CAADA-DASH - MULTI AGENCY WORKSHOP

Event Code
SCB/22/0563
Venue
Virtual Learning, .
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Trainers
To be confirmed
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Target Audiences
14-19 Worker / Manager, Access & Information Officer / Manager, Accommodation Worker / Manager, Activity Centre Worker / Manager, Adoption and Fostering Worker / Manager, Advanced Skills Teacher, Adventure Playground Worker / Manager, Advisor, After School Scheme Worker / Manager, Anti-bullying Leads, Approved Mental Health Professional (AMHPs), Assessment Worker / Manager, Bail and Remand Worker / Manager, Child Protection Nurse, Child Protection Worker / Coordinator / Manager, Children's Centre Worker / Manager, Clinical Team Leader, Commissioner, Community Psychiatric Nurse (CPN), Connexions PA / Worker / Manager, Consultant (Practitioner), Consultant Social Worker, Contact and Referral Worker / Manager, Contracts Worker / Manager, Counsellor, Court Officer, CPD Leader, Crime Prevention Worker / Manager, Day Centre Service Worker / Manager, Deputy / Assistant Headteacher, Designated Safeguarding Lead, Disability and Special Needs Worker / Manager, Doctor / GP, Early Help Worker / Manager, Early Years Worker / Practitioner / Manager, Education Welfare Officer / Manager, EMA Coordinator / Leader, Family Worker / Manager, Groupwork Worker / Manager, Head of Department, Headteacher (New), Headteacher (Primary), Headteacher (Secondary), Headteacher (Special), Health Visitor, Housing Worker / Manager, Human Resources Worker / Manager, ICT Worker / Manager, Inclusion Worker / Leader / Manager, Instructor, KS1 Coordinator, KS2 Coordinator, Learning Support Assistant (LSA), Literacy Coordinator, Manager, Maths Coordinator, Mental Health Worker, Mentor, Midday Supervisor, Middle Leader / Manager, Midwife, Newly Qualified Social Worker, Newly Qualified Teacher, Nurse, Nursery Worker, Occupational Therapist, One o'Clock Centre Worker / Manager, Outreach Worker, Paediatrician, Parent Worker, Participation Worker, Personal Assistant (Support), Physiotherapist, Play Worker / Manager, Police Community Support Worker, Police Officer, Portage Worker / Manager, Practice Educator, Probation Officer / Manager, Procurement Officer / Manager, Progress Leader, PSHE / Healthy Schools Worker, Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Reablement Worker / Coordinator, Rehabilitation Worker / Manager, Residential Worker / Manager, School Business Manager, School Nurse, SEN Teacher, Sessional Worker, Social Care Worker, Social Worker / Manager (Adults), Social Worker / Manager (Children), Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCo), Speech and Language Therapist, Student Social Worker, Subject Coordinator / Leader, Substance Misuse Worker / Manager, Support Staff / Worker / Manager, Teacher (All), Teacher (Early Years / Foundation Stage), Teacher (EMA), Teacher (Key Stage 1), Teacher (Key Stage 2), Teacher (Key Stage 3), Teacher (Key Stage 4), Teacher (New to Role), Teacher (Primary), Teacher (Second Year), Teacher (Secondary), Teacher (Year 1), Teacher (Year 2), Teacher (Year 3), Teacher (Year 4), Teacher (Year 5), Teacher (Year 6), Teaching Assistant, Teaching Assistant : EMA, Teaching Assistant: HLTA, Therapist, Trainee Occupational Therapist, Trainee Social Worker, Trainer, Transport Worker, Welfare Officer, YOT Worker / Manager, Youth Worker / Manager
target audience
Event Types
Briefing (Information Update), Virtual Learning
Event categories
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Subjects
14-19, Administration, Admissions, Adolescents, Adoption, After School Care, Anti-bullying, Apprenticeship, Assessment, Attachment Theory, Attainment, Attendance, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Behaviour & Attendance, Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, Business Support & Development, Carers, Case Work, Child Development, Child Protection, Child Trafficking, Childminding, Citizenship , Coaching, Commissioning, Communication, Community Involvement & Outreach, Connexions, Continuing Care, Corporate Parenting, Court Work, Creativity, Customer Care, Disability & Special Needs, Diversity, Domestic Violence / Abuse, Drugs, Dyslexia, Early Help, Early Years & Foundation Stage, Eating Disorders, Economic Development & Sustainability, EHITS (Early Help IT System), EMA, Emotional, Mental Health & Wellbeing, Engaging Children & Families, English, English as an Additional Language (EAL), Equality, e-Safety, Escorting Children & Young People, Evaluation & Assessment, Family Assessment, Family Support, Fostering, Groupwork, Health & Safety, Healthy Schools, HIV & AIDS, Housing & Homelessness, Human Resources, Identity, Inclusion, Induction, Information Sharing, Inspection, Integrated Working, Law, Lead Professional, Leadership, Learning difficulties & disabilities, Lifelong Learning, Looked after Children, Management, Mental Health, Mentoring, Moving & Handling, Multi-agency Working, NQTs (Newly Qualified Teachers), Occupational Therapy, Offending, Ofsted, Parental Substance Misuse, Parenting, Participation & Consultation, Pastoral, Personalisation, Philosophy for Children, Physical Development & PE, Portage, Practice Educator, PSHE, Psychology, Pupil Premium, Pupil Voice, Race, Reablement, Reading, Recruitment & Selection, Religious Education (RE), Rights Respecting Schools, Safeguarding (Adults), Safeguarding (Children & Young People), School Improvement, School Performance Data, SEN (Special Educational Needs), Sensory Needs Awareness, Sexual Exploitation, Signs of Safety & Wellbeing, Skills for Life, SMSC (Spiritual, moral, social & cultural), Social Care, Social Work (Adults), Social Work (Children & Young People), Social Work (Core Training), SRE (Sex & Relationship Education), Substance Misuse, Supervision, Teaching & Learning, Team Around the Child, Teenage Pregnancy & Parents, Transition, Tutoring, Values, Violence, Vocational Education, Welfare & Rights, Working with fathers, Young Carers, Young People, Youth Work
Event description
SafeLives DASH Risk Identification Checklist is a tool used by front line practitioners for the identification of high risk cases of domestic abuse, stalking and ‘honour’-based violence and deciding which cases should be referred to MARAC in order to manage their risk.
The training will focus on practicalities and best practices around competing the RIC, which will include a case study.
Training objectives
The training will focus on practicalities and best practices around completing the RIC, which will include a case study.
Learning outcomes
identification of high risk cases of domestic abuse, stalking and ‘honour’-based violence and deciding which cases should be referred to MARAC in order to manage their risk.
Additional Information
Anna Jane is an internal meber of staff with excellent experience in regards to VAWG. She is base in the Community Safety Unit. 
Enquiries
Start Date
Wednesday 30 November 2022
End Date
Wednesday 30 November 2022
Closing Date
Sunday 27 November 2022
Times
14:00 - 16:00
Maximum Places
30 
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1

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