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Webinar dates: Domestic Abuse Awareness, Domestic Abuse Risk Assessment (MARAC) and Let's Talk About Sexual Assault and Sexual Abuse - booking essential via Derbyshire Learning Online

  • Domestic Abuse Awareness Webinar - This free 1.5 hour webinar takes key elements from the Domestic Abuse Awareness classroom training. It is designed for frontline Derbyshire practitioners who have little or no knowledge about domestic abuse and who want to know what it is, and the different forms it takes, including control and coercion. You will also learn how to respond effectively and how to support victims to access domestic abuse services during the Covid-19 outbreak.
    • 29 October 2020
    • 17 November 2020
    • 22 January 2021
    • 02 February 2021
    • 08 March 2021

 

  • Domestic Abuse Risk Assessment Webinar (in place of MARAC, pre-recorded version available on course page) This free 1.5 hour webinar, takes key elements from MARAC classroom training. It is designed for frontline Derbyshire practitioners who have little or no knowledge about domestic abuse risk assessment and who want to know how to support victims to access domestic abuse services during the Covid-19 outbreak. We’ll also look at when to refer to MARAC and how to apply your professional judgement. It will help if you have a basic understanding about Domestic Abuse before attending the webinar. You may wish to complete the 'Domestic Abuse: An Introduction' eLearning course or Domestic Abuse Awareness Webinar, if you have not had any domestic abuse training in the last couple of years.
    • 12 October 2020
    • 03 December 2020
    • 13 January 2021
    • 18 February 2021
    • 03 March 2021

 

  • Let’s Talk About Sexual Assault and Sexual Abuse Webinar - This free 1.5 hour webinar takes key elements from the Let's Talk About Sexual Assault and Sexual Abuse Classroom Training. Developed and delivered in partnership with SV2 and SAIL, it is designed for frontline Derbyshire practitioners who have little or no knowledge about sexual violence and who want to know what it is and understand the signs and indicators. You will also learn how to support victims to access sexual violence services during the Covid-19 outbreak.
    • 02 October 2020
    • 11 November 2020
    • 11 December 2020
    • (2021 dates coming soon)

 

Easy to Access - The webinars will be delivered MS Teams. Many Derbyshire County Council staff have this facility, however your organisation does not need to use MS Teams for you to be able to access these webinars. Any Derbyshire partners can access these sessions using MS Teams via the web and sign in as a guest (no download required). Links and instructions will be provided in your confirmation email, after you sign-up to a webinar. For those who do encounter any technical issues on the day, a dial-in option is also provided within MS Teams. If you join by this method you will need to download the PPT in the Webinar Slides section at the bottom of the page, to follow the slides. Those using MS Teams will be able to follow the presentation live on screen. Please let us know if you have any additional learning needs or accessibility issues when you book your place.

 

Initially we are limiting numbers to 30 attendees per webinar - so booking via Derbyshire Learning Online is essential.

For more information and to book your place, you need a Derbyshire Learning Online account.

 

If you already have a Derbyshire Learning Online account:

  • If you have an account you can access the courses directly from the course title hyperlink in the email above (you’ll still need to log in)
  • Or you can login to Derbyshire Learning Online with your primary SAP payroll number (DCC staff) or your email address and your saved password. Use the ‘Lost password?’ function on the home page if you can’t remember it.
  • Search for your webinar of choice and then click on the course title hyperlink to take you to the course page
  • Click to view and check the course summary to make sure the course is right for you and scroll down the page
  • You will then see a list of available webinar events and dates
  • Select your chosen event and click ‘sign-up’ to book your place (you can add yourself to the waitlist if the course is full)
  • Please ensure you fill in all mandatory fields – our courses are free, so if you are asked for a charge code put ‘0’ and choose the most relevant learning type
  • Ensure you opt to have your confirmation sent to your outlook calendar
  • Submit your booking
  • You will receive an email confirmation of your booking into your outlook calendar – this contains joining instructions, including the MS Teams links or dial-in information you need to access the webinar
  • If you need to cancel or amend your booking you will need to do this via Derbyshire Learning Online
  • If we need to cancel or amend your booking, we will let you know. For example, an administrator may ask you to change sessions if we have more than our set quota of delegates from your organisation.

 

If you do not have a Derbyshire Learning Online account:

  • To request a ‘registration key’ please email: communitysafety.training@derbyshire.gov.uk
  • Tell us which course you are interested in and which organisation you are from – if the access is for other people within your organisation, please let us know how many in total, and their names and email addresses
  • You will receive an email detailing how to create an account/s, including a registration key – if the information is not for you, you will be asked to pass this on to your colleagues
  • Once accounts have been approved, you / your colleagues will be able to access both community safety classroom-based courses and eLearning modules
  • It may take a few days for your accounts to be approved.

 

More webinars are available to book now:

 

 

Don’t forget about our eLearning modules…

Your Derbyshire Learning Online account will also give you access to our eLearning modules. These courses are all at an introductory level and usually take less than an hour to complete. They are aimed at Derbyshire County Council colleagues, schools and partner agencies within Derbyshire who would like to learn more about the following issues:

 

  • Community Safety: An Introduction - provides a brief overview of what ‘community safety’ is and how it works in Derbyshire. You'll also discover where to find further information, support and training.

 

  • Anti-Social Behaviour: Tools and Powers - provides a brief overview of how anti-social behaviour (ASB) is tackled in Derbyshire, including what ASB is, the agencies involved and the tools and powers they use.

 

 

  • Cybercrime and Online Safety - covers what cybercrime is and how to keep yourself and the people you work with safe online. It also includes how to report cybercrime and access support for victims.

 

  • Domestic Abuse: An Introduction - covers what domestic abuse is, spotting the signs and indicators that someone may be being abused and how to gain support for victims.

 

  • Hate Crime: An Introduction - covers what hate crime is, the impact on victims, hate crime legislation and how to gain support for victims.

 

  • Honour Based Violence and Forced Marriage - covers what honour based violence and forced marriage is, spotting the signs and indicators that someone may be being abused and how to gain support for victims.

 

  • Modern Slavery: An Introduction - provides a brief overview of what modern slavery is, including how to spot the signs and how to share your concerns in Derbyshire.

 

  • Prevent (Counter Terrorism) - covers the Prevent Duty, spotting the signs of someone who may be being radicalised and how to share concerns.