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STANDARD  TRAINING PACKAGES

NON-SPECIALIST FOUNDATIONAL TRAINING

Previously Entry Level

  • Debbs story – Breaking Silence documentaries

  • Coercive Control and Pet Abuse – lived examples provided

  • ‘No Holds Barred’ Q & A session

  • Exploring the Dynamics of Family Violence

    • Coercive Control as the overarching control tactic

    • Physical abuse 

    • Sexual abuse 

    • Psychological abuse 

    • Threatening behaviours

    • Financial abuse

    • Using Children as tools

    • Intimidation 

    • Stalking - surveillance

    • Harassment

    • Forced Marriage

  • The Episodic nature of family violence and coercive control – cumulative impact

  • Resistance - the strength of our victims – support self-determination strategies

  • Exploring the Impacts of Family Violence - ‘Normal’ responses to long term trauma

    • Female victims

    • Child victims

  • How we view our primary victims and how that impacts on our responsiveness

  • Understanding victim behaviour and responses – reducing judgement and increasing empathy

  • Risk analysis

  • Safety strategising

  • Empathy vs Sympathy – understanding the difference

  • Legalities and impacts of orders

    • Protection Orders

    • Parenting Orders

    • Police Safety Orders

  • Organisational and Systemic Entrapment – how the systemic deficits within our own organisation and our organisations systems can inadvertently re-victimise

  • Working in partnership - what is your role as a social service provider in reporting / information collation

  • How can we utilise our new learnings – mindset change / response tool

 

OR

 

​Tell ECLIPSE what your  organisational needs are, and we can develop a targeted and relevant training​ package for and with you

As family violence service providers you are able to identify your organisational need and advise ECLIPSE.

ECLIPSE will then develop a targeted, tailor made training package that is directly focused on increasing your workforce capability where it is most required

CHILD PROTECTION IN THE CONTEXT OF FAMILY VIOLENCE

Online Only

  • Honouring those who have been taken from us

  • Brief overview of 2 social work theories

    • Attachment Theory

    • Social Learning Theory

    • The implications/impacts of exposure to family harm on children

  • Consideration to children living in a home with family harm.

  • Exploration of Governing Legislation in Aotearoa  

    • Mandatory reporting child abuse

      • Practitioners’ obligations

  • Case Scenario and Report of Concern template

  • How to make a report of concern

    • Relevant information

    • What is relevant

    • Why is it relevant

    • How to capture critical information

    • Activity – talk through of how to undertake an informed/targeted Report of Concern

  • What happens to Report of concern when made

    • What you need to know about the process

    • Where does your Report of Concern go?

  • Whanau hui and Family Group Conference

    • The difference

    • What comes first and why

    • Why these were introduced

    • How they are facilitated

    • Expected outcomes from each

  • Our history and the importance of understanding

    • Puao te Ata Tu

    • Te Tiriti o Waitangi

Tell ECLIPSE what your  organisational needs are, and we can develop a targeted and relevant training​ package for and with you

SPECIALIST - PRACTITIONER VICTIM INSIGHT CONCEPT (PVIC)

  • Debbs story – Breaking Silence documentaries

  • Coercive Control and Pet Abuse – lived examples provided

  • ‘No Holds Barred’ Q & A session

  • Resistance - The strength of our victims – victims are the experts in their own lives, support self-determination strategies

  • How we view our primary victims and how that impacts on our responsiveness

  • The Episodic nature of family violence and coercive control – cumulative impact

  • The Practitioner-Victim Insight Concept (PVIC) ©

    • Coercive Control – legalities, tactics, dynamics, and impacts

    • Layers of Consequence 

    • Invisible Walls 

    • Whole of Person Entrapment 

    • Rewards Based Phenomenon

  • Follow My Lead Aotearoa - Complexity Maps

  • Domestic Violence Service Management (DVSM) - NSW - Practice Framework

    • Practice Framework Approach 

    • Upholding Dignity

    • Whole of Person Approach

    • Creating a Foundation of safety

    • Practice Dashboard

    • Building on Personal Safety and Navigating Risk (Practitioner)

  • Risk analysis

  • Safety strategising

  • Understanding victim behaviour and responses – reducing judgement and increasing empathy

  • Empathy vs Sympathy – understanding the difference

  • Organisational and Systemic Entrapment – how the systemic deficits within our own organisation and our organisations systems can inadvertently re-victimise

  • Working in partnership - SAM table – highlighting roles and responsibilities in reporting / information collation

  • How can we utilise our new learnings – mindset change / response tools

  • How to acknowledge that every Intervention opportunity is a Prevention opportunity

 

OR

 

Tell ECLIPSE what your  organisational needs are, and we can develop a targeted and relevant training​ package for and with you

TRAINING WORKSHOPS OPTIONS

 NATIONAL - ONLINE - $65.00+gst

OR

INTERNATIONAL - ONLINE - $80.00+gst

3 x 2 hour training sessions

2 x 3  hour training sessions

NATIONAL FACE TO FACE  - $95.00+gst

1 x whole day training

All training times include breaks

PLEASE REMEMBER

 

Tell ECLIPSE what your organisational needs are, and we can develop a targeted and relevant training​ package for and with you

 

COSTS

PRIVATE WORKSHOPS

COSTING SCHEDULES

PROVIDED

UPON REQUEST

CONTRACTING SERVICES

If your organisation has a project that requires specialist family violence knowledge and capability that would benefit from co-design, or are you an organisation that may value a specialist family violence practitioner involved in a recruitment process, ECLIPSE provides a practitioner contracting service to support your organisation to increase its workforce and/or systemic capability

  

Please email enquiries@eclipsefamilyviolenceservices.co.nz for

further information

 

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OUTCOME

ECLIPSE trainings will support

  • Increased understanding of the theory of Coercive Control and how it impacts whanau

  • Increased understanding of the theory of Invisible Walls of Whole of Person Entrapment

  • Increased understanding of resistance and empathy-based responsivity and reduction in unconscious judgement responsivity

  • Increased workforce capability in professional practice intervention strategies

  • Increased systemic and organisational awareness and responsivity strategies

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Refuge Worker

"I have never felt so supported or guided through the hard times as I have since you have been at the helm, thank you"

Advocate Manager

"It is hard to express the passion, knowledge and your undeniable devotion to our clients and your team "

Non-Violence Facilitator

"I would just like to acknowledge your steadfast, knowledgeable commitment to the work you do"

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