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Tailored to the needs of supervisors & managers, a major & important gap in professional education related with working families is filled.

Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

3-day Training — 25, 26 & 27 March

  • Day 1 — Monday 25 March 2020 — 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
  • Day 2 — Tuesday 26 March 2020 — 9:00 AM-4:00 PM
  • Day 3 — Wednesday 27 March 2020 — 9:00 AM-4:00 PM


The training is designed for supervisors and managers who have or have not completed the 4-day Safe & Together™ Model CORE Training. For those who have completed CORE Training, your pre-requisite is satisfied. For those who have NOT completed the 4-day CORE, there is mandatory pre-learning that will prepare participants and facilitate the most effective application of the Safe & Together Model themes to their supervisory practice.

Mandatory e-learning courses for those who have not taken CORE will include:

  1. Safe & Together: An Introduction to the Model (e-course)
  2. Multiple Pathways to Harm (e-course)

Overnight Accommodations

  • Discounted rate of £104 per night for training delegates, if reserved by 25 February 2020.
  • Rate includes breakfast, car parking and WiFi.
  • Limited availability. We recommend reserving your room even if you haven’t registered for the event yet.
  • Click here to book your room online.


Includes training materials, catering, VAT and Eventbrite fees.


Amy Cook

Event Coordinator

Safe & Together Institute


About the Safe & Together™ Model 3-day Supervisor Training

Domestic abuse is one of the most challenging case issues facing child protection and other family service agencies. Handling it well requires skills, confidence and knowledge.

The the training is organised into three critical supervisory skills:

  1. Assessing the quality of their worker’s practice
  2. Addressing worker safety concerns
  3. Decision making and case guidance

Supervising workers in domestic violence-informed practice is one way to make sure front line workers have the support and guidance they need when working with adult and child survivors, intervening with perpetrators, and managing safety for themselves and the family.

Supervisors and managers learn will:

  • Learn key skills to help their workers apply a perpetrator pattern- based approach to casework.
  • Learn and practice skills and techniques through interactive exercises that will make a difference in their own practice.

Supervisor training is strongly recommended as part of any agency effort to promote organization-wide domestic violence-informed change.