Domestic Abuse and Covid-19(Nottingham City workers)
December 1 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 amFree
Price: FREE to Nottingham City workers
Duration: Two Hours
These 2-hour sessions are suitable for workers and volunteers who may have contact with domestic abuse survivors.
As lockdown and restrictions ease it is important that workers remain aware that the impact of covid 19 and the pandemic is still resonating with survivors, and still must inform our working practice. This session reflects on the ongoing impact of covid 19 and enables workers to consider some important elements of working practice, taking this impact into account. The session includes Thinking about safer contact, contact with services, remote working, risk mitigation.
Running alongside these sessions, workers will be able to book onto multi-agency group Reflective Practice Sessions that will provide more opportunity to explore practice options.
Please note we encourage all professionals to attend our session, Understanding and Responding to Domestic Violence and Abuse (URDVA).
Nottingham Crime and Drugs Partnership
Please bear in mind that this training does include reference to types of domestic abuse, if you are watching or taking part in this training in a shared building, if possible, please do so in a space that is not accessed by other people for the duration of the training. It is possible that any training about domestic abuse has the potential to impact on each of us personally, please be aware that this may be the case before accessing the training.