AFRUCA Training on Child Abuse linked to Belief in Witchcraft & Juju

Date 23/03/2018
Time 09:30- 15:30
Cost £60
Venue Sherborne House, 119-121 Cannon Street, London EC4N 5AT
Duration One Day

Aims

This unique training course will enable practitioners to develop new skills and competencies around culture and beliefs and their linkage to witchcraft, beliefs and faith-based abuse. Participants will work on range of case studies in order to strengthen their skills to intervene effectively in families where there have been accusations of witchcraft and spirit possession, gaining new strategies on how to work with community and faith organisations in order to support families and change practices.

Target Group: Senior Managers, Frontline Staffs, Social Workers, NHS Staff, Police Crime Prevention Officers, Immigration Officers, Teachers and all staff working with Black African children and families.

Course Aims:  This unique training course will enable practitioners to develop new skills and competencies around culture and beliefs and their linkage to witchcraft, beliefs and faith-based abuse. Participants will work on range of case studies in order to strengthen their skills to intervene effectively in families where there have been accusations of witchcraft and spirit possession, gaining new strategies on how to work with community and faith organisations in order to support families and change practices.
Course Outcomes: By the end of the training, participants would have:
  • Gained new knowledge and understanding of how witchcraft, belief and faith-based abuse are manifested through different belief systems and practices.
  • Understood how, when and where to refer cases of witchcraft, belief and faith-based abuse to help protect at risk children.
  • Been better equipped with new skills and competencies to intervene successfully in families where there have been accusations of witchcraft in order to safeguard children.
  • Developed a better understanding of how to work with communities and faith organisations in order to protect children.

Accreditation

This course has been independently certified as conforming to Continuous Professional Development (CPD) standards

This Course Contributes about 6 hours towards your CPD

Workshop Summary

Target Group: Senior Managers, Frontline Staffs, Social Workers, NHS Staff, Police Crime Prevention Officers, Immigration Officers, Teachers and all staff working with Black African children and families.

Course Aims:  This unique training course will enable practitioners to develop new skills and competencies around culture and beliefs and their linkage to witchcraft, beliefs and faith-based abuse. Participants will work on range of case studies in order to strengthen their skills to intervene effectively in families where there have been accusations of witchcraft and spirit possession, gaining new strategies on how to work with community and faith organisations in order to support families and change practices.
Course Outcomes: By the end of the training, participants would have:
  • Gained new knowledge and understanding of how witchcraft, belief and faith-based abuse are manifested through different belief systems and practices.
  • Understood how, when and where to refer cases of witchcraft, belief and faith-based abuse to help protect at risk children.
  • Been better equipped with new skills and competencies to intervene successfully in families where there have been accusations of witchcraft in order to safeguard children.
  • Developed a better understanding of how to work with communities and faith organisations in order to protect children.

Accreditation

This course has been independently certified as conforming to Continuous Professional Development (CPD) standards

This Course Contributes about 6 hours towards your CPD

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