Emotional and Physical Abuse

R690.00

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Description

Emotional Abuse: Emotional abuse of children is the most common form of abuse. However, without visible signs such as bruising and injury or disclosure from the child or parent it is particularly difficult to prove this form of abuse.

Physical Abuse: People who physically abuse children can be anyone who comes into contact with a child. They can be teachers, next door neighbours or a member of the family. In fact, a person who abuses a child is often closely related to the child: it is very rarely a stranger.

Module One: Safeguarding: Physical Abuse

This module will enable you to learn the definition of emotional abuse and know and be able to understand and physically abused child. You will be able to identify the signs and symptoms of physical abuse and learn the points to consider where physical abuse is suspected. In this module, the following topics will be covered: Definition of Physical Abuse | Who physically abuses children? | Cause: Stress | Cause: Mental illness and substance misuse | Cause: Domestic violence | Signs of physical abuse: Bruises | Signs of physical abuse: Clothing | Signs of physical abuse: Fear | Signs of physical abuse: Aggression | Signs from the abuser | Points to consider | Effects on children | Long term effects

Module Two: Safeguarding: Emotional Abuse

This module will enable you to learn the definition of emotional abuse and know and be able to understand and emotional abused child. You will be able to identify the signs and symptoms of emotional abuse and learn the points to consider where emotional abuse is suspected. In this module, the following topics will be covered: Important Facts | Key messages | Definition of emotional abuse | Who emotionally abuses children? | Cause: Stress | Cause: Diminished capacity | Components | Signs of emotional abuse: Extremes | Signs of emotional abuse: Immaturity | Signs of emotional abuse: Blame | Signs of emotional abuse: Self harm | Signs of emotional abuse: School | Signs of emotional abuse: Change in pattern | Signs from the abuser | Overall effects on children | Emotional abuse during childhood | Long term effects | What can be done to prevent emotional abuse?

5 CPTD Points

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Training Duration

2 Hours