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 Award-winning, innovative and accredited training

With over 20 years of delivering award-winning and innovative training to professionals nationwide, we now offer training accredited by the CPD Certification Service and the Open College Network West Midlands. Our training team comprises of experts in the field who can deliver survivor-focused training that equip you with the skills to understand and respond effectively to Domestic Abuse. We also work closely with companies and organisations to train their employees to identify signs of Domestic Abuse, develop a keen interest to raise awareness and help break the stigma, as well as support HR staff to write specific Domestic Abuse and Stalking Workplace policies.

Why choose us?

  • We offer bespoke training for businesses and organisations looking for a more specialised areas of training.
  • We can create bespoke supporting material (posters/ leaflets/ staff handbook specific to your organisation.
  • Our training effectively combines theory with practice.
  • We were awarded the Princess Royal Training Award in 2017.
  • We have an expert academic team who develop course content.
  • We have a comprehensive, continually evolving package of courses.
  • You can learn with us from anywhere as we have adapted our awareness and workplace training, and are currently delivering them remotely as webinars. 
  • Our courses are accredited by the CPD Service.

New Level 4 Qualification

We are proud to present our nationally recognised Level 4 qualification designed to help you support Domestic Abuse victims and survivors who have been assessed as being at a heightened of harm or homicide. This qualification is accredited by the Open College Network West Midlands.

The qualification is suitable for:

  • Refuge workers including Managers
  • Independent Domestic Violence Advocates (IDVAs)
  • Frontline Support Staff
  • Family Support Workers
  • Strengthening Family Workers
  • Children Workers
  • Social Workers
  • Outreach Workers

The course is particularly suitable if you have worked in the sector for some years and now wish to have your knowledge and expertise recognised by a formal qualification.

High-Risk Domestic Abuse Victims & Survivors  

Accredited

Training Courses

We offer the following CPD accredited courses:

 

Domestic Abuse: Rape & Sexual Violence

Domestic Abuse: Rape & Sexual Violence

This training is for employees and employers, small and large organisations to identify signs of domestic abuse, raising awareness and breaking the stigma.

Domestic Abuse: Workplace Champions

Domestic Abuse: Workplace Champions

This training is for employees and employers, small and large organisations to identify signs of domestic abuse, raising awareness and breaking the stigma.

Domestic Abuse: Supporting a woman with a Disability

Domestic Abuse: Supporting a woman with a Disability

This training is to gain knowledge about the realities and prevalence of domestic abuse and how the abuse suffered by a woman with a disability often goes unreported and unnoticed, leaving them hidden victims.

Domestic Abuse: Coercive Control

Domestic Abuse: Coercive Control

This training gives a practitioner’s an understanding of the dynamics of domestic abuse and coercive/ controlling behaviour.

Domestic Abuse Awareness

Domestic Abuse Awareness

This training will enable you to better understand the realities and prevalence of domestic abuse, using statistics, legislation, and the new Domestic Bill Act.

Non-Accredited

Training Courses

Domestic Abuse: Safeguarding – Adults at Risk

Domestic Abuse: Safeguarding – Adults at Risk

The training gives professionals an understanding adult safeguarding and explains your safeguarding responsibilities, how to recognise signs of abuse and neglect, and how to report your concerns.

Introducing The Purple Pledge 

Our Purple Pledge Campaign aims to:

Support every company in the West Midlands and Black Country to have a robust Domestic Abuse policy in place.

Support every company in the West Midlands and Black Country to have a minimum of one Domestic Abuse Champion (a trained individual who has the tools to support employees when they disclose).

Support employers to provide a safe, open organisation where employees can recognise, respond and refer.

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