Safe & Together™ Model European Train The Trainer (Live Remote)
September 29 @ 1:00 PM - October 7 @ 5:00 PM BST
Learn how to deliver the Safe & Together™ Model content in this robust training with the support of peers and S&TI staff.
7 days — 29 Sep-2 Oct & 5-7 Oct 2020
Application Only Event
Live Remote Format
- Day 1 — 29 September 2020 — 1-4pm BST
- Day 2 — 30 September 2020 — 11am-12pm & 1-4pm BST
- Day 3 — 1 October 2020 — 11am-12pm & 1-4pm BST
- Day 4 — 2 October 2020 — 11am-12pm & 1-4pm BST
- Day 5 — 5 October 2020 — 11am-12pm & 1-4pm BST
- Day 6 — 6 October 2020 — 11am-12pm & 1-4pm BST
- Day 7 — 7 October 2020 — 1-5pm BST
- APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE NOW!! (see below)
- 07 July 2020 — Completed applications due from both the Certified Trainer applicant and the Partner Agency.
- 21 July 2020 — Letters of acceptance sent with registration link and access code included.
- £1350 GBP including VAT
About Train The Trainer
This robust training is one component of the larger Safe & Together Model Trainer Certification Program which spans a 14-month time frame, and is designed to provide a skills-oriented foundation for training on the following Safe & Together Model curricula:
- 4-day CORE Training
- 1-day Overview Training
- 1-hour Briefing
Train The Trainer is focused on moving trainer candidates toward mastery in three main competencies:
- Knowledge, skills and attitudes related to the Continuum of Domestic Violence-informed Practice.
- Knowledge, skills and attitudes related to the Safe & Together™ Model.
- Knowledge, skills and attitudes related to the CORE Training manual and related training activities.
Consisting of 27 educational hours of lecture, group exercises, discussion and video, the training will result in participants:
- Increasing their ability and confidence in describing the various components of the Safe & Together™ Model and domestic violence-informed practice.
- Increasing their ability and confidence in the instruction of each of the skills identified in the training (Assessment, Interviewing, Documentation and Case Planning).
- Increasing their ability and confidence in teaching each of the CORE skills identified in the training (Assessment, Interviewing, Documentation and Case Planning).
- Building upon prior knowledge of domestic violence dynamics and child welfare systems as well as cultural competency, substance abuse and mental health intersections and intersectionalities.
- Describing basic concepts and skills associated with ‘light’ systems assessment of domestic violence-informed practice.
- Developing and implementing an action plan for improving their domestic violence-informed training skills.
- This training has a maximum of 20 participants.
Shelly Napoletano Flynn
Safe & Together Institute