Help a child
Are you concerned about the safety of a child?
This course will give you an advanced understanding of identifying domestic abuse risk. You’ll learn how to identify people at high risk, the processes to go through, and how to manage risk. You’ll gain an understanding of the evidence needed for the risk identification checklist that’s used called CAADA-DASH. This stands for Co-ordinated action against domestic abuse (CAADA), and domestic abuse, stalking, harassment and honour-based (DASH).
You will also learn what the high-risk factors are for serious harm and homicide, and what the local MARAC arrangements are.
MARAC – how to effectively carry out:
Front line staff that work intensively and long-term with individuals and families, and who need to complete risk assessments and submit referrals to MARAC.
People who have a role in supporting staff to understand, identify and manage risk.
Social workers, designated safeguarding leads, staff from front line health settings, family nurse partnership, police, and family support workers.
Groups 4 to 6. Visit the staff groups page for more information about this.
Stages 3 to 6. Visit the training stages pages for more information about this.
Please note: before attending this course, you should complete the “Domestic abuse awareness training.”
23 November 2023, 10 am to 4 pm. Book this course
If you need any help or more information about this course, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org