Who it’s for
This session is for anyone who has direct contact with survivors or perpetrators of domestic abuse as part of their work.
Economic abuse is a form of domestic abuse that involves controlling a partner or ex-partner’s money and finances, as well as the things that money can buy.
Technology can be used as a tool to facilitate economic abuse in various ways.
Learn about the technology plays in economic abuse and the how it can take place and discover how to support survivors to reduce the risk through safety planning and risk assessment.
After this training you’ll be able to
- Identify what economic abuse is and how it differs from financial abuse
- Understand the statistics and laws around economic abuse
- Recognise how perpetrators carry out economic abuse and the impact on survivors
- Spot red flags and help survivors take steps to reduce risk
- Know what key banks and financial institutions are doing to help
- Use resources, tools and information specifically for survivors of economicabuse.
About our trainers
Equation trainers have an extensive background in supporting survivors of domestic abuse in a range of specialist provisions, as well as supporting children.
This session is funded by the Nottingham Community Safety Strategic Partnership and Nottinghamshire County Commissioners.
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