A workshop which aims to develop knowledge, skills and confidence when working with those at risk of or affected by female genital mutilation.
By the end of the course, participants will have:
· Have developed an understanding of recent facts and figures around female genital mutilation
· Familiarised themselves with key motives identified behind female genital mutilation
· Identified potential warning signs and demonstrate an awareness of the effects of female genital mutilation on children/ young people and their families
· A brief awareness of the Female Genital Mutilation Act, and how it can be implemented
· To develop good practice around working with women/ children at risk of or affected by female genital mutilation
· An awareness of local and national support services that work directly with those affected by female genital mutilation
This multi-agency workshop[will identify the learning about domestic violence and child safeguarding that is emerging from Birmingham’s domestic homicide reviews with particular reference to the review into the death of Natasha Trevis, and published Serious Adult Reviews.
Target Audience: This multi-agency training is targeted towards those who work predominantly with families as well as for those with specialist or designated Adult safeguarding responsibilities.
Aims: To enable participants to:
- Understand the pattern of coercive control in domestic violence and abuse and its impact upon parenting
- Understand the increased risks associated with ending a violent relationship and the factors that make it dangerous for victims to leave
- Be familiar with the tactics used by domestic violence abusers to prevent help seeking by a non-abusing parent
- Become familiar with the worries and concerns children and victims may have around domestic violence and agency involvement
- Be aware of the tools and pathways for responding to adult safeguarding in the context of domestic violence in Birmingham, including how to implement the ADASS guidance- Adult safeguarding and domestic A guide to support practitioners and managers
- Be familiar with both unsafe practice and good practice in protecting children and vulnerable adults exposed to domestic violence and abuse
- Be more confident in supporting children and vulnerable adults experiencing domestic violence and abuse
This programme is aimed at advancing the knowledge of people who have already have a good understanding of Financial Abuse and will have almost certainly completed the Fianancial Awareness programme
This programme is aimed at supporting the social care workforce to recognise issues of Financial Abuse when safeguarding adults who may be at risk of abuse.
- Editing Trainer: Miss Shan Dobinson
This course is open to all who provide Social Care services and support
This course looks at the basic principles regarding safeguarding which provides a suitable platform for all of the advanced safeguarding courses
This course is currently directed at Birmingham City Council staff ONLY: -
Social Work Team Manager Delivery/Workforce and Senior Practitioner Delivery/Workforce staff
This is a level 2 course under the Birmingham Safeguarding Adults Board Competency Framework, intended for all staff who may be required to undertake a statutory adult safeguarding enquiry under section 42 of the Care Act 2014. This would include social workers and staff in other partner agencies who the local authority may cause to make an enquiry on its behalf, because they are best placed to do this. Please note that there are aspects of this program that will explore aspects of the topic specific to the local authority social work role. However the majority of this 2 day course will be applicable to all who undertake adult safeguarding enquiries.
- Editing Trainer: Integritas Integritas