Hidden Harm – Parental Substance Misuse, Parental Mental Ill-Health and Domestic Abuse
Parental substance misuse, mental ill-health and domestic abuse can all have a huge impact on a child’s safety and wellbeing. These hidden harms can threaten a child’s feeling of security and create challenging long-term problems.
This course will help you learn ways to reduce the likelihood of a child in your care suffering this hidden harm.
All of our courses have been independently accredited as conforming to Continuing Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
All our courses are accessed through Blue LMS, Me Learning’s own Learning Management System.
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Purchases of 10 or more courses will automatically recieve a 10% discount at checkout. We also offer discounts to charities and organisations looking to buy licenses in bulk. Contact us for more information.
4 reviews for Hidden Harm – Parental Substance Misuse, Parental Mental Ill-Health and Domestic Abuse
An excellent and very helpful course!
I enjoyed the course and found it clear and informative.
Great course and well presented.
Very good. Easy to understand and thorough.
This course is vital for everyone involved with children.
Very informative and thought provoking.
Very good, and full of useful information.
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