Teen Partner Abuse Training
The day aims to increase knowledge and awareness of teen partner violence and abuse and the impact of social networking. A change in the way that we communicate and socialise especially for young people has led to an increase in awareness of the prevalence of teen intimate partner abuse. 1 in 5 young people have reported being physically abused by their boyfriend or girlfriend.
Training, Support & Development standards:
1.1 Principles and Values, 1.2 Equality, Inclusion and Anti-Discriminatory practice, 1.3 Person-centered Approach, 1.4 Confidentiality and Sharing information, 2.1 Fostering Role, 2.2 Legislation, policies and Procedures, 2.3 Relationships with Parents and Others, 2.4 Team Working, 3.4 Personal Safety and Security, 4.2 Knowing about Communication, 5.1 Understanding Development of Children and Young People, 5.2 Understanding Resilience and Self-Esteem, 5.5 Supporting Educational Potential, 5.6 Understanding Contexts, 6.1 Legislation, Policies and Procedures, 6.2 Keeping Children Safe, 6.4 Working with Other Agencies, 7.1 Understanding the Role and Approval of a Foster Carer, 7.3 Using Support and Supervision to Develop as a Carer, 7.4 Meeting Learning Needs as part of CPD