NOTICE – Corona Virus
ALL OUR TRAINING SESSIONS HAVE BEEN PUT ON HOLD DURING CURRENT TIMES OF DISTANCING AND ISOLATION – WE ARE CURRENTLY WRITING AND PLANNING VIDEO LINK TRAINING VIA ZOOM
Training and awareness can help workers and individuals understand more about the abuse which then helps everyone to offer better support to victims who may be your clients, patients, service users, family & friends.
We offer many different training days for agency staff, victims & survivors, students and the general community.
– covering the following subjects and topics
- Domestic Abuse Awareness
- Domestic Abuse – practitioner information & update
(For general practitioner information – please see our Agency Resources page)
- Coercive Control
- DASH, how to assess risk & safety planning
- On-line Safety
- Gender, Equality and Domestic Abuse
- Freedom for women (victims & survivors)
- Freedom for Agencies
Email email@example.com for more information
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Mailing List – If you would like to join our mailing list to receive future info re training, jobs, DA, fundraising etc; please follow the link to register;
Talks / Awareness Sessions – We can come and talk to your staff team, agency or community group about domestic abuse and tell you what is available locally. Please call Denise on 575757 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Directory of Domestic Abuse Services – available as booklet or to download
Domestic Abuse Statistics – (Source National Women’s Aid – pdf)
Agency Checklist – includes responses and considerations for workers when supporting victims of domestic violence Print or save info
Literature – Safety Planning Books, Posters, Stickers, Leaflets, etc are all available to collect – call Denise on 575757 or email email@example.com
Always be aware of what you do with the information including what is written down (files, minutes, etc.) and where it is kept; also think about where you are talking and who can overhear the conversation. Never forget the worst case scenario; in this sort of environment – a breach of confidentiality could result in physical harm or the loss of someone’s life! A victim is at more risk at the time they leave the relationship. Already anxious and worried, the person may never have talked to anyone before. Breaches in confidentiality could prevent them from trusting anyone else enough to seek help again.