Understanding and Responding to Domestic Violence and Abuse

 

Cost: Free for people working in Nottingham city and Nottinghamshire county

Location: Online and face-to-face (see individual sessions for details

Duration: 3.5 hours online | 1 day face to face

 

About this course

If you support or manage people, it’s likely at some point, you’ll come into contact with someone who’s living with domestic abuse.

This training session is the starting point for anyone who might come into contact with someone experiencing domestic abuse in their work or volunteer role. This includes those working in health, charities and third sector, housing, probation, family support and social care. It is also suitable for Managers and Policy Makers.

This session is for anyone who has not previously attended domestic abuse training or who needs a refresher

 

Takeaways

You’ll leave this session with

  • A clear understanding of the different forms of domestic abuse and its impacts on adults, children and young people, including trauma
  • Awareness of what to look out for and what prevents people from seeking help
  • Confidence to respond and help someone affected by domestic abuse
  • Key resources and tools and good practice techniques for working with survivors

 

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. 

 

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