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Code: SCB/22/0553 Young people affected by intimate partner violence - workshop

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Wandsworth are participants in the CAADA Young People's Programme which supports local areas to develop a consistent local response to young people 13 years and older, who are experiencing a range of intimate partner abuse, including domestic abuse, sexual exploitation, gangs / young people who harm others, 'Honour'-Based Violence, forced marriage and online/cyber stalking and abuse. This training is for professionals and partner agencies working with and raising awareness of young people affected by intimate partner abuse.

Training sessions cover the following topics:

  • an overview of the dynamics and prevalence of domestic abuse in young people's relationships
  • best practice in risk assessing young people experiencing intimate partner violence, including use of the new CAADA DASH Risk Indicator Checklist for Young People
  • safety planning and multi-agency working, including support services available in Wandsworth

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 05 July 2022 09:30 - 11:00 Virtual Learning Map

Code: ASC/22/0754 Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Groups-staff and volunteers in Richmond

Free Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Sector staff and volunteers in Wandsworth
The aim is to train hundreds of staff and volunteers in the borough to raise awareness of emotional distress, suicidal thoughts and how to respond in a compassionate manner.

Everyone can potentially help someone in distress or with suicidal thoughts. Compassionate help from a colleague, friend, health provider, care giver, or even a complete stranger can make a real difference to someone who is in distress and considering suicide.
‘Excellent -a really necessary course. Everyone should do this course-all members of the public, communities and professionals.’
‘This Training Saves Lives !!!’


Trainer

Kirstie Sheehy BA (Hons), M.A, AAPM
Kirstie Sheehy is a Criminologist and a Mental Health Trainer of International and Nationally accredited courses. Kirstie has been delivering and writing training packages for 25 years and is a qualified City and Guilds Teacher for Adult Learners.
Kirstie has developed and managed a large number of award winning and highly acclaimed projects involving offenders, homeless individuals, those with substance misuse issues and mental health problems in both the voluntary and statutory sector for over 30 years.

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Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 05 July 2022 10:00 - 16:30 Virtual Learning Map

Code: ASC/22/0749 Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Groups-staff and volunteers in Wandsworth.

Free Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Sector staff and volunteers in Wandsworth
The aim is to train hundreds of staff and volunteers in the borough to raise awareness of emotional distress, suicidal thoughts and how to respond in a compassionate manner.

Everyone can potentially help someone in distress or with suicidal thoughts. Compassionate help from a colleague, friend, health provider, care giver, or even a complete stranger can make a real difference to someone who is in distress and considering suicide.
‘Excellent -a really necessary course. Everyone should do this course-all members of the public, communities and professionals.’
‘This Training Saves Lives !!!’


Trainer

Kirstie Sheehy BA (Hons), M.A, AAPM
Kirstie Sheehy is a Criminologist and a Mental Health Trainer of International and Nationally accredited courses. Kirstie has been delivering and writing training packages for 25 years and is a qualified City and Guilds Teacher for Adult Learners.
Kirstie has developed and managed a large number of award winning and highly acclaimed projects involving offenders, homeless individuals, those with substance misuse issues and mental health problems in both the voluntary and statutory sector for over 30 years.

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 06 July 2022 10:00 - 16:30 Virtual Learning Map

Code: ASC/22/0755 Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Groups-staff and volunteers in Richmond

Free Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Sector staff and volunteers in Wandsworth
The aim is to train hundreds of staff and volunteers in the borough to raise awareness of emotional distress, suicidal thoughts and how to respond in a compassionate manner.

Everyone can potentially help someone in distress or with suicidal thoughts. Compassionate help from a colleague, friend, health provider, care giver, or even a complete stranger can make a real difference to someone who is in distress and considering suicide.
‘Excellent -a really necessary course. Everyone should do this course-all members of the public, communities and professionals.’
‘This Training Saves Lives !!!’


Trainer

Kirstie Sheehy BA (Hons), M.A, AAPM
Kirstie Sheehy is a Criminologist and a Mental Health Trainer of International and Nationally accredited courses. Kirstie has been delivering and writing training packages for 25 years and is a qualified City and Guilds Teacher for Adult Learners.
Kirstie has developed and managed a large number of award winning and highly acclaimed projects involving offenders, homeless individuals, those with substance misuse issues and mental health problems in both the voluntary and statutory sector for over 30 years.

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 07 July 2022 10:00 - 16:30 Virtual Learning Map

Code: ASC/22/0750 Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Groups-staff and volunteers in Wandsworth.

Free Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Sector staff and volunteers in Wandsworth
The aim is to train hundreds of staff and volunteers in the borough to raise awareness of emotional distress, suicidal thoughts and how to respond in a compassionate manner.

Everyone can potentially help someone in distress or with suicidal thoughts. Compassionate help from a colleague, friend, health provider, care giver, or even a complete stranger can make a real difference to someone who is in distress and considering suicide.
‘Excellent -a really necessary course. Everyone should do this course-all members of the public, communities and professionals.’
‘This Training Saves Lives !!!’


Trainer

Kirstie Sheehy BA (Hons), M.A, AAPM
Kirstie Sheehy is a Criminologist and a Mental Health Trainer of International and Nationally accredited courses. Kirstie has been delivering and writing training packages for 25 years and is a qualified City and Guilds Teacher for Adult Learners.
Kirstie has developed and managed a large number of award winning and highly acclaimed projects involving offenders, homeless individuals, those with substance misuse issues and mental health problems in both the voluntary and statutory sector for over 30 years.

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 08 July 2022 10:00 - 16:30 Virtual Learning Map

Code: SCB/22/0566 Graded Care Profile 2: Neglect training for practitioners

Wandsworth Safeguarding Children Partnership will be delivering the Graded Care Profile 2 Neglect Tool too multi agency practitioners

If you have not already done so please attend a GCP2 briefing where you will have the opportunity to find out more about the Neglect assessment tool and ask questions.

Easy to use Threshold tool Complexity

and Challenge: A triennial analysis of SCRs 2014 - 2017

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 14 July 2022 09:30 - 16:30 Virtual Learning Map

Code: SC/22/0614 MRC event - My Nest is Full: Multigenerational Households of Families Living With Addiction - MRC@kcl.ac.uk

Monica Whyte is the president of the European family therapy association. She works in the addiction services in Dublin, Ireland, and is completing her Professional Doctorate in Systemic Practice at the University of Bedfordshire.

Multigenerational living for those seeking treatment for alcohol is becoming a significant trend in Ireland and in some other European countries, but the study of the lived experience of these families is at an early stage.

In this webinar, Monica will discuss the characteristics of this hidden population of service users and affected family members. Fear anxiety, protection and silence combine to keep this population hidden. Drawing on her doctoral research, Monica will outline the barriers and facilitators to accessing support identified for the affected family members living with adult alcohol addicted children.

The webinar will consider the key messages for practitioners and service providers with regard to the changing population attending for services, and the reconceptualizing of affected family members to include older parents and siblings

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 14 July 2022 11:00 - 12:30 Virtual Learning Map

Code: ASC/22/0756 Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Groups-staff and volunteers in Richmond

Free Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Sector staff and volunteers in Wandsworth
The aim is to train hundreds of staff and volunteers in the borough to raise awareness of emotional distress, suicidal thoughts and how to respond in a compassionate manner.

Everyone can potentially help someone in distress or with suicidal thoughts. Compassionate help from a colleague, friend, health provider, care giver, or even a complete stranger can make a real difference to someone who is in distress and considering suicide.
‘Excellent -a really necessary course. Everyone should do this course-all members of the public, communities and professionals.’
‘This Training Saves Lives !!!’


Trainer

Kirstie Sheehy BA (Hons), M.A, AAPM
Kirstie Sheehy is a Criminologist and a Mental Health Trainer of International and Nationally accredited courses. Kirstie has been delivering and writing training packages for 25 years and is a qualified City and Guilds Teacher for Adult Learners.
Kirstie has developed and managed a large number of award winning and highly acclaimed projects involving offenders, homeless individuals, those with substance misuse issues and mental health problems in both the voluntary and statutory sector for over 30 years.

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 19 July 2022 10:00 - 16:30 Virtual Learning Map

Code: FM123 Fire Marshal

The course will give you the knowledge and confidence to successful marshal a fire successfully.

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 19 July 2022 09:45 - 12:30 Wandsworth Town Hall, Room 122 Map

Code: ASC/22/0751 Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Groups-staff and volunteers in Wandsworth.

Free Suicide Awareness and Response Training for Voluntary and Community Sector staff and volunteers in Wandsworth
The aim is to train hundreds of staff and volunteers in the borough to raise awareness of emotional distress, suicidal thoughts and how to respond in a compassionate manner.

Everyone can potentially help someone in distress or with suicidal thoughts. Compassionate help from a colleague, friend, health provider, care giver, or even a complete stranger can make a real difference to someone who is in distress and considering suicide.
‘Excellent -a really necessary course. Everyone should do this course-all members of the public, communities and professionals.’
‘This Training Saves Lives !!!’


Trainer

Kirstie Sheehy BA (Hons), M.A, AAPM
Kirstie Sheehy is a Criminologist and a Mental Health Trainer of International and Nationally accredited courses. Kirstie has been delivering and writing training packages for 25 years and is a qualified City and Guilds Teacher for Adult Learners.
Kirstie has developed and managed a large number of award winning and highly acclaimed projects involving offenders, homeless individuals, those with substance misuse issues and mental health problems in both the voluntary and statutory sector for over 30 years.

Essential Information
Session Session Date Session Time Session Venue Map
1 20 July 2022 10:00 - 16:30 Virtual Learning Map

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