Our expert training is for anyone who wants to develop their skills in responding to domestic abuse in their working life, including frontline professionals, community workers, private sector employers/employees, and volunteers. Whatever your role, Equation can develop your skills in spotting the signs of abuse, assessing and supporting survivors, and responding to perpetrators.
Please note that we recommend all delegates complete both our Understanding and Responding to Domestic Abuse session before booking any further specialist sessions.
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Equation’s Specialist Training
Our specialist training sessions develop in-depth understanding around different forms of abuse, the varying experiences and barriers faced by survivors, and additional risk considerations in safeguarding and offering effective support. There is a wide range of topics available meaning there’s something useful for anyone that supports survivors in a professional or voluntary setting.
Do you need training that is tailored to meet your needs?
Equation has a strong background in delivering full and half day training sessions and can develop bespoke training programs tailored specifically to the needs of your agency or required area of development.
Online training and educational content relating to domestic abuse and sexual violence. Available to view anytime.
Introduction to domestic abuse for workers and volunteers: 20 Mins, Access Anytime
A basic introduction to domestic abuse for workers and volunteers in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire during the COVID-19 restrictions.
Economic Abuse in the Context of Domestic Abuse
Interview with Dr. Nicola-Sharp Jeffs from Surviving Economic Abuse. It provides an insightful overview of Economic Abuse and highlights the key resources and referral points.
More From Equation
Equation host seminars and webinars for workers in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire county that embed learning from the latest research and studies at the forefront of this field.
Could pay for four children to take part in our early intervention projects
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