Understanding and Responding to Domestic Violence and Abuse 

Price: FREE for Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County workers 
Date: Choose from a range of available dates when booking online
Location: Online and face-to-face (see individual sessions for details)
Duration: 3.5 Hours (online) 1 day (face-to-face)

This half-day course (3.5 hours on-line) aims to create a shared understanding of domestic violence and abuse among professionals working in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire, and to increase appropriate responses.

Learning outcomes:

• Raises awareness and understanding of domestic violence and abuse

• Increases understanding of the definition and different types of abuse, including coercive control

• Explores indicators to identifying domestic abuse

• Examines the impact of domestic abuse on adults and children (including trauma)

• Identifies barriers for survivors accessing services

• Identifies key good practice, responses and signposting

• This session will also be set in the context of COVID-19

The session is suitable for any worker or volunteer who has not previously attended domestic abuse training or who needs a refresher.

The session will be delivered using Zoom/ Teams and will include a break.

Prerequisites

None.

Funded By

These sessions are funded by a mixture of local partners for local delivery in Nottingham City and Nottinghamshire County.

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Could help cover emergency travel costs so that a man can flee an abusive relationship

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