LEVEL 2 – AWARD IN SUPPORTING SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Following this course Learners will have a greater understanding of the range of domestic abuse in a family setting and its implications for all family members. They will also be able to identify the risks to children living with domestic abuse. Learners will also feel confident about completing a risk checklist, and working with other agencies to develop multi-agency plans to support victims, and making a referral to a multi-agency risk assessment conferences
|Mandatory||Understanding the Principles of Best Practice in Supporting Survivors of Domestic Violence||9||2||1|
|Mandatory||Carrying out a Risk Identification for Survivors of Domestic Violence||10||2||2|
The qualification consists of two Mandatory Units, one is knowledge based and the other unit covers skills and knowledge. The qualification gives learners a total of 3 Credits and 19 Guided Learning Hours (GLH)
Why study with the LSTA?
Why gain a qualification?
Who is it for?
- Probation Services
- Prosecution Services
- Policing and Law Enforcement
- Community and Youth Work
- Courts and Tribunal Services
- Social Services
- Local Authority
- Health Services
- The Voluntary or Third Sector
- Residential Care
- Practitioners and Support Workers in Care Home Services
- Adult Day Care Services
- Housing Support Services
What support will you have?
How long will it take?
What level should I do?
What criteria do I have to meet?
- You will be looking to work or be working or volunteering in anyone of the Community Justice Sectors listed above, in an outreach or support or management role.
- You will have some experience and you may already supervise others or manage resources.
- You want to develop your skills further to take on more responsibility and would like to be considered for promotion
- Have been working in the sector for a number of years without a recognized qualification and therefore would like to gain a qualification.