Domestic Abuse Level 1 (13 April 2021)
Time & Location
About the Event
To raise participants’ knowledge and understanding of the nature and impact of domestic abuse.
This is a basic level awareness course therefore no prior knowledge is necessary. The course is suitable for anyone who may come into contact with victims/survivors of domestic abuse, perpetrators and/or children living in families where domestic abuse is occurring.
The aims and learning outcomes for this course are the same as the Level 1 face to face training offered prior to the Covid-19 pandemic – if you have previously attended that course, you do not need to attend this version.
These courses take the format of blended learning in three parts:
- Pre-course work (2 hours, self-guided learning using a learning pack which you will receive approximately 1 week prior to the live session)
- Live, interactive training session via Microsoft Teams (3 hours, facilitator-led)
- Post-course reflection and evaluation (1-hour self-guided reflection using a learning pack)
All three elements must be completed to ‘pass’ the training and receive an attendance certificate. The course leader will require evidence that the pre- and post-course work has been completed before issuing a certificate, although the work will not be assessed formally.