When someone is suffering domestic abuse, it’s vital to make an accurate and fast assessment of the danger they're in, so they can get the right help as quickly as possible. The DASH Risk checklist is a tried and tested way to understand risk. DASH stands for domestic abuse, stalking and ‘honour’-based violence. It is based on research about the indicators of high-risk domestic abuse.
The DASH Risk Assessment Training sessions below are for all frontline workers, working with families in Hartlepool only.
Please apply for a place by emailing CASWORKFORCEDEVELOPMENT@hartlepool.gov.uk for an application form.
Course Aim: To help participants to understand this DASH Checklist and increase their confidence in using this as a tool to assess the risks victims face.
At the end of this training the attendees will:Have increased knowledge & understanding about the DASH Risk Assessment and increased confidence in completing this with victims of Domestic Abuse.
26th June 2018 (9am – 12noon)
26th June 2018 (1pm – 4pm)
4th July 2018 (9am – 12noon)
4th July 2018 (1pm – 4pm)
9th August 2018 (9am – 12noon)
9th August 2018 (1pm – 4pm)
22nd August 2018 (9am – 12noon)
22nd August 2018 (1pm – 4pm)