J9 Domestic Abuse Training - FREE EVENT
Thurrock Community Safety Partnership are providing FREE training sessions to raise awareness and increase knowledge and understanding of domestic abuse for staff in the public and voluntary sector.
The J9 Domestic Abuse initiative is named in memory of Janine Mundy, who was killed by her estranged husband while he was on Police bail. The initiative was stated by her family and the local Police in Camborne, Cornwall, where she lived and it aims to raise awareness of domestic abuse and assist victims to seek the help they so desperately need.
J9 training sessions are delivered by Safer Places and are intended to raise awareness and increase knowledge and understanding of domestic abuse. In the course of their work, staff may come into contact with someone they suspect is a victim of domestic abuse, or a client may relevant that they are suffering abuse. The training aims to ensure that staff are equipped to respond appropriately and effectively.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS TRAINING IS ONLY OPEN TO COLLEAGUES WHO WORK OR PROVIDE A SERVICE WITHIN THURROCK
All sessions will be held through Microsoft Teams and the available dates are:-
Monday 8th March 2021 - 09.30 till 12.30
Monday 8th March 2021 - 13.30 till 16.30
Wednesday 10th March 2021 - 13.30 till 16.30
Monday 15th March 2021 - 09.30 till 12.30
Monday 15th March 2021 - 13.30 till 16.30
Thursday 25th March 2021 - 09.30 till 12.30
Thursday 25th March 2021 - 13.30 till 16.30
Tuesday 30th March 2021 - 13.30 till 16.30
Please note that whilst this training is free, failure to attend without 48 hours notice will result in a £50 non attendance fee.
To book onto one of the above sessions, please click on the link below and complete the online booking form indicating which session you would like to attend.
In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2018, the information provided on this form will be held for the purposes of training and development. This information will be stored securely in electronic format and any original hard copies disposed of as confidential waste. The information will be processed by members of the LSCP Business Team and will be kept in accordance with retention policies. It may be shared with other LSCP and Community Safety Partnership members for the purposes of audit and scrutiny.