Our expert training is for anyone who wants to develop their professional skills in responding to domestic abuse and sexual violence. Whatever your role, Equation can help you in spotting the signs, taking the right action, and supporting those affected.

Learn with our range of free online or face to face sessions. We’ve a wide range of topics but we recommend starting with our Understanding and Responding to Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence: Overview of referral pathways as further training refers back to learnings from these sessions. 

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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. Email


On-demand training

Online training and educational content relating to domestic abuse and sexual violence. Available to view anytime. 

Briefings and Bespoke Training

Find out more about our available briefings and bespoke training programs designed for ‘in-house’ delivery. Now available for remote delivery. 

Seminars & Webinars


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. 

Introductory Training

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.

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