Forced Marriage and Honour Based Violence 22/23

Date & Time:

Wednesday 14 September 2022 (11:00 - 12:30)

Venue:

Virtual,

Detail:

Target Group / Level

This course is targeted to adults social care staff and those in residential care, nursing care, home care and supported living settings, personal assistants and other frontline practitioners who have regular contact with service users/patients and their families or carers in the London Borough of Sutton.

This training is also targeted at professionals in direct contact with children who undertake or contribute to risk assessments and multi-agency meetings including social workers, family support workers, foster carers, health professionals, schools, police and others who work with children at risk of abuse, neglect and exploitation.    

 

Staff Groups B, C, D, and E as per the Bournemouth University National Mental Capacity Act Competency Framework. 
Level 3 staff and above (ref: NHS Intercollegiate document 2018 - Adult Safeguarding: Roles and Competencies For Healthcare Staff): Registered health care staff who engage in assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of adults where there are safeguarding concerns (as appropriate to role).  

Staff Groups B, C, D, and E as per the Bournemouth University National Mental Capacity Act Competency Framework. 
Level 3 staff and above (ref: NHS Intercollegiate document 2018 - Adult Safeguarding: Roles and Competencies For Healthcare Staff): Registered health care staff who engage in assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of adults where there are safeguarding concerns (as appropriate to role).  

Staff Groups B, C, D, and E as per the Bournemouth University National Mental Capacity Act Competency Framework. 

Level 3 staff and above (ref: NHS Intercollegiate document 2018 - Adult Safeguarding: Roles and Competencies For Healthcare Staff): Registered health care staff who engage in assessing, planning, intervening and evaluating the needs of adults where there are safeguarding concerns (as appropriate to role).  

 

Aim:

To help professionals develop a good working knowledge of “honour” based violence and forced marriage, and how to safely respond to child safeguarding concerns in this area.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the workshop participants will be able to: 
• Have a deep understanding of “honour” based violence and forced marriage 
• Have confidence in identifying/recognising the risk factors that can make women and girls vulnerable to harmful practices 
• Have confidence in identifying the signs that a woman or girls is at risk of, or experiencing, harmful practices 
• Have an understanding in the key ‘dos’ and ‘don’ts’ in relation to intervention 
• Awareness of relevant legislation around harmful practices 
• Have a good knowledge of the role of various specialist organisations that can support women and girls 
This will be achieved by covering the definitions and the different forms of violence within this. It will involve looking at case studies, statistics, barriers to seeking protection, legislation, best practice and effective referral. 

Booking:

Booking has now closed for this event.

Further Information:

Trainer:

Iranian and Kurdish Woman’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO)

Venue Details:

Virtual,