Domestic Abuse Awareness - NEW COURSE!
Duration 1 day
Course Time: 9.30am - 4.30pm
This course will give you a good foundation and understanding of domestic violence/abuse and enable you to understand its complexities. There is often confusion around what constitutes domestic violence and abuse so this course is for delegates who believe that their practice can improve by gaining a better understanding of Domestic Violence and the complexities of intimate partner abuse. We will also look at and understand why female victims stay in a relationship as well as exploring the mind of a perpetrator.
By the end of this course delegates will have covered: Current government definitions and legislation The complexity of power and control in intimate partner relationships The cycle of violence and why victims stay in abusive relationships Coercive Control and the categories of violence/abuseThe way perpetrators use power and control Signposting options and how to safely respond to disclosures of abuse
Methods of Delivery
The facilitator will use a wide range of methods including group discussion, sub-group work, Powerpoint presentation, interactive exercises, case studies, and flipchart work to ensure that the course objectives are met.
- Course Content
- Training Considerations
- Related Courses
Domestic Violence/Abuse: definitions, categories and mythsLegislation and guidelines Coercive Control and Gaslighting Stalking and Harassment The Cycle of ViolenceThe Power and Control Wheel Signposting
Anyone working with people affected by Domestic Violence/Abuse.
There are no pre-training requirements for this course.
Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the course.
Working with Male perpetrators
Working with Female perpetrators
Working with Male Survivors
Working with Female Survivors