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Domestic Abuse Awarenes Training

This training equips people with the understanding that there isn’t a single story to experiencing domestic abuse, and you should not assume experiencing abuse automatically leads to perpetration or becoming a victim. Participants in this training will engage in discussions about victim blaming, perpetrator excusing, and increased vulnerabilities for people facing multiple deprivations.

the course

Learning outcomes:

Participants will:

  • Understand the facts, myths, and risk factors around domestic abuse, and the impact it can have
  • Have increased awareness and empathy with regard to the barriers to a person leaving an abusive relationship
  • Know the importance of empathy when supporting relationships with children in care and their families is recognised.
  • Have a comprehensive overview of the Domestic Abuse Act 2021 –implications for practice in working with children, young people and adults
  • Understand the importance of viewing this issue through an intersectional lens, ensuring all victims/survivors are most effectively supported

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The course will be running online via the Zoom platform.

If you’re unable to make this one but are interested, or have eight or more managers and wish to run the event at your venue, please contact us.

booking and dates

This highly interactive one-day course is delivered over two half-day online sessions for £160+VAT.

If you have booked five places the sixth place is free.

ICHA, NAFPSW Forum, and RI Network members receive a 25% discount – members price is £120+VAT

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