Safeguarding adults & coercive control – an Introduction
< September 2018

Safeguarding adults & coercive control – an Introduction

Following the success of the June workshops series NSAB are repeating this training, facilitated by RiPfA.

*** NB NOW FULLY BOOKED***

f you would like your name added to a waiting list, please email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) indicating whether you would like to attend the morning or afternoon session.

Thursday 4 October 2018 (choice of two sessions)

This FREE* half day workshop aims to increase practitioner and manager confidence in recognising and working with people who have care and support needs and are experiencing coercive control, to lead to better outcomes for this group. The workshop will discuss recent developments in legislation around controlling and coercive behaviour as linked to domestic abuse, and consider how this can be understood in a wider context of adult safeguarding. We’ll look at messages from research to inform practice before considering how to make safe enquiries, and how coercion can impact on mental capacity.

Click here to book a place.

The workshops will take place at The Willow Centre, 1-13 Willowcroft Way Cringleford, Norwich NR4 7JJ

*PLEASE NOTE: A late cancellation / non-attendance fee of £75 will apply to: cancellation within 72 hours of the event or non-attendance on the day.

For further information see Training: courses & strategy on the NSAB website.

 

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