Safe and Together™ 2 Day Supervisors Training
Domestic abuse is one of the most challenging case issues facing child protection and other family service agencies. Handling it well requires skills, confidence and knowledge. Supervising training is strongly recommended as part of any agency effort to promote organisation-wide, domestic violence-informed change.
Many initiatives only provide generic training on this subject. This training is tailored to the needs of supervisors and managers. It fills a major and important gap in professional education related to working with families.
Safe & Together™ Model CORE Training (4-day, in-person training)
Training is organised into three critical supervisory skills:
- Addressing the quality of their workers’ practice.
- Addressing worker safety concerns.
- Decision making and case guidance.
Supervisors and managers will learn:
- Key skills to help their workers apply a perpetrator pattern-based approach to casework.
- Skills to address worker emotional and physical safety issues that have implications for domestic-violence
informed practice and family outcomes.
For further information on the Safe and Together™ 2 Day Supervisors Training download the information flyer.