We deliver the CACE Training event direct to your organisation, on a day to suit you and for up to 25 delegates per session.
This enables you to train multiple staff in one day giving you excellent value for money.
At Rock Pool, we want to support practitioners to reduce the risk of harm domestic abuse causes for children and young people.
Better identification and assessment of coercive control can assist this.
We know that coercive control is a better indicator of risk than physical violence, however identifying coercive control still appears to be an area that practitioners find difficult to recognise and record.
Domestic abuse is a dominant factor in a significant proportion of serious case reviews published each year. The triennial review of Serious Case Reviews (May 2016) stated that practitioners are not always rigorous in assessing and following through on all identified risks of domestic abuse and that there is sometimes little analysis of risks of harm.
The CACE Training increases the delegates understanding of the dynamics of domestic abuse. It also introduces delegates to the CACE Form; a simple tool practitioners can use to identify coercive control.
Both elements can support delegates to make intelligent based decisions on the application of appropriate thresholds and the right level and type of intervention needed.
The CACE Form can be used to aid discussion with both parents / responsible adults.
This training is suitable for professionals who work directly with or manage staff who regularly case manage and assess children, young people and / or families who are experiencing or affected by domestic abuse.
This includes Family Support Workers, Social Workers, Domestic Abuse Workers, and practitioners working in Early Years settings.
To raise practitioner’s awareness and understanding of the dynamics of domestic abuse and coercive and controlling behaviour.
To provide practitioners with a tool, to be able to identify coercive and controlling behaviour and to provide appropriate intervention.
Explore the benefits of comprehensive assessment of the family dynamics where there is domestic abuse and coercive control.
Increase knowledge of situational couple violence and violent resistance.
Examine how comprehensive assessment supports safety planning decisions.
Assessing coercive control
Characteristics of perpetrators
Asking difficult questions
Introduction to CACE
Using CACE to inform risk management, safety planning and safeguarding
This training event will be delivered by a sector expert who can bring genuine insight to the training room.
All delegates will receive a memory stick with the CACE Form and all course handouts. This will include tip sheets that can be used to support embedding practice.
Please note as this is a bespoke course you will need to provide the training venue.