Training: reporting domestic violence and child abuse
This training gives the volunteer tips on how to deal with signals (of domestic violence and child abuse) that they observe during their volunteer work. In this way it becomes clear to the volunteer which steps they can and cannot take. Responsibilities are clearly mapped out during this training.
The purpose of this training is to offer volunteers general knowledge about, among other things, the Renewed Reporting Code Act and how to identify cases of suspected domestic violence and child abuse.
The Report Code Act has been established to register suspicions. If there are reports from more organizations, this will be taken up further by a professional. This law applies to organizations that work with professionals and where volunteers are supportive. The law has various steps, which are given attention in this training.
Based on practical stories, we will further discuss during the training what you can do as a volunteer if you suspect domestic violence or abuse.
1. Brief explanation steps Report code
2. Responsibilities volunteer
3. Report code and internal and external route
4. Signaling awareness
5. What do you do with gut feeling?
6. Subjective and objective perception
7. Input practical examples.
The training is provided by Ripple Training (www.rippletraining.nl)
About Versa Vrijwilligerscentrale
We are a regional volunteer center and work in the municipalities of Gooise Meren, Hilversum, Blaricum, Eemnes, Laren and Weesp.