Diversity and Domestic Abuse
In a nutshell
Domestic Abuse also called "domestic violence" or "intimate partner violence", can be defined as a pattern of behaviour in any relationship that is used to gain or maintain power and control over an intimate partner.
Domestic abuse can take many forms and is a common occurrence throughout Wales. The course will give you an introduction of the different forms and support mechanisms in place.
This course is for...
...professionals in any industry who have contact with children, young adults, and/or their families.
...those looking for an introductory level course.
...workers of all levels, including part-time staff and volunteers.
The course outlines the impact that domestic violence and abuse has on victims and children, and assists learners to understand how to respond appropriately to their concerns.
- Defining what domestic abuse is
- Theories of domestic abuse
- Recognition, responses and impact of violence
There are no formal qualifications required for this course. You’ll be expected to commit to 6 hours and to fully engage in all components of the course. No formal assessment required however we expect candidates to undertake all activities with enthusiasm and display respect for others.
If you have not taken any training in child protection before, then it's recommended that you also take an 'Introduction to Safeguarding Children' course alongside this one.
Have any questions or are not sure if this is the right course for you?
Contact our Student Recruitment team
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