Challenging Domestic Violence – Face to Face – County
December 5 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pmFree - £35.00
Price: FREE for Nottingham County Workers
Duration: 7 Hours, including a break
Prerequisites: Must have attended Understanding Domestic Violence and Abuse (URDVA) training
Challenging domestic abuse – working with perpetrators.
This course is for workers and volunteers from all sectors who want to increase their awareness of key good practice guidelines for contact with perpetrators of domestic abuse.
- Improved awareness of key theories and approaches to responding to the perpetration of domestic abuse.
- Improved understanding of good practice for working with perpetrators, including safe practice and the risk of collusion
- Increased understanding of appropriate referral pathways for perpetrators and the importance of support for survivors
It is suitable for workers and/ or volunteers who may have contact with a domestic abuse perpetrator or survivor. This course is delivered at a foundation level to provide awareness of good practice but is not an in-depth working with perpetrator course.
Please note failure to attend the course without prior cancellation may result in a charge for your place. If you do wish to cancel, you can do so through your Eventbrite confirmation or by getting in touch with our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please be aware: due to the conditions of our funding, this training is free to people working in Nottingham City and County – chargeable outside of these areas.
We are monitoring the attendance list and you will be asked to pay if you do not qualify for a free ticket.
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