The Domestic Abuse Awareness course provides delegates with a structured understanding of Domestic Abuse, and helps explain:
The motives of perpetrators, and
The impact that it has on victims
The course will provide learners with greater Domestic Abuse Awareness. Once the course has finished, staff should be able to recognise symptoms of abuse and put into place appropriate courses of action.
Why Choose This Course
The main aim of the Domestic Abuse Awareness course is to enable recognition of abuse so that it can be brought to the attention of appropriate parties - it does not advise on immediate intervention at an individual level.
Though instructor led, it requires the learner to engage with what is being taught and provides a number of opportunities for subject discussion. Driven by qualitative data and the work of the Freedom Programme, the course is constantly updated to ensure it is in line with modern practices and research. Common myths around Domestic Abuse are debunked by focusing on types of abuse that aren't necessarily physical in nature, including:
- Psychological Abuse,
- Emotional Abuse, and
- Economic Abuse
"Very good session with very helpful prompted discussion."
- J.M Cheshire East Single Homeless Provision
Duration of course: 1 Day
All our attendance certificates are professionally printed and endorsed by our provision awards.
Cost: £550 per course
Price is based on a group of 12 Students, with a £55.00 charge for each additional student. The maximum number of delegates is venue dependent.
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