Domestic Abuse Training - Tillydrone, Woodside and Seaton

Closed 22 Feb 2019

Opened 30 Jan 2019

Results expected 25 Feb 2019

Feedback expected 25 Feb 2019

Overview

This  Domestic Abuse training is  being delivered  by Safe Lives on behalf of the Tillydrone, Woodside and Seaton Locality Partnership.

The purpose of taking this consultation approach is to gather baseline data and measures to help asses the impact of the training.

The need for this training was identified by the research carried out to inform the Local Outcome Improvement Plan (LOIP).  It showed that Domestic Abuse in Tillydrone and  Woodside is statistically higher that in Aberdeen City and affects many areas of work and community. On that basis, a Domestic Abuse group was formed by the Locality Partnership and they have spent some time investigating the issues, local provision and have created a Test of Change, with a number of strands,  of which,  the Safe Lives training is part of.

The training has been jointly funded by HRA and Communities Team, this recognises the impact the issue has on both communities and work for people in the area.

By committing to this training you will be expected to apply your learning and record how you use it in your work or volunteering setting. This information will be collated and fed back to both funders and Community Planning Aberdeen.  We hope to demonstrate by raising awareness and providing support that people are equipped to seek the assistance they need.

Why We Are Consulting

To ensure that people undertaking the training are committed to apply the training they recieve whilst working in the Tillydrone Woodside and Seaton areas.

What Happens Next

Thanks for registering your interest. We will confirm by email if you have been allocated a space.

Events

  • Domestic Abuse

    From 5 Mar 2019 at 09:15 to 5 Mar 2019 at 17:00

    This  Domestic Abuse training is  being delivered  by Safe Lives on behalf of the Tillydrone, Woodside and Seaton Locality Partnership

    The need for this training was identified by the research carried out to inform the Local Outcome Improvement Plan (LOIP).  It showed that Domestic Abuse in Tillydrone and  Woodside is statistically higher that in Aberdeen City and affects many areas of work and community. On that basis, a Domestic Abuse group was formed by the Locality Partnership and they have spent some time investigating the issues, local provision and have created a Test of Change, with a number of strands,  of which,  the Safe Lives training is part of.

    The training has been jointly funded by HRA and Communities Team, this recognises the impact the issue has on both communities and work for people in the area.

    By committing to this training you will be expected to apply your learning and record how you use it in your work or volunteering setting. This information will be collated and fed back to both funders and Community Planning Aberdeen.  We hope to demonstrate by raising awareness and providing support that people are equipped to seek the assistance they need.

  • Domestic Abuse

    From 6 Mar 2019 at 09:15 to 6 Mar 2019 at 17:00

    This  Domestic Abuse training is  being delivered  by Safe Lives on behalf of the Tillydrone, Woodside and Seaton Locality Partnership

    The need for this training was identified by the research carried out to inform the Local Outcome Improvement Plan (LOIP).  It showed that Domestic Abuse in Tillydrone and  Woodside is statistically higher that in Aberdeen City and affects many areas of work and community. On that basis, a Domestic Abuse group was formed by the Locality Partnership and they have spent some time investigating the issues, local provision and have created a Test of Change, with a number of strands,  of which,  the Safe Lives training is part of.

    The training has been jointly funded by HRA and Communities Team, this recognises the impact the issue has on both communities and work for people in the area.

    By committing to this training you will be expected to apply your learning and record how you use it in your work or volunteering setting. This information will be collated and fed back to both funders and Community Planning Aberdeen.  We hope to demonstrate by raising awareness and providing support that people are equipped to seek the assistance they need.

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