’s vital that you give us your correct email address if it differs from the one on your East Sussex Learning Portal user account
Workbooks are not to be shared between colleagues; each person who wishes to complete this training MUST book their own place on it. Workbooks returned to the trainer by delegates who have not booked a place will NOT be marked
After completing the workbook please return it (via an email with answers typed or completed in PDF, saved and returned) for marking to email@example.com by no later than the Friday after you receive the workbook.
Please don’t hesitate to email Ann with any questions about assisting the fallen person.
Ann will mark and return your workbook.
Your East Sussex Learning Portal user account will be updated to show completion of this training once your workbook has been marked.
Please look out for an email to complete session evaluation. We would appreciate your time in completing this so we can evaluate this temporary process. You will then be able to access your certificate online.
This is a remotely delivered course and delegates should therefore ignore any map or venue information.Essential Information
This course is a a consolidation of "Young People and Abuse in Intimate Relationships" and "Young People who are abusive to their parents/carers".
This live interactive virtual classroom, will be delivered through Microsoft Teams. The one day seminar focuses on domestic abuse, both experienced and perpetrated by young people in their relationships. It includes a focus on domestic abuse within young people’s own intimate relationships as well as considering the emerging area of child and adolescent to parent abuse.
This course is appropriate for practitioners who wish to improve their knowledge base and practical skills when working with young people and their parents/carers who are experiencing abuse within their relationships.
It is not suitable for practitioners who are very experienced in these areas or who have already completed the two classroom courses relating to Young people and Abusive Relationships within the last 3 years.
Important note: It is essential that attendees have completed the 3 on-line domestic abuse training modules before coming on this course. It is also desirable that attendees have also completed the 2 day “Whole Family Approach to Domestic Abuse” training.
Please see "Additional Information" for joining instructions
This course will equip you with the necessary understanding of the legislative requirements relating to moving and handling and the skills to handle inanimate objects safely within the working environment.
|Session||Session Date||Session Time||Session Venue||Map|
|1||15 December 2020||09:30 - 12:30||East Sussex Training & Development Centre (St Mary's House)||Map|
Learn how to publish accessible documents to meet the needs of all users under the accessibility regulations
A 3 hr Trainer-led MS Teams session covering GOV.UK guidance for creating accessible documents including: