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Child to Parent Carer Abuse: Awareness Training


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Course details:

DateTimeVenueTrainerTarget group
12 July 2022 12:00 – 12:45   Microsoft Teams Dr Ceryl Teleri Davies
Social Work Lecturer , School of Medical and Health Sciences
Targeted Services –Community Wellbeing;
Disability; Family Support & Intervention; Looked After Children; Older People & HSW; Quality Standards; Vulnerable People; Youth Justice Service; Police/Education/Health; Foster Carers; Commissioned Services


Target Group - Frontline staff members across Children Services and Family Services & Multi Agency staff including, health, Police, Education 
13 July 2022 09:00 – 09:45  Microsoft Teams Dr Ceryl Teleri Davies
Social Work Lecturer , School of Medical and Health Sciences
Targeted Services –Community Wellbeing;
Disability; Family Support & Intervention; Looked After Children; Older People & HSW; Quality Standards; Vulnerable People; Youth Justice Service; Police/Education/Health; Foster Carers; Commissioned Services


Target Group - Frontline staff members across Children Services and Family Services & Multi Agency staff including, health, Police, Education 
20 July 2022 16:00 – 16:45 Microsoft Teams Dr Ceryl Teleri Davies
Social Work Lecturer , School of Medical and Health Sciences
Targeted Services –Community Wellbeing;
Disability; Family Support & Intervention; Looked After Children; Older People & HSW; Quality Standards; Vulnerable People; Youth Justice Service; Police/Education/Health; Foster Carers; Commissioned Services


Target Group - Frontline staff members across Children Services and Family Services & Multi Agency staff including, health, Police, Education 

 

Course aims and objectives:

Aim:

The training will focus on:

  • Identifying and exploring the nature of child to parent/carer abuse as a complex whole family issue.
  • Exploring this issue from the perspectives of parents/carers experiencing this form of abuse.
  • Exploring the barriers for parents/carers regarding identifying, reporting and addressing this form of abuse.
  • Exploring the barriers on a multi-agency basis when working to address this form of abuse.
  • Exploring the signs, symptoms and impact of this form of abuse.
  • Briefly exploring the strategies and good practice when working with families to address this form of abuse.

Objectives:

  • To offer awareness training focused on exploring contemporary policy, research and practice issues.
  • This event will provide information and discuss developments in current practice in Conwy.
  • To explore this issue from the perspective of the whole family.
  • To examine ideas and practices on a multi-agency basis.
  • To encourage participants to be more flexible in their approaches to families who experience this 'hidden' and complex for abuse.

This training is a pre-requisite to attending the specialist intervention training.

Trainer: Dr Ceryl Teleri Davies has extensive practice-based experience across social care and criminal justice settings, including work on a multi-agency basis to support children, young people and vulnerable adults at practitioner, middle and senior management level. Ceryl’s specialist area is focused on exploring the nature of young people’s intimate relationships, domestic abuse, healthy relationships and child to parent/carer abuse. Ceryl has taught at undergraduate and postgraduate levels on Education, Law, Criminology and Social Work degrees. Ceryl is currently working as a Social Work Lecturer at Bangor University, North Wales.

For further information, or if you have booked a place on the course and have not received notification to attend please contact the Workforce Development & Learning Administrative Team. Please do not turn up to any course unless you have received notification of your place as the event may be fully booked.

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