Safe & Together™ Model CORE Training — Tautoko Mai Sexual Harm Support - Tauranga
10, 11, 24 & 25 November 2022
9am-4pm, each day
Waikato University 101 Durham Street Tauranga
Tautoko Mai Sexual Harm Support
Safe & Together™ Model CORE training provides a skills-oriented foundation for domestic violence-informed practice with the goal of changing professional behavior.
The Safe and Together approach encourages a domestic violence informed lens to child protection work. This strengths based, child-centered practice gets its name from the concept that children are best served when we can work toward keeping them safe and together with the non-offending parent (the adult domestic violence survivor).
The approach provides a framework for partnering with domestic violence survivors and intervening with domestic violence perpetrators in order to enhance the safety and well-being of children. The approach is for all professionals working with families where domestic violence is an issue, whether their work is with victim/survivors (including children) or the person inflicting the violence, or the whanau.
Your facilitators will be Julie Phillips and Helen Nijssen
Any questions, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Safe & Together™ Model CORE Training
Domestic violence-informed child welfare practice requires competencies in assessment, interviewing, documentation and case planning. Safe & Together Institute’s CORE Training offers four days of experiential classroom training covering each of these foundational skills.
- Day 1 is focused on Assessment
- Day 2 is focused on Interviewing
- Day 3 is focused on Documentation
- Day 4 is focused on Case Planning
Learn more about the Safe & Together Institute