The Trilogy of Risk
The Trilogy of Risk relates to risk factors surrounding Family Violence, Parental Substance Misuse and Parental Mental Illness (often in this context, undiagnosed or untreated). Case analysis has shown many significant child abuse cases have reflected at least one if not all three of these factors.
This engaging and informative 2.5hr online class helps Learners take a condensed look at the trilogy and its potential impact on a child/young person living in an environment where the trilogy may be a feature. This learning is often of most interest to those working:
~ With adults-at-risk/vulnerable adults
~ Supporting families with multiple or complex needs (statutory or community frameworks).
~ Professionals from Social, Health and Education sectors.
~ Staff with specific safeguarding responsibilities, e.g. lead/designated staff, safeguarding champions, etc.
Currently Only Available As An In-House Exclusive Class
Please note, Learners should have already completed their safeguarding and child protection learning prior to this training. If this remains outstanding our Safeguarding and Child Protection Online Classes or eLearning courses may be of interest.
By the end of this class, learners will be able to:
Recall common co-existing factors surrounding the trilogy.
Recognise the potential impact living in an environment featuring these risk factors may have on a child.
Identify practice lessons from case learnings.
Name common barriers and challenges in responding to trilogy concerns.
State potential strategies for working through child safety responses relating to any trilogy concerns.
All Learners receive a Personal Certificate, and to help further evidence Professional Development, we make sure all certificates quote the full 2hr study time, as well as the course aim and objectives.
If you would like to register a group of learners and prefer to pay via invoice, or if you would prefer to access this training as a bespoke in-house online class, please contact us, and we can assist you in taking forward either of these preferences.