Recite Me
Date: 
Tuesday, 28 April 2020 to Thursday, 30 April 2020
Time: 
9:30 - 16:30

In line with the  government guidelines on social distancing, group and face to face events have been canceled to minimize the risk to people's health.​

Course length: one day (09.30 – 16:30) 

Course description 

This training course will provide voluntary sector staff with an increased ability to recognise Child and Adolescent to Parent Violence and Abuse, to understand the dynamic involved and provide practical tools to enable practitioners to support the families they are working with. 

Course Objectives: 

To enable participants to: 

1. Develop an understanding of the causal factors of APVA 

2. Identify and respond to challenges parent(s) or carer(s) may face accessing support 

3. Provide tools to support parents and carers to assess risk and identify potential trigger points for abuse to enable a safer parental response 

4. To approach the subject of APVA with children and young people and support them to respond to conflict situations without using violence or abuse. 

Who should attend? 

The course is suitable for those regularly working with families needing additional support, particularly early help services, domestic abuse agencies, education support staff, youth offending or targeted family support. 

Prior domestic abuse awareness training or work experience is recommended. 

The course is available on 3 dates and in 3 venues across the North of Tyne local authority areas. It is anticipated that most delegates will attend the date in their own local authority area, but there are some spaces available for staff to go to alternative sessions if the local date is inconvenient. 

28 April 2020 9.30-16.30 West Hartford Fire Station, Cramlington, NE23 3JP 

29 April 2020 9.30-16.30 Newcastle Civic Centre NE1 8QH 

30 April 2020 9.30-16.30 Langdale Centre, Wallsend, NE28 0HG To reserve a place, please contact karen.wylie@northtyneside.gov.uk