Domestic Abuse in Tech-Society

Description

Training delivered in a virtual classroom on MS Teams.

Please note: this session will be recorded and posted on the SSP/CSP website.

This session will explore how you can spot the signs that someone is at risk through technology and how to minimise the extent to which technology can be used against them in abuse cases.

This session will be relevant to all professionals working to safeguard children and adults to increase their knowledge and confidence in identifying and responding to this form of abuse.

This session* will cover the following:

  • Raising awareness of the role technology has in exacerbating instances of domestic abuse.

  • What is tech abuse?

  • Spot the signs/indicators someone is at risk through technology

  • Minimise the extent to which technology can be used against victims to cause harm.

  • Role of professionals to support survivors of tech-abuse.

*this may be subject to change

Course handouts

• Presentation slides/resources to be added.

Any delegate failing to attend a course or cancelling a place without giving ten working days’ notice will incur cancellation charges.

Further information about the cancellation policy can be found here https://safeguardingpartnership.swindon.gov.uk/info/8/training/82/training_programme_information_and_frequently_asked_questions

Organizer

Swindon Safeguarding Partnership

Location

Online

Date & Time

Nov. 25, 2022, 1 p.m. - Nov. 25, 2022, 3 p.m.

Cost

$0

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